Student Residences

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Student Residences

Student LifeResidences

The first-ever 144-room student housing facility in Mauritius, Student Life Residences was delivered in 2015 and provides accommodation ranging from private studios to shared apartments as well as a full range of facilities to enhance living and learning for all campus residents.

A second phase is scheduled to start in 2019 to improve and expand the student experience. 

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  • Studio Flats
  • En-suite bedrooms
  • Shared Apartments
  • Studio Flats

    Studio Flats have been designed for those who are looking for space to relax, work and socialise. Studios come with an all-purpose kitchenette and en-suite bathroom. Kitchen, bedding and towel packs are available at an additional fee.

    Size of the room: 14.25m2

  • En-suite bedrooms

    Single bedrooms are a great option for those who want space to relax and work, and have the privacy of a own en-suite bathroom. Students can then chill with newly met friends and neighbours while cooking in the fully equipped common kitchen. A special en-suite single bedroom is designed for students with restricted mobility.

    Size of the room: 11.20m2

  • Shared Apartments

    The apartments are just what students need if they are looking for a more social way of life. Each apartment provides for:

    - 6 bedrooms
    - 2 bathrooms
    - A fully equipped shared kitchen
    - A dining and living space

Facilities

Facilities

  • 24/7 Security, warden on site and student support team
  • BBQ area, common lounge with satellite TV & Free Wi-Fi
  • Football ground
  • Access to internet subscription packages in bedrooms
  • On-site laundry services (not included in the rental fee)

 

Students enjoy all the smart city’s amenities, which include a student restaurant, a full-fledged sports centre and in 2018, a green park which will host an arts and cultural centre.

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