Student accommodation in Melbourne
We can help you arrange safe and welcoming student accommodation - your home-from-home in Melbourne.
Melbourne offers a wide range of safe and central accommodation - an ideal environment for international students to meet and make friends.
We have listed out a few recommendations for purpose built student accommodation below, as well as some useful tools & guides for renting in Melbourne.
Purpose built student accommodation
Located just 10 minutes’ walk from the CSU Study Centre, UniLodge on A'Beckett Street offers fully-furnished, heated hostel rooms in the heart of Melbourne. The purpose-built student accommodation features single, twin-share and superior rooms for over 100 students. Monitored access and 24-hour security make this a safe and secure place for students to live.
Find out more about the apartments available at A’Beckett Street UniLodge.
UrbanNest student accommodation property has a community feel where students can enjoy a superb lifestyle with the best rooms, study area and social spaces as
well as a great support network which encourages them to meet people. UrbanNest specialises in hassle free and secure living. Short term bookings (min 4 weeks) available from $60/night, fees include all utilities & internet allowance.
Purpose built for students, Iglu offers the supportive benefits of student accommodation along with the flexibility of an off-campus life style. Iglu offers fresh,
furnished living spaces, fabulous communal area, a safe and secure environment and a jam-packed events program. Share apartments start from $385 per
week and studio apartments start from $350 per week.
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Useful tools and guides
Homestay and private accommodation
Find out more information about finding a Private accommodation or Homestay in Australia.
Rental Map Price
See the Melbourne rental price map of locations near train station, this may assist you on deciding where to look for accommodation.
Cost of Living Calculator
You can use the cost of living calculator to find out what your cost will be studying and living in Melbourne.
International Student Guides
We highly recommend downloading the international student guide which is city specific to you. This guide contains useful information about accommodation, transport, casual employment, Australian culture, beach safety, and much much more.
Know your rights:
Know your rights as a tenant living in Victoria, the Tenants Union of Victoria site provides useful advice.
Need more help?
This organisation can help with lease and housing/renting information:
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