Photo courtesy of Student One
A range of accommodation options are available, including Homestay and rental properties (houses or apartments).
Our Student Services staff can provide support to students who need assistance finding appropriate accommodation. You may contact our Accommodation department via email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
For Students Under 18 Years of Age
Accommodation arrangements for students under the age of 17 must be made through Student Services. Students aged between 16 and 17 years are required to stay in Homestay, however students who are over 17 years old, may apply to stay with one of IES College's approved independent living providers.
IES College partners with Australian Homestay Network (AHN) to provide all Homestays for IES College students. Homestays hosts are carefully selected and regularly monitored to meet IES requirements and provide each student with their own bedroom in a safe and secure environment. Depending on the package, meals can be provided throughout the week, e.g. the AHN Traditional package includes two meals Monday to Friday, and three meals on the weekend. Homestay hosts are based in areas with convenient public transport to the IES College campuses. For more information, contact email@example.com
For more information visit homestaynetwork.org
For bookings contact Brisbane@homestaynetwork.org
AHN Tel:1300 697 829 or Brisbane +61 7 3122 3595
Student One provide independent living opportunities for students who have turned 17 years of age. Student One is located in the heart of Brisbane, close to dining areas, food and shopping centres, and is only a short distance away from IES College campuses via the free shuttle bus. Pricing includes fortnightly room surface clean; bed linen pack; and basic crockery and cutlery, cooking equipment and kitchen utensils. There is a dedicated floor for all under 18 students and a staff member is available 24 hours to assist the students. Students over the age of 17 qualify for independent living.
For further information or bookings contact firstname.lastname@example.org or Student One on www.studentone.com/ies
Urbanest is located in South Brisbane near the lively restaurant and recreation precinct, Southbank. Urbanest provides an independent living option for IES students who are over the age of 17 at commencement of their studies. Urbanest has modern rooms and special places conducive for meeting people and making lifelong friends. Urbanest also has a socially active calendar.
For further information or bookings contact email@example.com or www.urbanest.com.au
Allen Street Accommodation
Allen Street Accommodation (ASA) is located in the Brisbane suburb of Hamilton. Travelling time to IES College by bus, train or ferry is around 30 - 35 minutes. ASA offers breakfast and dinner 5 days per week. Students are required to sign a 'Residential Tenancy Authority - Rooming Accommodation Agreement' for a minimum of 6 months.
For more information visit allenstreetaccom.com.au
For Students 18 Years of Age and Over
In addition to accommodation options listed above, students over the age of 18 can choose from several other independent accommodation options, including:
The Johnson - Boundary St, Spring Hill
UniLodge - Margaret St, Brisbane City
Iglu - Mary St, Brisbane City & Blamey St, Kelvin Grove
Atira South Bank - 118 Merivale St, South Brisbane
Urbanest - Tribune St, South Brisbane
Raymont Residential College - 47 Cadell St, Auchenflower
Scape South Bank - 149 Merivale St, South Brisbane
UniLodge Buranda - 8 Gillingham St, Woolloongabba
Students can make an application by contacting the accommodation provider directly. IES do not arrange for these types of accommodation bookings. For assistance, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Student Services staff arrange for under 18 students to be met at the Brisbane International Airport. Students are given a 24-hour phone number in case of changes to flight details. This service is for students only. Please note that this service is compulsory for students under 18 where IES acts as their guardian.