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    Everything about Student Accommodation Milan

    About Milan

    It is situated in the heart of Northern Italy which is the capital of Lombardy and is the second-most populous city proper in Italy after Rome. Milan is a leading alpha global city, with strengths in the fields of art, chemicals, commerce, design, education, entertainment, fashion, finance, healthcare, media, services, research and tourism. The city’s business district hosts Italy's stock exchange and the headquarters of national and international banks and companies. According to the GDP, Milan is the wealthiest city in Italy, has the third-largest economy among EU cities after Paris and Madrid, and is the wealthiest among EU non-capital cities.

    About accommodation in Milan

    Planning to settle and make your career in Italy’s phenomenal city of Milan and want to know about student accommodation? Then don't panic the city is known for having various amazing neighbourhoods which are safe for students. Brera is known for its artistic vibe, charming streets, and cultural attractions. It's close to the city centre and has a range of art galleries, boutiques, and cafes. Another well-known and trendy neighbourhood among students is Isola. This neighbourhood is known for its modern and historic elements which are well-connected by public transportation and has a diverse range of shops, restaurants, and cafes. Città Studi is a well-known neighbourhood and is known for its universities, including the Politecnico di Milano and the University of Milan. It has a student-friendly atmosphere with affordable housing options and a variety of amenities.

    Different Student Accommodations in Milan

    Looking for luxurious and affordable Student Accommodation in the beautiful city of Milan? The city offers a wide variety of student accommodations for which you don’t need to be worried as you are in the right place. The city is known for offering a wide range of student accommodations near the university according to their choice and budget. There is the facility of On-Campus student accommodation which is offered by various universities which has various dorms. Looking for some privacy and want to stay alone? The city offers the facility of Off-Campus student accommodation as well which offers various amazing apartments. These accommodations provide various amenities and are fully furnished for the students who are living in these accommodations.

    Explore Milan

    Getting bored during your free time and planning to explore the city during your free time. If you are willing to explore the park then you must definitely go for Parco Sempione which is a large city park in the historic centre of Milan, region of Lombardy which was established in 1888. Interested in the field of Science and Technology? Then you must definitely visit the Leonardo da Vinci Museum of Science and Technology. This museum is dedicated to painter and scientist Leonardo da Vinci and is the largest science and technology museum in Italy. This museum was on 5 February 1953. The city is also known for its amazing stadium as well. The Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, commonly known as San Siro, is a football stadium in the San Siro district of Milan which is the home of A.C. Milan and Inter Milan. It has a seating capacity of more than 80,000 making it one of the largest stadiums in Europe, and the largest in Italy.

    Famous Universities in Milan

    The city has attracted a lot of attention from international students from all over the globe because of its amazing universities. There are various universities providing great academic opportunities to the students. The University of Milan which is also known as UniMi is a public research university in Milan which is one of the largest universities in Europe. This university has ten schools and offers undergraduate and graduate degree programmes, Doctoral Schools and Specialization Schools. Another well-known university in Milan is The Polytechnic University of Milan is the largest technical university in Italy, with about 42,000 students. The university offers undergraduate, graduate and higher education courses in engineering, architecture and design. The university was founded in 1863 and is the oldest university in Milan. The Polytechnic University of Milan has two main campuses in the city of Milan. Want to make your career in the fashion industry? The city has The Istituto Marangoni. It is a private Italian school of fashion and design which was founded in 1935.

    Student Life in Milan

    Are you excited to know how student life in Italy’s amazing city Milan is? Milan is a great student city as it is known for its top universities, exciting nightlife, many lovely parks and leisure activities. If you are interested in cultural activities, then Milan might be your perfect study destination.

    Cost of Living in Milan

    Want to know what will be the cost of living in Italy’s amazing city of Milan? One can expect monthly expenses between €1,300 to €2000, encompassing various aspects such as city rent, food, transportation, medical costs, and other miscellaneous expenditures in Milan.

    What makes Milan unique?

    Thinking about what makes Milan unique and special? The city is known as a global centre of tourism, receiving millions of visitors every year, and a major cultural centre, with museums and art galleries that include some of the most important collections in the world, such as major works done by Leonardo da Vinci.

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    Q. How can I book student accommodation in Milan?

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    You can book student accommodation in Milan with University Living - a student housing booking platform. We have a list of verified properties that offer safe and secure student homes in Milan. You can search, compare, and book student rooms or student apartments in Milan as per your choice. It's an easy process; filter your search as per your desired location, price, amenities, and other preferences.

    Q. What is the right time to book my accommodation in Milan?

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    The best time to start searching for student accommodation in Milan is once you have the offer letter. This way, you will have an idea of the student accommodation options. It's advisable to start booking your student home in Milan one to two months before you start your journey.

    Q. Is Milan expensive for Indian students?

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    Milan is an expensive city for Indian students. Milan is expensive for studying and living. On average, the cost of living in Milan is 275€ per month, excluding tuition fees. The monthly cost in Milan will include the cost of rent, food, travel, and other expenses. Please keep in mind that the cost of living in Milan will depend on your lifestyle.

    Q. Where do students stay in Milan?

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    The best student areas in Milan are Island, Naigli, Genoa door, the maggiolina, brera, goldenn quadrilatere, etc. Some of the best places to stay in Milan are Via Vettabbia - 994435, Via Bianca di Savoia - 1409508, Corso di Porta Nuova - 1049196, Via Perugino - 51416, etc.

    Q. Can I get a furnished room in my accommodation?

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    Yes, you can get furnished student accommodation in Milan. You can find a wide range of student rooms in Milan, ranging from studios and suites to en-suite student rooms. They are well furnished with a bed, wardrobe, study desk & chair, kitchen, bathroom, living area, etc.

    Q. Is anything included in my rent for student accommodation Milan?

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    Yes, your student accommodation comes fully furnished with included utility bills like electricity, gas, internet, water, etc. It also has an added feature of secure door entry.

    Q. Can I take a look at my room before booking?

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    Yes, you can have a look at your room before making a booking. All you have to do is request with one of the customer service agents, and they will schedule a date and time accordingly. You can make a virtual or physical tour of the student's home.

    Q. Are there any fees that need to be paid to confirm my booking?

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    Yes, booking can be done securely after having paid a certain amount as a security deposit. This varies from one property to another.

    Q. What are the options available for my accommodation in Milan?

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    There are three types of student accommodation in Milan. The first is student housing, which is off-campus housing in Milan comprising studios, suites, and en suite rooms. The private apartment is also off-campus accommodation, offering a wide range of occupancy. The third is on-campus accommodation, which universities offer.

    Q. How do students commute in Milan?

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    The best and cheapest way to get around Milan is the bus, subway, and tram transportation system.

    Q. Does Milan have any famous universities?

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    According to QS World University Rankings, the famous universities in Milan are Politecnico di Milano (139th); University of Milan (324th); Università Vita-Salute San Raffaele (436th); Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore (511-520); University of Milano-Bicocca (601-650).

    Q. Is it possible to pay my rent in installments?

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    Yes, it is possible to pay rent in installments in Milan. For payment in installments, you need to have a guarantor.

    Q. What payment methods are available to secure my accommodation?

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    The payment for student rent in Milan can be made through a debit/credit card or a bank transfer. There will be a charge of application fee at the time of booking an accommodation.

    Q. Can my friends and I stay together in Milan?

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    Yes, you can opt for shared student accommodation in Milan. We have a list of shared student accommodation on University Living. You can choose a student room in Milan or a shared student apartment (based on occupancy type). Our accommodation experts are here to guide and assist you! We are available 24/7 to help you find that dream home!

    Q. How far is my accommodation from my university?

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    It depends on the university you study in Milan. For instance, if you are studying at The University of Milan, there is student accommodation near the university. The Via Pantano - 1113477 Milan is 3 minutes walk away from the university. , If you are studying at Universita Cattolica, the Piazzale Luigi Cadorna - 778927 Milan is a 9-minute walk away. You can check out our website, University Living, and pick a student home close to your university.

    Q. What are some of the things to do in Milan?

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    Visit the Nvigil district, Santa Maria delle Grazie, Teatro alla Scala, Sforzesco Castle, Ambrosian Library, Duomo, etc.

    Q. What are the post-study working rules in Italy?

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    If you have completed a master's degree or PhD, you are allowed to stay back in Italy for 12 months. You can apply for employment and attain a work visa to stay in the county post-graduate.