For off-site students looking for a home in Rome, Saint Louis has developed two partnerships with Agencies dedicated to finding student accommodation.

These are reliable and effective services, both of which work through dedicated websites (also available in English):

A service provided by Immuni srl agency, which researches and selects in the private real estate market suitable housing solutions for all Saint Louis students who need to rent a house or a room. The proposed accommodations, carefully selected, are available for rent with transparent conditions and a regular lease.

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LThe major online platform that helps kids around the worldfinding accommodation in Europewith over 7 million nights already booked in over 30 European cities. Uniplaces provides St. Louis students with a Promo Code to get a 25% discount on their Agency fee. The code can be obtained by requesting it in the student secretariat, once the registration to the courses has been completed.

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Living in Rome and at Saint LouisWhen looking for a home, it is important to first evaluate the subway and bus connections that lead to Saint Louis.

Saint Louis is very well connected through the subway system and is very central. The nearest metro station is on the subway B line and is called "Cavour". It is also quite easy to reach us by trains and buses that arrive at the central station "Termini", just one metro stop from "Cavour".

Many students enrolled in the various universities of Rome choose "Piazza Bologna" as their neighborhood, as it is cute, young and close to the B metro station "Bologna", just 4 stops from the "Cavour" metro. But all the areas of Rome connected by metro B can be a good choice.

There are also many accommodation options connected with metro line A such as: Numidio Quadrato, Lucio Sestio, Giulio Agricola, Re di Roma. These are all very popular areas among students, since you can find housing opportunities with low rental costs. The same goes for the more fashionable neighborhoods such as San Lorenzo and Pigneto, but beware of the connections with these two areas!

We recommend to be flexible in your requests and expectations, and also to evaluate the possibility of a shared room for the first times, being more available and cheap than the individual ones.

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