The Leading European platform on student housing and internationalisation of education
''Our mission is to be the leading think tank and platform on student housing in Europe. We provide an international network of complementary partners, members and associations. By bringing people together, we offer and share high-quality information and best practices. We aim for a student housing market that is open, international, professional, sophisticated and developed to fully accommodate student needs.''
Guest blog by Uniplaces – Lisbon, Comeback City: Joint marketing of a new European Knowledge Hub
A rise in collaborative initiatives across Europe shows the growing understanding of “Destination Marketing” as a tool to attract and retain talent. During a recent partnership workshop in Paris on April 13th-14th, Frank Uffen - Founder of The Class of 2020 - invited participants to share examples of cities working closely with universities and tourism boards in their city marketing efforts. Gabrielle Narcy explains why Lisbon’s fast-growing entrepreneurial community could be a key element to enable the city and national government to attract more international students.
Recommended event – CUBO International Study Tour & Summer Conference 2016
11 June - 17 June 2016
The CUBO international study tour welcomes operators of University accommodation and catering services from across the globe. The programme offers the opportunity for international delegates to visit a range of University accommodation and catering facilities within the UK and learn from sector professionals. The study tour concludes with delegates joining the CUBO Summer Conference at the University of Sussex.
Guest blog by Student Marketing – Growth and change: the EU Student Housing Market
The Student housing market has grown rapidly over the past five years. In the 30 most popular student cities alone, there are 2,569 student residences with 424,069 beds. Moreover, with an additional capacity of more than 110,000 beds currently planned or under development, the asset class has reached the size, received recognition and attracted even the interest of bigger players. This increase in investment has brought with it the need for more knowledge.