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AMRO Valencia

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Everything about Student Accommodation Valencia

Valencia is set on the southeastern coast of Spain, where the River Turia meets the majestic Mediterranean Sea. It is the 3rd largest city in Spain after Madrid and Barcelona and houses one of the oldest surviving universities in Spain, University of Valencia Due to the presence of several other acclaimed universities as well, the city attracts a large volume of international students every year, making it difficult to find quality student accommodation Valencia.

This creates a large demand for private student housing in the city which offers student hall like facilities. Students looking for a residence in the city must visit University Living and make an informed decision about the best student accommodation. These off-campus alternatives are known as purpose-built student accommodation (PBSA) and are located within walking distance of the city’s top universities. This will help students cut down on both travel time and money.

Explore Valencia

Valencia lies smack in the middle of Spain’s Mediterranean coastline with long stretches of beach right in the city. You can find many seaside restaurants and small hotels line the beachfront, and palm trees are almost everywhere in the city. It has made many big contributions to Spanish culture and is known as the city that gave us the country’s national dish, Paella. Valencia will not fail to impress you by its many stunning historical sights such as the 12th-century cathedral, the Torres de Serrano gateway, and the Llotja de la Seda.

The city is also quite famous all over the world for its festivals, with Las Fallas being the biggest. Held in the month of March each year, it celebrates St Joseph and features live music, parade in traditional dresses, and firework displays.

What makes Valencia unique?

Valencia provides a beautiful blend of beaches, city, and sun, with incredible Valencia beach villas to choose from. The city’s climate is famously mild as it enjoys a subtropical Mediterranean climate. It is a foodie’s paradise and also the birthplace of the beverage known as Orxata, popular in many parts of the world, including the United States. There are many beautiful and tranquil parks in Valencia to enjoy like the Turia Gardens which has playgrounds, picnic spots and bike paths.

Student Life in Valencia

You might be thinking that you’ll have to spend plenty of money during your year abroad in Valencia. But this is not the case, Valencia is quite an affordable city for student accommodation. There are plenty of housing options which offer different types of student room such as student studio, student apartments, en-suite and shared rooms. The city offers a vibrant nightlife and its alternative side comes out as the sun goes down in the El Carmen neighbourhood. On a weekend visit the famous and surreal Gulliver Park which has a statue of a giant sleeping Gulliver, featuring ramps and hidden stairways.

Universities in Valencia

Although Madrid and Barcelona offer more choices in terms of universities, studying in Valencia is a decision that more and more students across Spain are making every single year. There are approximately 90,000 students at all universities in the city meaning that student life is vibrant and easy to find. The University of Valencia is one of Spain’s oldest and has one of the best reputations in Spain. Students studying at this university can find private student homes located at a commutable distance. Student accommodation Valencia offers fully furnished rooms along with plenty of onsite amenities such as a lounge area, courtyard, study room, card-operated laundry, and much more.

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

A.If you have received your desired university's acceptance letter, start looking immediately! You can search, compare, and book with us at University Living- a leading global student housing provider. This way, you will know the student accommodation options in Valencia. When you have something in mind, you can inquire about it with one of our agents. It's advisable to book student housing in Valencia as soon as possible!

Q. What are the room types available in Valencia?

A.There are three types of student rooms in Valencia. They comprise student studios, suites, and en-suite rooms. Whether you take a private student room in Valencia or a shared student room, they come fully furnished and equipped with amenities. Even your utility bills are covered!

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

A.There are a few things to remember while booking student accommodation in Valencia. Consider the location, price, amenities, utility cost, security, RERA compliance, furnished, tenancy agreement, and your personal preferences.

Q. Can I get a furnished student apartment in Valencia?

A.Yes, you can get a furnished student apartment in Valencia. You can find a wide range of student apartments on University Living. The apartments for students are available in many occupancy types, ranging from private student apartments to shared student apartments. The apartments are well-furnished and have the best amenities for a safe and comfortable stay in Valencia.

Q. Is Valencia expensive for students?

A.Valencia is less expensive than the major cities of Spain. The monthly cost of living in Valencia is €600 to €1,000 /month (excluding tuition fees). This cost will include your student housing rent, food, transportation, and other expenses. Please keep in mind that monthly costs will depend on your lifestyle.

Q. Where is the best place to live in Valencia for students?

A.Some of the best neighbourhoods for students are Benimaclet, Algirós, L’eixample, El Carmen, Ciutat Vella, Poblats Marítims, Cabanyal, and Malvarrosa.

Q. Does Valencia have any good universities?

A.The Universitat Politècnica de València and Universitat de Valencia are listed in the QS World University Rankings 2024.

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

A.Valencia has a subtropical Mediterranean climate with long, hot summers and mild winters.

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

A.Yes, you can share a room with your friend. You can find a wide range of rooms on University Living. Filter out your search as per your preferences and make a comparison between them. If you need more information on the shared student room in Valencia, we are here to assist you in finding and booking. We are only a chat and call away, available 24/7.

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

A.Once you complete your studies in Spain, you can obtain a work permit to stay in the country. If you have lived in Spain for five years, you can quickly get a PR in Spain.

Q. Will my rent include any expenses?

A.Your student housing rent in Valencia will be furnished with a bed, wardrobe, study desk & chair, kitchen, etc; it is also equipped with a Study Room, Balcony, Private Bathroom, Communal Area Cleaning, Smart TV, Laundry, and many others. Your gas, water, electricity, and wifi are included in the rent.

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

A.You can pay via debit/credit or bank transfer. A booking fee of 350€ is required to be paid at the time of booking. But you do not need to pay a security deposit.

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

A.It's easy, and simple and we make it a hassle-free booking process. As a leading global student housing provider, we've provided students with the best and most secure student accommodation worldwide. We have over 1.75 million beds in 300+ student-popular cities across the UK, Ireland, Australia, Europe, the USA, and Canada.

Q. Can I pay my rent in installments?

A.You can pay your rent on a monthly basis.

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

A.You can request a new one if you want to change your student accommodation. We have a room replacement service where you can request a new room. We will help you with the replacement process. The policy of room replacement is within 60 days. Get in touch with us if you need a replacement!

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

A.Valencia has three modes of public transportation: the Train, Bus, and Rapid Transport. There's also the taxi option, but using them will cost you hefty money compared to public transport.

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

A.Yes, your parents can stay with you in your accommodation. But remember that the properties have their policy. Some allow a day, while others are more than a day or two. To get detailed information on the guest policy of your accommodation, our accommodation experts will guide and help you understand the guest policy.

Q. What are the best things to do in Valencia?

A.You can visit Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias, L'Oceanogràfic, La Lonja de la Seda de Valencia, Mercado Central de Valencia, Bioparc Valencia, Valencia Cathedral, El Micalet, etc.

Q. How is the nightlife in Valencia?

A.The nightlife in Valencia is fun, entertaining, and crazy, with party scenes all over different towns. One of Valencia's party hubs is El Carmen. There are other areas to party in Valencia, like Ruzafa, Marina de Valencia, Benimaclet, Plaza Xúquer, Honduras, El Cedro, etc.

Q. What are the local food options in Valencia?

A.If you are considering what to eat in Valencia, try Paella and tapas. All i pebre, Suquet de peix, Pickles Tuna, Roe, and a lot of other fish dishes!

Q. How can I find cheap apartments and flatshare?

A. You can find cheap apartments and flatshares in Valencia on University Living. If you want a cheap student room in Valencia or a flatshare apartment, you will find a list of properties on our website. You can search and compare your desired location, price, and preferences. If you need any help, we are here to assist you all through the way!