Student Accommodation at Mumbai
What makes your study experience more worthy is the place and people you are surrounded by. If you are envisioning the vibrant, energetic, and colourful city, where everything and everyone is on the move in every direction in addition to a high-quality education level, then Mumbai is one of your best choices.
The city of the gold spirit, Mumbai is the destination of peace and social life. So, no chance to dawdle or rest in such a vibrant city. Mumbai’s weather is exactly as its spirit; vibrant, colourful and cool throughout the year. The wet season is cloudy, hot, and humid; however, the dry one is clear and warm, and temperature ranges from 66°F to 92°F.
In a joyful, energetic, vibrant city like this, there are many places to visit such as the Mumbai coastline where you will enjoy the glamour and the charm of the city through joining the midnight bicycling trips, exploring all the beautiful iconic landmarks. The Gateway of India is one of the favourite students’ destinations as well. Moreover, As a part of living in a country, you have to check local attractions and buy local food. If you’re thinking this way, don’t miss Colaba Causeway; a thoroughfare with street-side kiosks selling everything from cheap jewellery and clothes, to books. Also, Mumbai has cafes, bars, and restaurants like Leopold Cafe and Mondegar that enrich and highlight the cult-like nature. Besides the historic stores selling amazing quirky items, there’s a lot you don’t want to miss!
Not only is Mumbai the city of gold, but also it’s well known as the city of dreams, majorly considered as the hub for business & education. Mumbai is the centre of students’ attraction offering high-quality levels of undergraduate, postgraduate, and PhD holders with job assurance relative to their study major.
Various top-ranked universities and more are in Mumbai such as:
• Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Bombay
• Institute of Logistics & Aviation Management
• University of Mumbai
• Institute of Clinical Research India
• Indira Gandhi Institute of Development ResearchWhen it comes to transportation in Mumbai, trains are the cheapest and the fastest means of transportation, yet so very crowded. Cabs are much better than trains conditioned (black & yellow) and non (blue & silver). Now all non AC taxis have an electronic meter, which shows the exact amount of money you need to pay the driver. Mumbai also has a far-reaching network of buses - AC and non – AC (Red in colour (non AC). All have their destinations written in Hindi/Marathi in the front and in English on the left side. Mumbai is one of the best options to study and live if you’re serious.