Accommodation Highlight: New Luxury Student Accommodation in Lisbon

17th November 2017

This week we bring you an accommodation highlight at the Collegiate blog, as we bring you the news of our exciting new luxury student property opening in January 2018.

Brand new and opening for the start of the new year, you will now be able to take advantage of all the usual benefits of luxury Collegiate student accommodation in the heart of Portugal’s capital Lisbon.

So, why should students look to study in Lisbon? In this article, we explore all that this historic city has to offer students as well as the benefits you can enjoy during your time away at university. If you are interested in studying in Lisbon, find out more about our new luxury accommodation at the bottom of this blog.

Benefits of Studying In Lisbon

One of the reasons for choosing to create luxury student properties in Lisbon is due to the city’s rich heritage and excellent calibre of universities. Several Lisbon based universities are regularly featured in the QS World Universities list, including Universidade NOVA de Lisboa and Universidade Catolica Portuguesa (USP), which have faculties in Lisbon, Braga and Portugal’s other famous city, Porto.

As student cities go, they don’t really come much better than Lisbon. So, read our list of reasons why Lisbon is not only a great place to study, but also one of the best cities to live in:

Value For Money

If you are considering Lisbon as a location of study, then you will be happy to hear that the capital of Portugal is a city that enjoys the finer things in life, and an excellent choice for Collegiate tenants.

It is by far the cheapest city in Western Europe, but this does not mean you are sacrificing any quality or culture. The cityscape is lined with incredible architecture, a wealth of fine food and a lively atmosphere to keep yourself well occupied during your enriching university experience.

Warm Welcome

Another reason for considering student accommodation in Lisbon, is the famously warm welcome you will receive from the locals.  Wherever you are in the city, students of all nationalities and backgrounds are welcomed into the city, which has one of the most diverse populations in Europe.

The locals aren’t shy when it comes to hugs, and of course beer is a big part of Lisbon’s culture, making it easy for British students to settle into the Lisbon way of life.

You can find out loads more on Lisbon and all it has to offer by heading to our dedicated page. If you are considering moving into Collegiate luxury student accommodation in Marquês de Pombal, read on to find out more.

Collegiate’s Marquês de Pombal

Our new property, is situated right in the centre of the capital making it a prime place to live during your Erasmus placement or year abroad.

Just a short journey from the city’s famous Bairro Alto, where you can sample some of the finest cuisine you can find anywhere in Portugal, there are very few student locations in Europe more vibrant than our new Marquês de Pombal site.

Our Marquês de Pombal accommodation is situated in the center of the city, showcasing a sophisticated design. Our accommodation comes with a private fitness centre, on-site cinema and a communal swimming pool so that you can live in the lap of luxury when you need a break from your studies and the hustle and bustle of city life.

Dedicated study zones can be found around the site as well, so although the city has many libraries you can always rely on your student accommodation should you need to get your head down in the comfort of your own home. You can always fully rely on your wi-fi and broadband at Marquês de Pombal and, there is also the added benefit of our resident’s club lounge and dinner party room.

So, why not check out our Marquês de Pombal accommodation in more detail by taking a good look around the site. Don’t hesitate to get in touch with us should this be of interest to you for your time away at university. You can email us at tenants@collegiate-ac.com, or call on +44 (0) 1235 833 642.

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