Accommodation Options for Study Abroad

An essential part of your decision to travel to study abroad is to find the right place to live.

We focus on helping students find the best option in each case.

The following are some of the options we offer in each destination where we represent schools:

Home stay (staying with a local family, which usually includes food and use of the laundry room, as well as a fully furnished shared or single room with private or shared bathroom - this option is suitable for young students as well as adults who want to practice the language or want to learn about the way of life in that country)

Residence (staying in the residence of the school or other residences for the general public, which normally will not include food or the cost of laundry, but there students will have to pay their own food and the use of washer and dryer, inside or outside of it - this option is suitable for students of 18 or + who are looking for a type of stay with greater independence, where they will meet people of all ages and cultures; these are usually located near schools)

Apartments / Flats (rent an apartment / flat, which could be for a whole family traveling together, or for a single student; they can be small studios up to apartments / flats of up to 2 or 3 rooms with the facilities of a common and current building: sleeping area / rooms, kitchen, full bathroom, common areas Food is not included nor cleaning services are located near or far from schools - this option is suitable for students over 18 years of age or full families .)

Hostels (the most economical option for students in search of a totally international and independent experience. Hostels vary in type, services and rates, as well as in types of rooms: shared, individual, with or without individual bathroom, with or without kitchen in each floor - this option is suitable for students over 18 years of age and is better if they have their international hostelling international discount card * - food is not included or laundry is included)
Hotels (there are hotels from 2 to 5 stars, depending on the needs and possibilities of each student. Services vary from hotel to hotel and availability is subject to change according to the season in which it is booked - this option is suitable for adults who want a stay in a comfortable place with the appropriate services for this type of stay. Food is not normally included, but will depend on the package offered by each Hotel)
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