Brisbane is a large, lively city which sits on the banks of the Brisbane River in Queensland, Australia. The capital city is an art and culture hub with its several noted contemporary art museums and exhibits. The metropolitan city is home to millions of people, many of whom are first and second generation immigrants, making the place a melting pot of cultures. Since Brisbane is one of the oldest cities in the country, it also has deep historical significance with stunning architecture that dates back centuries.
The city also has several educational institutions of repute which make it a mecca for students of varying disciplines who travel here from across the globe. Since it hosts thousands of students every year, the place has adapted itself to be better suited for the students with several student-only accommodations cropping up across the city. Also, there are budget-friendly restaurants and cafes where students can sit and work remotely and several night clubs and places of entertainment too. Also, several areas throughout the city have been developed into student-friendly zones where you will find different utilities and functional spaces in close proximity to the educational institutions.
If you are planning to pursue higher studies with The EF Languages Abroad Institute and want to find a student accommodation near the EF International Language Campus, then you might feel overwhelmed with the sheer number of options. Situated on Melbourne Street in South Brisbane, the campus sits in an inner suburb of the city with several heritage buildings in the area. Apart from the heritage buildings the campus is also close to the South Bank which has several restaurants and cafes adding liveliness to the entire area. All of these factors make it a popular place for students and other young residents.
EF International Language Campus student accommodation comes in all forms, from riverfront apartments, well-equipped studios, shared flats, entire homes on a sharing basis, student halls and living situations with landlords. You can choose a student accommodation near the EF International Language Campus that sits well with your personality and personal requirements. You can find a solo-living situation or choose to share the space with other people, sometimes students from other universities or colleges.
Living preferences can also depend on how near or far from the campus you want to stay. If you prefer a living situation which is budget-friendly and within walking distance from the university and do not mind sharing, then you can go for student halls. If you would rather live in a quiet area, you can move further away into the suburbs and find a home or an apartment which you can choose to share with one or two more people. This kind of a living situation costs more money but is preferable by older students with whom budget is not a concern.
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