Being abroad is a wholesome experience, you get to see new cultures, meet new people and make connections that last for your lifetime. We understand that it is difficult to take a step after the pandemic struck, with the constant need to be in a safe place, a place to call "home".
Here is everything you need to know for your smooth transition from home to your "new home".
Accommodation options for students in the United States:
On-Campus options that are close to the cafeterias. U.S. colleges and universities with their different individual policies offer very flexible meal-plan programs, where you can choose to pay in advance for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, weekly as well as monthly.
Off-campus options as various U.S. colleges do not offer on-campus accommodations for students that are studying abroad. However, off-campus housing is easy to find. There are various offices you can get in touch with to find a compatible roommate to share expenses.
Homestays to understand the city well by staying in an American family near the university
Accommodation options for students in the UK:
Halls of residence which are owned, managed and maintained by universities usually guaranteed for first-year students.
Private Dorms or Halls of residence with more modern facilities.
Sharing apartments or Rooms in private houses near your university.
Accommodation options for students in Canada:
On-campus accommodation by universities which are generally furnished, cheaper, and closer and offer an overview of their spaces through photos, virtual tours, and testimonials on their website.
Off-Campus accommodation availability and cost of which will vary depending on their locations.
Subletting or Homestays.
Choose wisely as it not just accommodation but also your new home!