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Student Housing in Miami

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Selina Miami Gold Dust
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39 mins by public transport to Central Miami
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Selina Miami River Inn
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19 mins by public transport to Central Miami
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Bright double bedroom in a residence near Jose Marti Park
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From $1,125
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46 mins by public transport to Central Miami
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Sunny double bedroom in a residence near Jose Marti Park
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Miami is a coastal city visited by millions of tourists every year. It has a great fusion of cultures with European and Latin American influences. English and Spanish are equally important in this city. This is just one of the many reasons why students all over the world consider Miami to be one of the most attractive destinations when it comes to higher education.

The cultural and educational aspects of this city are also at a high level. Miami gives you an opportunity to attend excellent schools and experience additional development by attending cultural events, exhibitions, and concerts. This is just one of many reasons which make studying in Miami an excellent idea.

Why Book Student Accommodation in Miami?

Miami is one of the largest education centres in the USA that significantly invests in modern education. The city’s local colleges are not isolated islands of knowledge but part of a developed system that’s devoted to students from an early age. Many schools provide 21st-century learning skills aimed at preparing students for the best universities around the world.

With such an advanced local education system, you can be sure you’ll be learning with the best students around. Alongside them, you will excel and easily gain skills for a lifetime. This is exactly the advantage of modern education – it enables students to do well in team tasks and use their full potential in order to be the best version of themselves.

Such an environment is a true inspiration for personal development and learning that will help you have a successful career later on. Moreover, Miami offers excellent universities that cover sciences, humanities, and arts.

Universities in Miami

University of Miami

Florida International University

  • Casita has 2 accommodation options within walking distance to the university.

  • More than four bus stops are close to the university; FIU Bus Stop is just an 8-minute walk away.

  • Patricia and Phillip Frost Art Museum and FIU Nature Preserve are both under 8 minutes away on foot from the campus.

Miami Dade College

  • Our accommodation options are all within walking distance of the campus.

  • More than 7 bus stops surround the campus; NE 1 Av & 2 St is just a 2-minute walk away.

  • Both HistoryMiami Museum and Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience are an 8-minute walk away from the university.

Barry University

  • Casita has multiple accommodation options within walking distance to the university.

  • There are more than 7 bus stops surrounding the campus; N Miami Av & NE 115 St is just a 7-minute walk away.

  • Miami Shores Aquatic Center and Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami are both under a 10-minute car ride away.

Student Life

Is Miami a good place for international students?

Many international students recognize the many benefits Miami has to offer. Compared to other states in the US, Florida is ranked #6 with the most international students studying at a college or university. According to the 2010 Open Doors report, there are about 30,000 international students studying in Florida alone.

Florida relies on its tourism industry which brings about 76 million visitors to Florida each year. For international students in Miami, this translates into programs and internships in hospitality, business management, or even a culinary internship aboard a cruise ship. Colleges in Miami also have access to world-class beaches, amusement parks, and a multicultural environment that will enrich the studying experience.

Is Miami safe for International students?

Miami is pretty safe. The city has grown and changed exponentially over the past few years, and the old reputation it had years ago has gone away. However, just like other major cities or metropolises, there are areas to avoid due to higher crime rates, and at that, they are relatively safe as long as you remain alert and take the proper precautions like keeping your doors locked and windows up. Staying on campus and in the surrounding areas will make you avoid any issues. 

Is it expensive to live in Miami?

Miami isn’t the cheapest place to live in Florida. You’ll find cities like Tampa or Jacksonville, as well as most other areas in the state to be more affordable. That said, the cost of living in Miami is only about 15% higher than the national average, so depending on where you’re moving from, the city may not seem out of your range.

Must-Visit Places in Miami

When you think of Miami, chances are you think of a sandy beach with the sun shining. Miami Beach is the best area in Miami for soaking up some rays on a sandy beach and it is something of a legend in the city. 

Jungle Island is one of the most popular attractions in the city of Miami. It is located on Watson Island and was formerly known as Parrot Jungle and even Winston Churchill visited the island back in 1946. You can also stroll through The Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, visit Bayside Marketplace, and wander through the Art Deco District.

Transportation in Miami

Thanks to Uber, the city’s rail system, and other options such as the free trolley, getting around Miami is not as hard as it once was. You can use the city buses. The vehicles are clean and air-conditioned; the frequency of service varies by route. The Miami trolley is also a great free way to get around certain areas of the city. When you see one, you can try to flag it down, or find a marked stop. The city also has three train lines that are fast, reliable, and easy to use; Metromover, Metrorail, and Tri-Rail. Taxis and ride-share apps (such as Uber and Lyft) are also available in the city.

Nearby Student Accommodation In Florida

Besides having facilities for student accommodation in Miami, Casita also offers student accommodation in other Florida cities. Some of these cities are:

Tampa, Orlando, and Santa Clara.


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