Students are assigned small single rooms in Port Lodge, a ND-exclusive
facility on the NDA campus. Students are also assigned host families,
but residence with these families is not possible.
apply for residence in Colleges affiliated with the U. of Western
Australia and are assigned non-ND roommates. Placements are normally
made in St. Thomas More College, a Catholic residential facility.
the language pre-session in Salzburg, students are housed in doubles
or triples at the Hefterhof, a residential/teaching facility.
In Innsbruck, students are assigned rooms in one of three dorms near
the University of Innsbruck. Roommates are assigned by dorm staff,
and are normally native German speakers (by ND request). Students
are also assigned host families, but residence with these families
is not possible.
de Janeiro, Brazil
live with Brazilian families carefully selected by the on-site staff.
Breakfast is provided by the host family and a stipend is provided
for other meals and local transportation.
live with local Chilean host families carefully selected by the program
coordinator. Meals are provided by the host family. Students commute
to the university using local public transportation.
dorms or host family
choose their housing accommodations, but most live in apartments with
two or more other students. Each student has own room and is provided
with a bike to make the 10-minute ride to campus. The apartments offer
more space and amenities than the dorm. An international dorm is available
on campus with two students sharing each dorm room.
accommodations are available, but this requires signing a lease good
for at least a year. Most of our students stay in university housing
(pre-session only), then families
the language pre-session, students are assigned double rooms in a
dorm near the university. Once the regular term begins, all students
are assigned to local French host families.
will be housed in the Foundation des Etats Unis which has about
200 rooms, 50% of which go to students from the U.S. It also has kitchens
and common areas. The Foundation is part of a complex made up of dormitories
representing various nationalities and situated around gardens and
(pre-session only); then dorms or apartments
program is run by the Berlin Consortium (headed by Columbia University).
Students are assigned a host family for the first six weeks of language
training. During the semester, students may opt to live in a dorm
near the Frei Universitat, or in private apartments which they find
live together in the Kolonaki neighborhood, about a twenty-minute
walk from the Academic Center, in simply furnished apartments with
basic cooking facilities.
students will live in the dormitories at UCD, sometimes with Irish
and other international students. They prepare meals for themselves
in the kitchens of their student accommodations. See Dublin
Housing section for more details.
will live either in apartment-style residences at Trinity College
or in apartments in central Dublin found by program staff.
living situation. Housing is not exclusive to students.
are fully furnished with kitchen, living room and bathroom. There
is a 24-hour concierge and daily cleaning service. There are 4-7 students
per apartment and two students per bedroom within the apartment. Students
must commute 30 minutes from residence to university
family or dorms
choose their housing accommodations, but most live with host families
as dorm space is limited. Families must provide student with a single
room. An hour commute is not uncommon. The dorms are close to campus
and shared by four students. The apartment-style dorm unit provides
a single bedroom for each student with communal living, kitchen, and
are placed with host families and long commutes are not uncommon.
Families must provide student with a single room.
or host family
may choose to live in campus dorms or with families in Monterrey,
in which case students are assigned, either individually or with a
roommate, to homes selected by the program staff. Students living
with families take most of their meals at home.
family or dorms
choose to live with a Mexican host family or in the university dorms
with Mexican students. The dorms are nicely furnished, with pine furniture
and cupboards. They are apartment-style, with four double rooms and
a kitchen and a sitting area. Visiting students are placed with Mexican
students in these facilities. Students will prepare their own meals,
or buy them in the campus cafeteria or nearby restaurants. Students
may also choose to live with a host family which has been carefully
screened by program staff.
may choose between dorms or host family. The dorms are located in
the same building as classes, cafeteria, computers, etc. Students
can request a single, double or triple room in the dorms. Families
must provide student with a single room. It is relatively easy to
switch host families if problems arise. Students can live in the dorms
and then switch to a host family or vice versa throughout the semester.
Language learning is maximized in host family setting.
housed in well-equipped (including kitchens) flats with 2 students
per bedroom and approx. 4 to 5 bedrooms per flat. There is an on-site