Student accommodation worldwide is in demand, but we are here to support and point you in the right direction.
Browse the following listings that currently have available accommodation options.
As availability changes from day to day, we recommend getting in touch with accommodation providers directly and registering to their waitlist, if applicable.
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We recommend arranging your accommodation well before you arrive in Perth to start your studies.
If you are unable to secure accommodation, please contact the StudyPerth team at: firstname.lastname@example.org
International student accommodation is as varied as the requirements of students themselves! Perth has different options to suit your needs.
If you are a secondary school student, you must live in a homestay with an Australian family or in the school’s boarding facilities.
If you are aged 18 years or older, you can choose to live on-campus, in a homestay or in a shared rental house/apartment with other students or friends.
You may even choose to stay at one of Perth's dedicated student accommodation providers: Campus Perth, Yugo The Boulevard or The Switch.
Tips for your search
Here are some factors to consider when finding your perfect home:
- Proximity to your education provider
- Proximity to public transport and associated travel costs
- Nearby shops, hospitals, police stations, parks and other amenities
- If there is adequate heating or cooling
- Noise levels
- Safety and security of building
- Insurance costs
- If appliances, light switches and smoke alarms are functional
As technology advances, so does the risk of getting scammed. Warning signs of rental scams include:
- Rent price is listed as being significantly cheaper than similar accommodation in the area
- Being asked to pay a bond or deposit or sign a lease before viewing the property
- Being asked for personal details such as your bank and credit card numbers
- Property doesn't match the photos or description upon inspection
- Landlord makes excuses to prevent you from viewing the property
- Landlord requests money via money transfer
Before you sign your lease, make sure that you:
- Have sufficient funds to cover the bond
- Arrange a reference or guarantor
- Inspect the property for its existing condition and any issues
- Receive and keep a copy of your rental agreement
- Receive a receipt for all rent and bond payments
- Read the fine print of your rental agreement