Accommodation In Somalia

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Not sure what you are looking for? Let’s help! When you search Somalia accommodation, you can toggle through our RocApply accommodations page, and select on filters what form of accommodations suits you best. Hit the clubs, browse the shops or make friends with the locals; there are a number of hostels just a stone's throw from any campus. Or do less running around and more indulging when you book a relaxing and revitalising retreat. Maybe a spa treatment is in your future! In the mood for food? Many of our listed hostels feature great bars, cafes and restaurants for laid-back brunching.

While preparing for your study abroad programs, students are encouraged to take care of many crucial things like travel documents, budgets, and accommodation. RocApply aims to make it a bit easier for international students to feel prepared for their trip. That is why we offer housing options to students in many countries, including Somalia.

You can easily book your private room in a shared student house before arriving in Somalia right here. With a common kitchen and a bunch of adventurous international students under one roof, no doubt you will try some really unique food from all over the world. Don’t miss your chance to host a cook-off with your friends and have an awesome party in the shared living room. Student houses here provide you with the convenience of staying near the university. Thus, you will never have to worry about being late to your classes. Go through our accommodations page and conveniently select a student room of your choice.

Most students reside in hostels off-campus. Hostels are located throughout the cities, but always in safe neighbourhoods with access to public transportation. Depending on the hostel, students should expect a commute time to and from campus. Most hostels consist of bedrooms, a common room with TV, kitchen and bathrooms, and offer laundry and Internet.

Students can also request housing with a host family. Living with a host family is a great way to experience the Somalian culture and improve Arabic language, while also giving up some independence. Most bedrooms are double-occupancy. Living area, kitchen and bathrooms are shared with the family. Breakfast is included with homestays.

Here are our top tips:

  • Organise accommodations in advance. Universities here will be able to help foreign-exchange students find accommodation before study abroad begins, ranging from home-stays with Somalian families to single-person apartments. Speak to the study abroad representative at your school or university to see what information they can offer, wait, you can inquire right here for quick response on any query.
  • If you are planning to find a place when you arrive in Somalia, it is sensible to book a few nights at a hostel before you leave home to give you a base while hunting for longer-term accommodation. RocApply has all the information on hostels in almost every town in Somalia, along with photos, independent reviews and online booking.


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