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Choosing Accommodation Abroad

Choosing Accommodation Abroad
Choosing Accommodation Abroad

Choosing Accommodation Abroad

Where you live while you study abroad is very important because it can affect the extent to which you can enjoy your study experience in another country with accommodation. If you live in a place you don’t like or feel unsafe. It can make you feel negative about your overall experience. However, if you live with people you get along well with and feel comfortable with, you can focus on your studies and make lifelong friendships in the process.

Here are a few key points to keep in mind when choosing your accommodation:

1. How important is accommodation?

While it is not one of the most important issues to deal with when deciding where to study abroad, accommodation is an important one. In all universities, there are many accommodation options that the student can choose depending on their preference and budget. Accommodation may even affect which university you choose when deciding between two or more universities. But it should not be the most decisive factor in your mind. Accommodation can be a concern for your parents and family for your safety and comfort.

But the biggest decisions you’ll make should always come first: a) what field to study b) where to study – remember these. Even getting the right visa and paperwork before you go is more important than accommodation. In the process of deciding where to study, do not hesitate to ask questions about accommodation options. But do not forget to pay more attention to the study program and university you will enroll in.

2. What are my options?

It’s simple, you can stay on campus or off campus. Accommodation facilities on campus are usually made up of various buildings that resemble an apartment building, consisting of single rooms or rooms that you will share with other students. Shared rooms (aka “dorms”) are more common in America. These rooms usually have a bed, a desk and storage/closet (sometimes with a small sink). Usually each floor has a kitchen, bathroom and communal areas but this varies depending on the layout of the accommodation. An average of 4 to 12 students share these common spaces in an apartment or flat-like building. Sometimes takes the form of a house of similar nature.

In addition, there are various accommodation opportunities outside the campus. It can be student dormitories run by this university, consisting of similar apartments with common areas, or a third-party accommodation facility specifically for international students. International students can also rent a house or flat from a third party or landlord, and other max. It can share a house with 6 people. Your university can recommend reliable owners of the houses where its students have stayed before, and even a temporary accommodations fair can be held on campus during the year. If international students prefer a slightly different experience in a different country, they can also choose from homestays and pay for the room they stay in; this can be a great option if you want to improve your language skills and see what family life is like in that country.

3. How will I benefit from on-campus?

 Universities in many cases allocate sufficient places for on-campus accommodation to first-year international students. This is to streamline their accommodation process and not to hassle them with finding a reliable third party – landlord or real estate agent. In addition, international students may not be able to come to that country before the start of the academic year to see their accommodation. This means that international students will feel comfortable on campus, close to campus staff and other students, rather than in a new and different city.

However, culture in Australia is less campus-limited than in the UK and USA, so first-year students often live off-campus. Therefore, there may be cases where there are no on-campus accommodation facilities for international students. Don’t worry if this is the case, your university’s international office and accommodation will assist you.

4. How can I arrange accommodation in my home country?

Don’t worry too much about resolving accommodation from a different country first. It may seem difficult, but every international student before you has done it and your university experiences it every year. Thanks to the internet and social media, you can review all available options (including photos and visual tours). If you have any questions, you can share them in the social media groups managed by your university; both students and university.

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