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    We’ll help you find your new home in Mauritius while you study at Middlesex

    Help with accommodation

    Coming to Middlesex Mauritius to study might be your first time living away from home. Our student accommodation will allow you to enjoy your independence in safe, welcoming and sociable surroundings. We can also help you to find you a private rented place around the campus.

    Important: For international students, we advice you get in touch with our accommodation officer before signing off on any accommodation contracts.

    Get housing advice

    Contact our Accommodation Officer - Nihaad Baboorally.

    Email: n.baboorally@mdx.ac.mu

    The Student Life Residences (SLR)

    Located onsite of the campus, Student Life Residences (SLR) offer accommodation more than a kilometre away from the sublime white sand beaches and blue lagoons of Flic en Flac.

    To fit your budget, the Student Life Residence operates different types of accommodation. From private studios to shared amenities, SLR provides you with the optimum living experience.

    Student Life Residences Website

    There are other benefits to living in the residence:

    • Strong student community: Living in the SLR is a great way to meet people. Make the most of shared spaces to study, eat, watch TV and play sports together.
    • Safety and security: The SLR also provides 24-hour reception and security teams - hence, there's always someone around to help. The team will also fix maintenance problems quickly with no hassle.

    Student Life Residences Website

    The student life residence is a perfect place to live and have fun! In a convenient location, near the shopping centre, supermarket and the bus station, with furnished, private and comfortable.

    Zainab S Ladha, IFP student from Tanzania

    Private rented accommodation

    Renting somewhere of your own is a way to be more independent. You can find flats, houses and rooms in areas close to campus. This a popular choice for students in Year 2 and 3.

    Most student accommodation is for single people or groups of friends (single rooms in shared accommodation).

    Depending on the area, the facilities available, and the general standard of accommodation, average rents vary between Rs10,000 - Rs30,000 per month. In most cases, bills for gas, electricity and water are unlikely to be included so you will be expected to pay these separately.

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