Preferred locations to stay close to Campus are Andheri, Juhu, Bandra & Powai.
Although we only arrange accommodation on behalf of our female students, there are plenty of options in Mumbai to choose from.Below is a list of student accommodation providers, serviced apartments and short-term letting companies that may suit you.
Where to Stay ?
Dedicated for the safety of our female students – accommodation in the same building premises has been arranged on first cum first serve basis.
Choosing where to stay while you are studying at the College is entirely up to you. We do have a list of housing options for students studying in Mumbai, but it is always a great idea to make sure you thoroughly research your options and make sure your accommodation is in line with your expectations.
Many students at the College prefer to opt for private rentals. It’s important that you consider your commuting distance to the campus, as well as the length of your course when deciding which area to live in. Other things to consider are, of course, your budget, your familiarity with Mumbai, and the type of environment that will suit you while you are studying.
Another option is to look into shared living arrangements with other students at the College. When we have received your deposit, you will be invited to join an online group where you can meet your fellow students and discuss coordinating living arrangements, should you wish.
Getting To and From the College
The College is located in the heart of Mumbai.
- Adjacent to Sakinaka, Andheri East Metro Station
- 10 Minutes from Andheri & Kurla Railway Stations
- 15 Minutes from Ghatkopar Railway Station
- 10 Minutes from Western Express Highway
- 5 Minutes of Mumbai International Airport
- 15 Minutes from Powai
- 20 Minutes from Andheri W
- 40 Minutes from Bandra W
Student Housing in Mumbai
If you are enrolling on a long-term course, then you may want to opt for a privately rented apartment or house. The best way to do this is through a reputable estate agency or web portals. We would advise anyone taking up a private let to ensure they visit the property in person prior to signing a tenancy agreement to make sure it meets your needs and is in a suitable area for your commute to and from the College.
Estate Agents are privately owned businesses used by landlords to advertise, and often manage, their properties. Using these agencies is a quick way to find a property to let, although it is likely they will charge you a fee for finding your accommodation. Be sure to enquire about fees before signing up to an agency.
To apply for student accommodation services, you will need to search and book at least one month in advance to ensure you obtain a room. You will be required to send a copy of your Passport, Aadhar Card, and sometimes a bank statement.
- Living in Mumbai