HOUSING IN COLOMBIA

International student houses

Casa Poblado Alto

House of Success

Casa the Center

Casa Patio Bonito

Casa Aguacatala

Casa La Palma

Casa Residencia

Tellanto Houses in Colombia

Your parents no longer need to be concerned about your accommodation during your study abroad program in Colombia. Tellanto offers safe, secure and affordable housing in two of the most popular Colombian cities, Bogota and Medellin.

The student house gives you access to your own private bedroom and also shared spaces like the living room and kitchen. In your shared student house, you will be welcomed by a friendly community of international students who will help you in settling in the house.

The facilities and amenities in the student house are all taken care of, so when you land in Colombia you can just unpack and instantly feel comfortable in your new house. Fill out the form on the housing page to apply for your student room in Colombia.

Semester Exchange or Internship in Colombia

When you are going abroad to Colombia it could either be for a semester exchange at a university or an internship at a company.

The capital city of Colombia, Bogota is home to the renowned Universidad Nacional de Colombia. Our student house Casa Residencia is located in a lively neighborhood and within a reasonable distance from this university.

There are different universities spread throughout Medellin, for example Universidad EAFIT in the south, Universidad de Antioquia in the north and Pontifical Bolivarian University in the center.

Therefore it’s important that you use the city map below with the houses pinpointed in red, so you can live close to your university.
For an internship you are likely to be working in Poblado, located in the south of Medellin. It is also where EAFIT university is located, and this is the safest area where you will find most businesses as well as the touristic places and the nightlife. If the idea of living in this area sounds good to you, reserve your spot in Casa Poblado Alto, Casa Poblado, or Casa Aguacatala.

Students living in Colombia

Colombia is mostly known as the country that used to be dominated by Pablo Escobar’s cartel, while there’s actually a lot more to it. Although the country used to be not so student friendly is now welcoming more and more international students.

The locals are very proud to see foreigners visiting their country. It’s a sign of progress. Especially Medellin has evolved over the years and was recently named the most innovative city in the world, beating cities like New York and Tel Aviv. This attracts more companies and universities to be looking for international students for an internship or a semester exchange. New international student houses are designed and build with more and more rooms to rent out to accommodate foreign and local students. We have personally selected and visited the student houses in Colombia to provide you with high-quality houses for a reasonable price, friendly landlord and on a central location close to universities.

Rent an international student room

Renting a student room in Colombia does not have to be expensive. If you would like to live in the safest neighborhoods such as Poblado or Laureles in Medellin and Zona Rosa or Chapinero in Bogota you will pay a little more for your student accommodation. For €175 you will have a decent room with double bed and a shared bathroom. If you would like to have your own bathroom and the largest room in the house you should expect to pay a monthly rent of around €280.

Your total cost of living in Colombia will be lower than you are used to. A general benchmark used for the costs is that it’s around three times cheaper than the USA and Europe. So does a local beer in the supermarket cost around €0,78 for 0,5 liter and a monthly ticket for the public transport €33. This is perfect for when you’re going to live abroad in Colombia since you will be able to tick off more things on your bucketlist.

Our Student Reviews

“Colombia is beautiful. The nature is great and the city very very warm and celebrating! Everybody smiles and is friendly!” Rianne de Zeeuw

Did an internship in Bogotá

“Colombia is thé place to be. It is developing economically and the people are awesome! Definately worth a visit to see the beauty of this country.” Rick de Zwaan

Did a semester exchange in Medellin

“Amazing place! Very special to see how the country is developing and how it attracts so many new people! The nature is also stunning!” Kaylee Goes

Did an internship in Medellin

Student Housing in Colombia
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