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Valencia school facilities

Valencia is worth living in not only because of paella. This is the third large city in Spain and the main destination for both cultural and leisure tourism. Our campus is located in the plain city center, so you can combine all types of tourism with your studies.  

At HTL International School we have four great campuses: Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia and Lloret de Mar. At the school, students can enjoy our large classrooms, free internet access, online learning facilities, computer labs for exams practice, libraries and a communication skills room.  Thanks to its location, Valencia campus can provide you with many opportunities. From cultural attractions to the lazy days on the beach, which can be reached  by a direct bus from school.

Living in Valencia

Valencia can be called a young city, not because of the lack of history but because of big amount of students from all over the world coming to live and study in this beautiful sunny city.

In Valencia you can find almost anything you want. From expensive luxury restaurants to small cafes and good-quality products on Markets. From museums and galleries to wide range of night life attractions.  The prices differ as well.

  • Shared flat accommodation: 200 euros
  • Food ranging from 200 euro up to 700 euro (if you are dinning in restaurants every day)
  • Personal expenses between 150 euro and 300 euro
  • Transport from 40 euro (with the monthly pass) up to 200 euro (if you are moving only on taxi)

Accommodation in Valencia

Our Valencia campus does not offer student housing directly, but there are many options available for students to choose from. Students can rent a room in a private apartment or rent an entire apartment and arrange to share with classmates. There are also several student residences near our campus where students can stay in individual or double rooms, with or without meal plans.

Valencia is a large city, and you can choose to live near campus , near the beach, in the city center, or in one of several up-and-coming neighborhoods. You should consider how far you want to live from campus, and also if you want to walk, ride a bike, or take public transport. The public transport system in Valencia is well developed, with three metro lines and an extensive bus system.

Valencia has an array of universities, with a selection of privately run student residences (dorms) rising to suit student needs. Students can choose to stay in a single or double room, with a wide range of amenities to choose from, including several meal plan options.

 Check out the following sites that can help with your apartment or room search:

Visa students: the school provides a paid accommodation contract service for visa needs to be presented in the Spanish consulate applying for the long duration study visa. The service costs is 250 euros.

Valencia school location

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