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El Porvenir

0.94 miles
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Seville
€695/month

Xior Sevilla

1.64 miles
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Seville
€630/month

LIV Seville

0.67 miles
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Seville
€708/month
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Seville
€723/month

Amro Seville

2.65 miles
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Seville
€560/month
Bermejales Seville
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Bermejales

2.71 miles
Ensuite  · Studio   
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Seville
€619.68/month
Calle Mariano Benlliure Seville
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€600/month
Cartuja Seville
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Cartuja

1.76 miles
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Seville
€554.75/month
Palm studios Seville
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Palm studios

1.88 miles
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Seville
€660/month
Micampus Armendáriz Seville
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€735/month
Micampus Rector Estanislao del Campo Seville
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€624.15/month

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Everything about Student Accommodation Seville

All about Student Accommodation Seville

Seville is an affordable city in Spain, welcoming so many international students. If you are planning to come and study here and looking for a place to stay, we are here to help you. University Living is a global student housing platform that lists many student accommodation Seville options. We listed the best and most secure places to find your new student home in Seville. Check out our website and find accommodation close to your university. We have many types of student accommodation that you can search, compare, and book as per your needs. You can filter your search based on location, price, amenities, and other preferences.

There is a high demand for private student housing. The city's main colleges are accessible by foot from these alternate lodging options, saving locals time and money on their daily trips. All of these homes come fully furnished and with contemporary amenities, including an on-site gym, gaming room, study area, laundry that is run by a card system, a fully functional kitchen, a swimming pool, and more.

There are many things to consider before booking student accommodation in Seville. It would help if you kept in mind the location (safe and close proximity to the university campus), price that meets your budget, and amenities for comfortable living. And, last but not the least, your personal preferences.

Top Demanded Student Accommodation in Seville

There are three types of student accommodation available in Seville. They are listed below; we have given a brief description of each of the accommodations.

Student Housing: This is called purpose-built student housing. It comprises a studio, suites, and en-suite student rooms. It is fully furnished with a bed, kitchen, study desk, wardrobe, etc. The rooms are well-equipped with modern amenities and inclusive of utility bills.

Private apartments: These are student apartments that come in various occupancies. You can rent a private student apartment in Seville or a shared student apartment in Seville. They come furnished, equipped with amenities and inclusive of utility bills such as water, electricity, gas, etc.

University Halls: These are student dorms in Seville, which are on-campus accommodations.

About Seville

Seville is the capital of the autonomous region of Andalusia. It is situated southwest of the Iberian Peninsula on the lower sections of the Guadalquivir River. The city was established as the Roman city of Hispalis and is now about 2,200 years old. The University of Seville, Pablo de Olavide University, and the International University of Andalusia are three of its public universities.

Seville is a lovely city with a fascinating past, great architecture, and genuine culture. It has a Mediterranean climate. Seville is well known for its thriving nightlife with chic, modern bars and energetic cafes. The city has something to offer everyone, no matter where you stay, in this amazing location.

Student areas to live in Seville

El Arenal, Seville

It is a historic town that's populated with a large multiracial community. The majority of the population in this area are young and working professionals. It's quite an expensive area in terms of student accommodation. The city is well connected as it has many transportation options. When it comes to fun and entertainment, the city offers a thriving nightlife and entertainment scene.

Santa Cruz, Seville

Santa Cruz is a charming town next to El Arenal district with narrow streets lined with shops and bars. Living in this area, it feels like there's always a street festival going on because of its colourful and lively streets. The area is located in the centre of the city and is expensive in terms of rent. There are many student flats in Seville in this area because of the University of Seville.

Triana, Seville

Triana is known for its small streets and beautiful architecture. It is on the side of the river Guadalquivir and is connected to the rest of Seville by a bridge. It has a great working population and quite a less-known neighborhood. It is famous for events taking place here. The cost of student rent is affordable in Triana.

Ideal cost of living in Seville

Seville is an affordable city compared to many other cities in Spain. On average, the cost of living in Seville is €1,317 per month without rent. This will exclude your tuition fees in Seville. The monthly expenses in Seville will include, food, travel, and other expenses.

The cost of rent in Seville will be around €500 to €600 per month.

The cost of groceries will cost €155 per month while eating out will be more expensive than cooking meals at home.

Best travel transportation services in Seville

The city has a great public transportation system that includes buses, trains, the metro, and trams.

TUSSAM's buses: The simplest and most affordable way to move around Seville is by taking one of the buses.

Metro: Seville has one metro line to take you around the city. It is split into three lines, and the fares will depend on the lines you cross on your travels.

Trams: It is known as the MetroCentro and runs from Plaza Nueva-Casco and the neighborhoods of San Bernardo.

Top Attractions in Seville

Plaza de España, Seville

It is a plaza framed in Maria Luisa Park, Seville. The plaza is known to be the most spectacular monument in Europe. If you are a history buff and love architecture, this place is a tribute from Spain to America.

Palace of the Countess of Lebrija

If you love heritage and history, this is a place to visit in Seville. The 17th C palace is an authentic museum showcasing the art collection of the Countess of Lebrija. It is known to have the largest Roman Mosaic collections in Spain.

Jardines de los Reales Alcázares

It is one of the largest medieval gardens in Europe. The garden still holds a touch of Renaissance style. It offers some great lush views with old spaces around the palaces. You will find fruit trees, glittering pools, fountains, etc.

Top 3 Universities in Seville

Universidad de Sevilla

It is a public university ranking #=494 in QS World University Rankings. It is located in Seville, Andalusia, Spain. The history of the university dates back to the 15th century. The university offers UG and PG programs with an attendance of 5,637 international students.

Universidad Pablo de Olavide

It is a public university founded in 1997 and known to be a young university in Spain. The university is growing, with an enrollment of 600 international students studying various programs. The university offers UG and PG programs.

International University of Andalusia

It is a public university founded in 1994 with campuses in Baeza, La Rábida, Málaga, and Sevilla. The university offers UG, PG Ph.D., and special vocational training.

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Q. When should I begin looking for student accommodation in Seville?

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If you received your offer letter from your desired university, start the process. Start searching for student accommodation in Seville right away. You can easily search, compare, and book student housing in Seville with University Living. Once you have an idea of the accommodation available in Seville, it's advisable to book your student home 1-2 months before your travels.

Q. How can I rent my student accommodation in Seville?

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If you've found the accommodation you like from our list of properties, you can rent it from us at University Living. We are available round the clock to help you! Our team of experts will guide and assist you in booking your student accommodation in Seville.

Q. What are the room types available in Seville for students?

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There are three types of student rooms available in Seville. They comprise a student studio room, a suite student room, and an en suite studio room. Whether you pick to stay in a private or shared room, you get them well-furnished with amenities.

Q. What should I consider while making a booking for student accommodation in Seville?

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Before booking student accommodation in Seville, the things to consider are location, budget/affordability, amenities, security deposit, safety, roommates, approachability, and accessibility.

Q. Can I get to see my room before booking it?

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Yes, you get to see your room before booking it. It's always a good idea to know about the accommodation before you pay for it. To do this, you can request one of our agents at University Living. We will arrange for a date and time at your convenience. You can opt for a virtual or property visit.

Q. What is the average cost of living for a student in Seville?

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Seville is less expensive than most cities in Spain. The average cost of living in Seville is €800-€1,000 per month (excluding tuition fees). The monthly cost in Seville will include your rent, food, travel, and other expenses. Please bear in mind that the cost of living will depend on your lifestyle.

Q. Will my student accommodation in Seville be safe?

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The student housing in Seville listed on our website are all verified properties. This ensures that the student housing apartments we provide are safe and secure. We keep your safety as our top priority. Thus, they have security equipment like CCTV, secure-door entry, on-site safety, etc.

Q. What are the best places in Seville to visit?

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The Catedral de Sevilla, Barrio Santa Cruz, Real Alcázar, Museum of Flamenco Dance, Real Maestranza Bullring and Bullfighting, Museum Museum of Fine Arts, Ayuntamiento, Biblioteca Colombina Palacio de la Condesa de Lebrija, Parque de María Luisa and Plaza de España

Q. Can I get a discount on my student accommodation in Seville?

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Yes, you can get a student discount on your student accommodation in Seville. We give many offers and discounts based on season, festival, promotions, etc.,. You can claim the early bird discount if you book early! Here at University Living, we provide other offers, too, since we are associated with many brands.

Q. What are the best universities in Seville?

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The best universities in Seville are the University of Seville (Universidad de Sevilla), Pablo de Olavide University (Universidad Pablo de Olavide) and International University of Andalusia (Universidad Internacional de Andalucía - UNIA).

Q. What is the weather like in Seville throughout the year?

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Seville has a Mediterranean climate with hot summers and mild winters. Summer starts from June to September, autumn is between October and November, and winter is between December and January.

Q. Can I share a room with my friends in Seville?

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Yes, you can share a room with your friends in Seville. You can find many shared rooms and apartments on University Living. They come in fully furnished, equipped with amenities, and cover your utility bills.

Q. What are the PR options in Spain once I complete my course?

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You can obtain a permanent visa only after completing five years of stay in the country. As a student, you can apply for a post-work permit to work after your studies in Seville.

Q. Will my rent include any expenses?

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Yes, it comes fully furnished with a bed, wardrobe, study desk table, kitchen, etc. It is also fully equipped with amenities such as a Gym, Games Room, Microwave, Cinema, Swimming Pool, Study Room, Housekeeping, etc; your utility bills such as water, electricity, wifi, gas, and many others are covered in the rent.

Q. What payment options are available to book my student accommodation?

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The student rent in Seville can be paid through debit/credit card and bank transfer. You will need to pay a €150 non-refundable registration fee for confirmation. There's also a €300 deposit and the first month's rent.

Q. Why should I book student accommodation with University Living?

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We are the leading global student housing provider with over 1.75 million beds in 300+ student-popular cities across the UK, Ireland, Australia, Europe, USA, and Canada. All of the properties listed on our website are verified to ensure a safe and secure environment.

Q. Can I pay my rent in installments?

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Yes, you can pay in 4 installments or full amount. You will require an international guarantor to pay in installments or be 16 years old.

Q. What happens if I don't like my accommodation?

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If you would like to change your student accommodation in Seville, you can always get it changed. We have a room replacement service where you can request a new one. Contact us at University Living, and one of our agents will guide you. Please note that your room will be replaced within 60 days.

Q. What are the transportation options in Seville for students?

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Some of the best public transportation are the metro, trams, city buses, bike rentals, and public bicycle lanes. There are also taxi services if you want private transportation.

Q. Can my parents stay with me in my accommodation?

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When it comes to guest policy, the rules differ in every property. Some properties allow a day, while others allow more than a day or two. For detailed information on the guest policy of your accommodation, it's best to talk to our accommodation experts at University Living.