Are you planning to move house? Sometimes this can be an overwhelming experience, particularly if you are not sure if you would rather like a flatshare or to relax in a complete apartment for yourself. Although both options have plenty of advantages, in this post we would like to put forward 4 key reasons to have
In this “Best neighbourhoods for students guide” you will find which is the area that suits you best! Are you wondering where to live during your studies or new job? Whether you are looking for your apartment or room for rent, just keep reading to find out which neighbourhood in Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia, London and Boston would suit you
Although Harvard offers accommodation on campus, many students choose to live off campus for several reasons such as having more freedom or being able to live with their friends or partners. However, Boston is such an expensive city that finding accommodation can become quite challenging, but don’t worry… We have written the definitive housing guide
This is not another boring “most known neighbourhoods” post. I wrote the post I wish I found before I moved to London as a student. What I wanted to share with you is some real insights about neighbourhoods I discovered while I was living in London. What I found out is that among the “famous
Students (Madrid Neighbourhoods) Guide: Do you know where to live once you move abroad? It is pretty easy to feel a little bit lost about where to live when you do not know the city enough yet. Madrid is made up of over 128 different neighbourhoods and although is a very well connected city I
Valencia has a large international student community. Therefore there are many initiatives that aim to bring closer foreign students with local students. Read this post to join Valencia’s international community of students. Make new friends, share experience and culture while improving your language skills! First of all, ‘Valencia language exchange’ is an organization run by volunteers
As Victor Hugo said “To study in Paris is to be born in Paris!”, so if you are lucky enough to spend one year of your life in this amazing city, follow our advice to make the most out of your time!
1) Know the city and stand out from the crowds of tourist!
Paris is full of interesting and historic neighborhoods and monuments such as Champs Elysees, the Eiffel Tower etc. but once you have visited them … Avoid them! Don’t get me wrong, these places are amazingly beautiful and you MUST visit them, but when you are living in Paris you should discover places where Parisians go.
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Renting a room is one of the toughest and most important things every exchange student faces. Finding a room I like, within the budget I have and sharing the flat with students who I’m comfortable living with is a real challenge itself. Imagine doing that in a city I’ve never been to, with barely any