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Hoem on Jarvis

0.48 miles
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CA$390/week

Dream House

3.02 miles
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CA$425/week
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CA$325/week

The King Street

2.15 miles
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CA$300/week

The Wellesley

0.92 miles
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CA$300/week
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CA$885/month
Edward Street Toronto

Edward Street

0.27 miles
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CA$375/week
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CA$1,580/month

200 Elm St

0.57 miles
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CA$359/week
Peter Street Toronto

Peter Street

0.64 miles
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CA$275/week
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CA$1,600/month

85 Wood Street

0.66 miles
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CA$420/week

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Everything about Student Accommodation Toronto

Toronto is the provincial capital of Ontario and is the most populous city in Canada. It is a multicultural city and the country’s financial and commercial centre. The city has over 1,600 named parks, as well as over 200 kilometres of trails, many of which are suitable for both hiking and biking. It is also home to four public universities located in downtown Toronto, OCAD University, Ryerson University, York University, and the University of Toronto. These four universities are a hot favourite with international students from all walks of life. They flock to the city in a large number every year, making it challenging to secure quality student accommodation Toronto.

The growing number of students in these universities makes it difficult to accommodate them all in the student hall, thereby creating a large demand for private student housing Toronto. These off-campus student homes are located in student-friendly areas and at walking distance from the city’s top universities.

Student rooms in Toronto

Those looking for student rooms Toronto should visit student accommodation websites to make an informed decision about the best student housing. All these private accommodations offer a wide variety of room types based on your budget and other preferences – student apartments, student flat, shared and en-suite room, as well as a student studio. Take your pick from safe, secure, and fully-furnished residences offering modern amenities like a common lounge area, games zone, study room, card-operated laundry, fully-equipped gym, barbecue area, and more.

Why is Toronto unique?

Toronto is renowned for its flourishing art scene, thriving nightlife, diverse sporting events, and restaurants, bistros and eateries featuring cuisine from just about any nationality one could think of. The city experiences a continental climate that is modified considerably by the proximity of the Great Lakes. People can choose not to own a car without suffering any inconveniences due to the well-connected public transport system. You can choose from a variety of transportation methods leading to and from downtown Toronto – road, bike path, railway, and the Don River. The city has a thriving culinary scene and whether you’re into high-end dining or hole-in-the-wall dive bars with a great late-night menu, a meal that pushes the envelope creatively, or food trucks – you will find everything here. Toronto is a great fit if you love the big city feel of places like New York and Los Angeles – but with less crime.

Student life in Toronto

The student life in Toronto is quite vibrant although its long winters and abundant snowfall may take some getting used to. Apart from this, the city also offers numerous cultural, sports and nightlife activities. The students studying at various universities in Toronto have a vast number of opportunities to find their passion. There are hundreds of clubs, sports teams and societies you can join and meet like-minded people. Whether you’re living on-campus or off-campus in student apartments Toronto, you’ll always be able to enjoy everything this city has to offer. As an international student in Canada, you are allowed by the government to find part-time work to support your studies. All you need is a Social Insurance Number (SIN) which you can apply for through Service Canada after which you can work up to 20 hours/week either within the campus or outside. This will help you earn some money through which you can pay your rent and even have some fun. The city has diverse neighbourhoods with relatively easy-going and non-judgmental people.

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Q. What kinds of student housing are offered in Toronto?

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The provision of purpose-built student housing is our main objective. Since every property is close to the university, there are more alternatives and fewer limitations. Students can choose between private rooms, studios, and apartments, depending on their preferences. We also provide short-term housing for students visiting for exchange or summer school programs.

Q. What necessities are covered by the rent we pay for student accommodation reserved through University Living?

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The price of University Living-reserved student accommodation includes all utilities, including gas, electricity, and water. Some locations also have parking options.

Q. Do I have to make separate payments for the other bills?

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The bill varies; however, it is integrated into most of our properties. Wi-Fi, water, gas, electricity, and other amenities like a gym, game room, outdoor courtyard, laundry room, Etc. are included with the accounts.

Q. What exactly is in the essential kit for the room?

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Getting a basic package from University Living might save much room in your luggage. Most of our packages contain towel sets, knife and board sets, bed linens, dining linens, kitchen linens, and bed linens. There are a variety of kit choices available for you to choose from. Customization is an added benefit when ordering room supply packages from University Living.

Q. Are there any safety precautions in my student housing in Toronto?

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Our experts inspect the security measures at each location to guarantee student safety. Each dwelling option has a limited area, protected access points, and CCTV coverage.

Q. Are pets allowed in student housing in Toronto?

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Unfortunately, our accommodation provider's policies prohibit pets.

Q. What expenses are covered by the rent?

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The list includes all significant charges for power, water, heating, and Wi-Fi in student housing. Additionally, your reserved accommodation allows you access on-site amenities, including a gym, an outdoor courtyard, and other community areas. But it's always a good idea to confirm it before making a reservation.

Q. Can I check to see my Toronto student apartment before reserving it?

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Yes. If you wish to visit your accommodation before making a reservation, contact our housing specialists, and we'll arrange an online tour.