Log in

Become Partner

Language

中文

English

繁體(香港)

Tiếng Việt

Get in Touch

Get in Touch

English

中文
English
繁體中文(中國香港)
繁體中文(中國台灣)
Tiếng Việt

Student Village Melbourne, Melbourne

4.6 (35 reviews)

Student Accommodation

On-site Verification

108-128 Leicester St, Carlton, Melbourne, Victoria 3053

View Distance to Universities

Property ID: S00794956
Student Village Melbourne 0
Student Village Melbourne 1
Student Village Melbourne 2
Student Village Melbourne 3
Student Village Melbourne 4
Photos (152)
Videos (18)
Lives (3)
3D Views (16)
By Tenants (5)

Basic Info

No Application Fee No Service Fee Flexible lease Walk to school Gym Bills included Parcels collect Short lease 2024 semester 2 apply

648 Beds

Highest Floor 13

Built in 2016

Student Village Melbourne is a modern and vibrant student accommodation in Melbourne, built in 2016 and offering 648 beds with various room options. Each room is equipped with essential facilities, ensuring comfort and convenience. Student Village Melbourne provides a range of amenities, including a heated swimming pool, a well-equipped gym, Wi-Fi access, and a recreation room with a pool table. Located near esteemed educational institutions like the University of Melbourne's Parkville Campus, RMITMonash University's Parkville Campus. Student Village Melbourne offers easy access to quality education. Additionally, it's close to dining precincts, including Lygon Street and Errol Street, iconic attractions like Queen Victoria Market and Carlton Gardens, and convenient public transportation options, including trams, trains, buses, and bike sharing, making it an ideal choice for students in Melbourne.

 

Features:

Student Village at the University of Melbourne campus is a modern and vibrant community that was built in 2016. With 648 beds available, we offer a range of options to suit your needs.

-Room Types and Room Furnishings: Student Village Melbourne offers a variety of room types to suit the needs of different students, including single rooms, double rooms and multi-bedroom flats. Each room has basic furnishings such as a comfortable bed, desk, chair and locker. The living area has a sofa and coffee table; some room types include a kitchenette equipped with a refrigerator, microwave and oven. High-speed Internet access is available in every room for study and recreation.

-Community Facilities: Student Village Melbourne has several common areas for students to socialise and relax. The Community Centre has many study and group rooms for extracurricular and project collaboration. The recreation room has a TV, game consoles and table games for students to relax and unwind in their free time. There is also a self-service laundry in the flats with washers and dryers open 24 hours a day, greatly facilitating students' daily lives.

-Outdoor facilities: Student Village Melbourne has green spaces and recreational areas, including barbecue and outdoor dining areas. These areas are ideal for social events and get-togethers, and students can also relax in them and enjoy the beautiful Melbourne weather.

-Gym: Student Village Melbourne has a modern gym with a wide range of fitness equipment, including treadmills, weights, and yoga mats. The gym is open 24 hours a day and caters to students' workout needs at different times of the day.

 

Location and What's Hot?

Student Village Melbourne is located in the heart of Melbourne's city centre. Offering an unrivalled living experience, students are right in the heart of Melbourne life. Imagine walking out the door to some of Melbourne's most iconic universities, as well as bars, restaurants, cafes and more, all tailor-made for student life.

Bar and Restaurant: If you want to unwind in the evening, The Rooftop Bar offers stunning city views and is the perfect spot for a quick drink with friends. If your appetite seeks adventure, don't miss out on Hakata Motsuke Ramen, where authentic Japanese cuisine meets Melbourne's food scene for a truly memorable dining experience.

-Coffee: Coffee lovers will find solace in the warm and cosy atmosphere of The League of Honest Coffee, a haven for all coffee lovers.

-Supermarket: the local Woolworths supermarket ensures you're well stocked. At the same time, the Melbourne Central Shopping Centre caters to all your shopping needs, from fashion to technology. 

-Entertainment: the State Library of Victoria is a treasure trove of knowledge and hosts various cultural events, most of which are accessible to the public. Movie buffs can also get their fill; the Hoyts Cinema in Melbourne's city centre is ideal for catching the latest releases.

 

Transport:

Student Village at the University of Melbourne campus is located in a busy part of Melbourne with easy access to the surrounding area. Enjoy the accessibility of tram stops along Swanston Street, which is within walking distance and provides access to multiple tram routes. Melbourne Central Train Station, approximately 1 kilometre away, offers connectivity to various train lines, allowing easy commuting to different suburbs and the city centre. RMIT University Melbourne City Campus is 7 minutes by car, Victoria University City Queen Campus is 8 minutes by car, and Taylors College Melbourne is 10 minutes by car.

 

Security and Service:

With the safety of students in mind, Student Village Melbourne has gone to great lengths to ensure security. The flats are equipped with 24-hour CCTV surveillance and are patrolled by night security guards to ensure students' safety and peace of mind. Each flat unit is individually gated so that only students and staff with a valid access card can enter.

Translate

4.6

35 reviews

Amazing facilities · 11
Amazing area · 11
Great customer service · 7
Super-fast internet · 2

JIANG**

5.0

16 May 2024 21:09

All aspects are good, except that sometimes the Internet is slow.
All aspects are good, except that sometimes the Internet is slow.

MA**

5.0

13 May 2024 16:32

Clean, quiet, close to the school, cost-effective
Clean, quiet, close to the school, cost-effective
Read all 35 reviews

House Rules

Cancellation Policy

No Visa No Pay

You do not receive a Visa to study in Australia
If you are an International Student and you do not get your Visa, you may cancel your Resident Agreement within 5 days of receiving notification from the Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP). You are only eligible for this exemption if you cancel more than 14 days prior to your Residential Agreement start date. If you are within 14 days of your Residential Agreement start date, or if your Residential Agreement has already started, you are not eligible for this exemption.

No Place No Pay

You do not get accepted into the University
If you are a domestic first year student (domestic Year 12 school leavers only) applying through UAC / VTAC / QTAC / TISC and you do not get accepted at the University you may cancel your Residential Agreement within 5 days of the UAC / VTAC / QTAC / TISC Main Round offers release date (generally around late January – refer to the UAC / VTAC / QTAC / TISC website for actual dates).

Details

Who is eligible?
You can secure your room for 2024 and rest easy knowing that you have the peace of mind to cancel your Residential Agreement for the following reasons:

You do not get accepted into the University
If you are a domestic first year student (domestic Year 12 school leavers only) applying through UAC / VTAC / QTAC / TISC and you do not get accepted at the University you may cancel your Residential Agreement within 5 days of the UAC / VTAC / QTAC / TISC Main Round offers release date (generally around late January – refer to the UAC / VTAC / QTAC / TISC website for actual dates).

You get accepted into a different University
If you are a domestic first year student (domestic Year 12 school leavers only) applying through UAC / VTAC / QTAC / TISC and you get accepted at a different University you may cancel your Residential Agreement within 5 days of the UAC / VTAC / QTAC / TISC Main Round offers release date (generally around late January – refer to the UAC / VTAC / QTAC / TISC website for actual dates).

You do not receive a Visa to study in Australia
If you are an International Student and you do not get your Visa, you may cancel your Resident Agreement within 5 days of receiving notification from the Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP). You are only eligible for this exemption if you cancel more than 14 days prior to your Residential Agreement start date. If you are within 14 days of your Residential Agreement start date, or if your Residential Agreement has already started, you are not eligible for this exemption.

What do you need to do?
You will need to provide CLV in writing, the supporting official evidence demonstrating you meet the criteria within the timeframes outlined above. You will need to provide your supporting evidence to mystudentvillage@clv.com.au including your full name, application number, email and phone number in your email.

Official supporting evidence is:
Declined visa notification from the Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP)
Notice from UAC / VTAC / QTAC / TISC or the University that your application has not succeeded
Notice from UAC / VTAC / QTAC / TISC or the University that you have been accepted into an alternative University


What happens when I cancel?
If you have not yet moved in, you will be refunded your security deposit and any other upfront fees. Refunds will be processed within 30 days. If your contract has already started, you are liable for rent up to the date of notification / moving out of the village and your security deposit will be returned to you provided you have met the move-out conditions.

However, application, registration and cleaning fees (where applicable) are non-refundable.

Where will the Free Cancellation Policy not apply?
The policy will not apply where you have accepted a University Offer but you elect to defer or withdraw from your studies, or if you change your mind about where you would like to stay.

Need more help?
If you have an alternative form of official supporting evidence, your circumstances are different from any of the above scenarios or you are not sure if this policy applies to you, please contact your friendly Customer Contact Village team to discuss your individual circumstances and we will endeavour to support you as best we can.

Email: mystudentvillage@clv.com.au
Phone: +61 2 8024 6000
Application Policy

Education Requirement

Unlimited

PhD Permitted

Postgraduate

Undergraduate

Senior high

Nationality or Region

Unlimited nationality

Required Documents

Passport See Example

Visa See Example

Offer See Example

Renewal Policy

Depends on availability.

Early Move-in Policy

Depends on availability.

Room Assignment Policy

Depends on availability.

Pets Policy

No Pet

Room Change Policy

Depends on availability.

Smoking Policy

Smoking free.

Double Occupancy Policy

Double occupancy rooms:

No double occupancy rooms.

Live in Your Dream Home - Let US Find it for You

Verified Listings
Price-Match Guarantee
1-on-1 Professional Support
Exclusive Offers

Personalized Recommendations for Your Ideal Home - Prioritizing Your Budget, Commute Distance, Essential Amenities, and Safety!

Full Name
Phone Number
Email
Location or University
Tell us your rental needs: budget, commute, amenities, safety.

I have read and agree to the Privacy Policy and Terms of Service

Find My Home

Student Accommodation in Melbourne

What is the average rent of student accommodation in Melbourne?

The average rent for student accommodation in Melbourne varies by location, room type and accommodation type (e.g. flat, homestay, etc.).

Off-campus accommodation in Melbourne:

One-bedroom flats: approximately A$425 per week

Two-bedroom flats: approximately A$525 per week

Three bedroom flats: approx. A$580 per week

Shared accommodation in Melbourne: about A$252 per week

On-campus accommodation in Melbourne: The cost of University of Melbourne student accommodation ranges from A$250 to A$350 per week.

Homestay: Melbourne High School homestay costs range from approximately A$350 to A$500 per week.

View more

Can I get discounts for student apartments in Melbourne?

Yes, you can get discounts for student accommodation in Melbourne. Students who book early or a while in advance are eligible for good deals and pay lower rent. You can also save on rent by making a group reservation. Other offers are constantly available; we recommend you keep an eye out for the latest ones on our website, uhomes.com!

View more

What are the advantages of renting a furnished student accommodation in Melbourne city?

The advantages of renting student accommodation in Melbourne City have many aspects.

Convenient

When you rent furnished student accommodation in Melbourne, you have everything you need right there in the apartment. This can be really convenient, especially if you are new to the city and don't know where to start looking for furniture.

Budget Friendly

Another advantage of renting furnished apartments in Melbourne is that they are usually cheaper than renting an unfurnished apartment or house. This can be helpful if you are on a tight budget.

Reduced Stress

Moving can be stressful. Renting a furnished flat minimizes the number of tasks you need to handle, allowing you to focus on settling into your new rooms in Melbourne and the community.

View more