Living in halls

Where you live is an important consideration when studying abroad. Halls can be a place to live, study, meet friends and socialise - a home away from home where you will be part of a supportive and vibrant student community.

Campus halls of residenceThere is a wide range of accommodation options on or around our main campus to select from in order to help you to feel at home during your studies. Please see our Study Abroad Programme Halls brochure for more details.

Contract lengths can be adapted to your period of study with contracts available for full year and shorter periods of study, There are entry points in September 2016 and January 2017

You can apply for halls after you have been offered and accepted your place on the Study Abroad Programme.  A dedicated and experienced Accommodation Team will be able to assist you thereafter.

Private accommodation

For students who do not want to live in a hall there are options available in or around campus. See Private accommodation page.



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Room 203,HumSS building (opposite ISLI main reception)

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What students say

"... Your flatmates really do become your family, which made living

out of home for the first time a lot easier

and much more fun..."

Ashley Butler, La Trobe University


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