Housing & Community

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73% of Maltese students live with parents, according to report

Nearly three-quarters of students in Malta live with their parents, according to a EUROSTUDENT report into students' lives and experiences across 30 European countries....
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US students want PBSA that improves their job prospects

Students in the US want their purpose-built student accommodation to help them achieve success after university, according to a New York Times feature on...
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France’s affordable housing solution – intergenerational homeshares

Facing issues in supply of both eldercare and affordable housing for students, France has sought to tackle both problems simultaneously by encouraging intergenerational homeshares. The...
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Housing shortage pushes German students to create their own affordable accommodation

Students in the German town of Heidelberg are building their own affordable student accommodation, in response to rising rents caused by a local housing...
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Eight ways students can better integrate with the local community

We all know that human beings are social animals, and with that comes a basic need to belong. The benefits of social connectedness are...

A global perspective: the impact of accommodation on student wellbeing

From the Global Student Living Conference 2018. Head here to register your interest for future GSL conferences, and learn more about the GSL...
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Egyptian students receive ‘love lessons’ from their government

Egypt's government has introduced marriage lessons for university students, as part of an initiative to cut spiralling divorce rates. The scheme is called 'Mawadda',...
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Bristol students’ strike convinces uni to prioritise affordable accommodation

A student accommodation protest has persuaded the University of Bristol to reduce the price of their student halls. Over 150 Bristol students withheld their...
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Students set up Ireland’s first Traveller society in Galway

Irish Traveller students at NUI Galway have launched the first student society for Travellers in the Republic of Ireland, in partnership with the Galway Traveller Movement. The...
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Mosque attacks: Muslim students hopeful, NZ foreign student sector afraid

The New Zealand Herald’s Education Reporter, Simon Collins, says that times are uncertain for New Zealand’s $5billion foreign student sector in the wake of...
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