See the website https://www.ugent.be/en/facilities for more details on the living costs.
Students coming to study in the IMBRSea at UPMC are proposed to be hosted in the hosting facilities of the three marine stations and on the IRD center located in Bondy for courses proposed in the main campus of Paris. Prices for rooms and meals are regularly updated and available on line:
Registration at UPMC automatically triggers registration in hosting facilities, as soon as students have chosen the courses they follow. The cost is ensured to stay low, because of the financial support provided by the institutions (UPMC and Oeuvres Universitaires et Scolaires). However, students can favor hosting solutions outside the campuses, and find local help for this matter. A presentation is made and a booklet is provided to all students at the beginning of each semester, which encompasses all information about access map, costs and all facilities (restaurant hours, internet accesses, laundry, local shops ...).
Although there are some university residences available (rooms are double; kitchen, bathroom and other common areas are shared; 130,95 euros/month), most students rent apartments or houses in town or on the beach (Praia de Faro). Information on rentals is available at the International Relations and Mobility Office (GRIM – Gabinete de Relações Internacionais e Mobilidade), at the Student Association or can be found posted in supermarkets and shops located near the university and also in the faculty (FCT, Building 7).
For temporary accommodation, there is the youth hostel (firstname.lastname@example.org) and reasonably priced and well located hotels, such as Aeromar: http://www.aeromar.net/en , Alnacir : www.alnacir.netfirms.com/, Best Western Dom Bernardo: www.bestwesterndombernardo.com/ and hostels for 10 euros per night. To stay in the university residences from September 1 on, students should contact the Mobility office: email@example.com.
Apartments and houses for rent are readily available from September to July. Rent plus utilities (electricity, gas and water) for single room in an apartment shared with other students ranges from 130-300 € per month. As for deposits, it is common practice to pay 2 months in advance.
Students can eat at University campus canteens for 2.30-2.70€ per meal (soup, choice of main course, dessert or fruit and drink). There are numerous restaurants in Faro, offering a wide choice of cuisine, including vegetarian. Prices for a full meal at affordable restaurants range from 5 to 10 €. A monthly public bus pass costs 28.40 €, while a single bus ticket (Faro-Gambelas Campus) costs ca. 2,2 €. Some students rent rooms or apartments within walking distance from the Gambelas Campus, in Gambelas or Montegro. Many students bike to the Gambelas campus from the Praia de Faro and other areas.
Full information about housing and accommodation services offered by the University of Oviedo is disclosed in http://www.uniovi.es/vida/alojamiento. Also, the Office for International Relations provides guidance to the students requesting accommodation.
There are many options for accommodation in Oviedo. Students may have good places in two outstanding student halls of residence providing a comfortable stay and full integration in university life: the San Gregorio Residence Hall (http://sangregorio.uniovi.es/) and the America Residence Hall (http://colegioamerica.uniovi.es/), located in the Campus Los Catalanes near downtown. Price per month is 415.38 € and 432.35 € respectively (3.710,97€ for 9 months).
A rented flat is one of the most common options for students. Opportunities for apartments and room sharing can be found in the Student Accommodation Information Center (CIVE) platform. The average cost per month is between 100 and 200€/month in shared flats, depending on the location, and can be 300-400€ for independent single studios or small flats. There are available online lists that compile a series of flats that can be directly rented by the foreign students of the University of Oviedo. Each entry briefly lists the essential characteristics of the offer (location, admission requirements, price per room or the whole flat, contact phone). Flat offers are organized by location located in three different zones of Oviedo: city center, El Cristo - where the Faculty of Biology is located, El Milán.
Moving to another country involves a drastic change in the environment and customs. Foreign students of the University of Oviedo have the option of being taken in by an Asturian family during their time in Spain. This so-called Homestay Program (http://www.uniovi.es/vida/alojamiento/familias) enables students from other countries to familiarize themselves with the Spanish way of life while enjoying a warm and friendly environment. The selected families host the student at home during their stay in Asturias. This board and lodging program covers all the student's needs.
Shared accommodation with elderly people (“Plan Convive”) is another –cheaper- option in nearby Gijon (http://vivienda.gijon.es/page/11112-plan-convive)
Living costs oscillate between 200 and 300€/month. The price of a meal in a restaurant can be about 10€, and the menu in University halls, schools and faculties around 6€.
Detailed information on coming as a visiting student to GMIT is provided on GMIT’s website. Prospective students can also read the prospectus for new students, updated each year, providing additional information on GMIT and Galway City. Details and advice on obtaining accommodation can be found on the Student Union pages www.gmitsu.ie. There are several student villages within 10 to 15 minutes’ walk of the campus in Galway.
GMIT estimates that the living costs for international students is approximately €775 per month, a breakdown of this cost can be found at www.gmit.ie/general/cost-living.
Detailed information on coming as a visiting student to UNIVPM is given on the on the university’s English language web pages called "Becoming a student at univpm" (http://www.univpm.it/Entra/Engine/RAServePG.php/P/588410010410/T/Becomin...).
Information about student life to UNIVPM can be found on the web page "Student Life (http://www.univpm.it/Entra/Engine/RAServePG.php/P/723710010400/M/8263100...)
Ancona is one of the most affordable towns in Italy. Experience shows that living and studying here costs approximately 500€-600€ a month, including accommodation, food, utility bills, transport, study costs (excluding tuition fees) and entertainment. However the cost of living will vary according to your lifestyle. More information on the page "Cost of living" (http://www.univpm.it/Entra/Engine/RAServePG.php/P/754510010410/T/Cost-of...)
Detailed information on coming as a visiting student to UiB is given on the on the university’s English language web pages, called the Student Pages (http://www.uib.no/en/student). Prospective students can also read the welcome brochure for new students, updated each semester, which orients them to the city and the university life.
UiB estimates that the living costs for international students is approximately 1000€ per month (http://www.uib.no/en/education/49499/finances-and-insurance) , which includes most monthly expenses such as housing, food, clothing, study materials, books, transport and social activities. The university’s International Students blog (http://internationalstudentblog.b.uib.no/category/finances/) also gives prospective and new students important information and insight into what is needed to come and study at UiB and what to expect on arrival and to have the best experience possible during the stay. There, the monthly living costs are estimated to be 275 – 320€ for accommodation (including heating and internet), 50€ for the local public transportation travel pass, and 180€ for food. Groceries NOK 300-400 per week, NOK 1500 – 2000/mo. Additional expenses are estimated to be €200 for textbooks (may not be needed) and an obligatory 60€ semester fee which gives membership to the student organization and allows access to student facilities.
Full information about housing and accommodation services offered by the UPV/EHU is provided by the International Relations Office: http://www.ehu.eus/en/web/nazioarteko-harremanak/en-international-relations
Rented and shared flats is the option 95% of our international visitors choose for their accommodation while at the university. The usual procedure is to book a temporary room at a hostel, b&b or hotel for the first 2-3 nights in the city. Immediately upon arrival, students visit our help centre office or the pie-upv/ehu1 secretariat and will receive assistance to get accommodation; this can b done in advance by email; in addition, there is a buddy service that will give advice and support to visiting students.
The Accommodation service at the University of the Basque Country incorporates a detailed flat & room database. You can access the database registering on our website: www.ehu.eus/ostatu/pisos/index.html
Average accommodation fee:
- Shared flats for students (prices vary from 300 to 450 monthly euros per pax).
- Rooms with local families or landlords: 550-600 euros/full board; 335-370 Euros/half board; and 250-400 euros/room with laundry & kitchen access.
- Halls of Residence: 400-700 euros/month
Overall average monthly expenses:
- Accommodation 350-400 Euros
- Food 250-300 Euros
- Public transport 35 euros
- Other expenses 100 euros
- Classes will we dispensed at the European Institute for Marine Studies (Institut Universitaire Européen de la Mer, IUEM, https://www-iuem.univ-brest.fr/) that is not located in Brest proper, but in a neighboring town – Plouzané – located approximately 10 km from Brest downtown.
- Accommodation is possible within the Student Dorms (Cités Universitaires) in Brest:
- Both Cités offer small (9 m2) individual rooms and common areas
- Depending on the type of room, the he cost varies between 170€ and 250€ / month
- It is also possible to find accommodation within the private sector. Rental prices in Brest are 7.64€/m2 compared to 25€/m2 in Paris.
- There is a residence right next to IUEM (https://www.arpej.fr/en/residences/residencedu-technopole/) that is more convenient for going to class but really isolated for evenings and weekends.
- IUEM can be reached in 35-40 mn through public transportation (Bus#1 or Tram to Fort Monbarey station and then Bus#13 to De Rochon ou Piccard). http://www.bibus.fr/
- The average budget for a student in Brest is 679€/month
- Annual public transport pass: from 200€/year
- Bus ticket to any destination in Finistère: 2€
- Annual sports card: 30€/year
- Meal at the university restaurant: 3.25€