CEMS is an alliance of universities and businesses preparing the next generation of business leaders. They share Uniplaces' global philosophy: thanks to CEMS, the business world of tomorrow will be more multilingual, multicultural and interconnected.
The Compostela Group of Universities promotes dialogue and cooperation in higher education. The 70 universities that have joined this initiative of the University of Santiago de Compostela believe that diversity in higher education is key to a better society. We agree!
The Erasmus Student Network (ESN) is in 430 institutions and 37 countries, making it the biggest student association in Europe. With a lot of focus on social events, ESN has made the Erasmus exchange an awesome, intercultural experience.
You might know QS as the company behind one of the most respected World University Rankings. QS is more than that: it is a company focused on bringing the best, high-achieving students to the world's most reputed universities.
Universidade NOVA de Lisboa (NOVA) has been one of the earliest partners with Uniplaces. It is an innovative, ground-breaking university in Lisbon that has always worked hard to empower its young students and encourage their creativity.
StudyPortals help you choose what universities you want to go to. They help you know everything you need to know about the best universities. Use their database to compare between universities and find out the best place for you to do your Bachelor, Master, PhD or short course.
InternsGoPro are changing the world for young workers. This network is trying to set higher standards for internships. Their mission is to help students and graduates develop skills and get a job. They give ratings and quality labels to different internship programmes so you’ll know what to expect, and where to apply!
With 40,000 members ELSA is the world’s largest independent law students’ association. ELSA provides opportunities for international exchange, diversified legal education and personal professional development for law students and young lawyers.
The European Youth Card Association (EYCA) is all about giving young people better opportunities to be mobile and active. To do so, it brings together organisations that issue Youth Cards to over 5 million young people in 36 countries across Europe. The card is packed with over 60,000 discounts that young people can use to live more - while spending less!
The student organisation AEGEE works towards a democratic, diverse and borderless Europe. Through its activities, it empowers students and young people in Europe to take an active role in society. Its network counts with 13,000 members. It's present in 200 cities, in nearly all European countries.
AIESEC is developing the next generation of young leaders through practical experiences. They provide cross-cultural professional internships and volunteer experiences across the world. They are present in 126 countries and territories, and have more than 70,000 members worldwide.
EPSA (European Pharmaceutical Students' Association) is representing pharmacy students and recent graduates from all over Europe. Today, it speaks in the name of over 160.000 students and aims to actively engage at student and professional level, bringing pharmacy, knowledge and students together while promoting personal development.
The Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya · BarcelonaTech (UPC) is a pioneering Catalunyan university dedicated to teaching and reseaching architecture, engineering and technology. The UPC's is committed to sustainability, social responsibility, and the environment.
The University of Granada (UGR) could very well be one of the most beautiful universities in the world. It was founded back in 1531 and has been one of the centres of Spanish culture and academia ever since.
Europe Language Jobs is an exciting job board*specialized in multilingual job vacancies*. We are a meeting point between candidates and companies, operating in over 48 countries and 33 languages.
The ISIC is the only internationally recognized proof of full-time student status. It is a card that represents a life style and grants access to worldwide benefits. With more than 60 years of history, ISIC is endorsed by UNESCO and supported by European Council on Culture and Andean Community of Nations.
JADE is an umbrella organisation of more than 280 student-run businesses across 200 universities in 14 European countries. Following the motto "learning-by-doing", our students bridge the gap between academia and real business world. By running non-profit SMEs and being social entrepreneurs, the students turn over 16 million euro per year and involve more than 20,000 peers, thus leaving a significant impact on the local and national business world.
Stud&Globe gives you advice, information, coaching and personalized service if you look for an internship abroad. Barcelona based, they offered interships across Europe.
Our mission is to be the leading think tank and platform on student housing in Europe. We provide an international network of complementary partners, members and associations. By bringing people together, we offer and share high-quality information and best practices. We aim for a student housing market that is open, international, professional, sophisticated and developed to fully accommodate student needs.
The German association of student living BfSW (Bundesverband für Studentisches Wohnen e. V.) is the voice of student accommodation sector in Germany. As association for this sector the BfSW is campaigning together with its national and international members for consistent standards in the micro living scope.
StudentJob is an online job portal that specialises in providing part-time jobs, internships, graduate programmes and placements for students. Start your job search at Europe’s biggest job site for students and young talent! Sign up for free to the site and begin your journey today!
At Uniplaces we make the process of booking an apartment as easy as possible for both tenant and landlord.
That's why we have our own team of professional photographers that verify our properties and pick our landlords carefully in order to save time on viewings: we think it’s old-fashioned and time-consuming.
You can look at forty different apartments on our platform in the same amount of time that it takes to see a room.
The pictures you see here haven’t been photoshopped, so they’ll be really accurate.
If you’ve still got any doubts, we’ll keep the money that you transfer us until 24h after your move-in date.
If something’s not exactly what you saw online, we’ll help you move somewhere else and return your money.
We can only give you the contact details of your landlord after your booking is accepted. But we can guarantee that Uniplaces chooses the landlords it works with very carefully.
Besides, we’ve had students whose favourite part was living with a local!
Landlords and host families can be great city guides, help you out with translations and even become your friends.
As soon as your booking is accepted, you're given the landlord’s contact details. Then, you can discuss all details directly with them, such as when you’ll be moving-in.
Students move in and out at different times, so your flatmates might change during your stay.
It’s a great opportunity to make new friends!
We personally speak to students who we place in Uniplaces apartments and are sure we will find the right place for you as well!
At the bottom of the property page, you have a calendar where you can see the availability of that room/apartment, according to the landlord.
But if you’re still unsure about that we’re happy to help.
Tell us your move-in and move-out dates and we will double-check if the place is available for you!
There are two different types of deposits: the Holding and Security deposits.
By clicking on “Deposit” at the bottom of the offer page you will get more information about each type of deposit.
In general, the deposit is paid to cover for any potential damages that may occur during your period of stay or will be used as rent compensation in case you leave earlier than originally planned.
If no damages occur and you leave on the agreed move-out date, your deposit should be refunded by the landlord in a way you both agree on.