International student accommodation

Casa LimaPeru

Casa San Miguel

About Peru

Rent a Student Room in Peru

While preparing for their study abroad programs, students have to take care of many crucial things like travel documents, budgets, and accommodation. Tellanto aims to make it a bit easier for international students to feel prepared for their trip. That’s why we offer housing to students in many Latin American countries, including Peru.

You can easily book your private room in a shared student house before arriving in Peru. 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. Do not miss your chance to host a cook-off with your friends and have an awesome party in the shared living room.

Located in San Miguel, our student house Casa San Miguel provides you with the convenience of staying near Pontifical Catholic University of Peru. Thus, you will never have to worry about being late to your classes. Go through our housing page and conveniently select a student room of your choice.

Semester Exchange or Internships in Peru

Doing a semester exchange or an internship in Peru is also getting more popular. 18 universities out of the top 300 universities in Latin America are located in Peru. The highest-ranked universities are Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Perú in Lima and Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos (UNMSM). Spanish is still the main language spoken at most universities, but there are enough courses provided in English for foreign students.

Lima is known as the industrial and financial center of Peru. There are many international companies located that provide internship opportunities in various fields of interest. For international students looking for an internship,this is a unique chance to gain valuable knowledge and experience. Popular internships in Lima Peru are in the area of Business Administration & Management and in Health Science.

Cost of Living in Peru

Before you are going to look for accommodations in Lima, it’s important to know that the best areas to live in are the artsy district Barranco, the upscale area Miraflores and the business district San Isidro. Finding a room in Peru is a lot cheaper than in Europe or the United States. On average, Lima is 33% cheaper than Barcelona and 51% cheaper than Amsterdam.

In Lima are various student rooms available in international houses. You get to live together with other international students as well as with Latin Americans including Peruvians. Together you will explore the culture, the nature of Peru and of course the nightlife. Get to know students within an instant and feel home within your first week.

Living in Peru

Living in Peru as a student is incredible. The vibrant capital Lima is home to more than a quarter of the country’s population and offers a large diversity of activities and neighborhoods. If you are going to do an internship or a semester exchange this will be the place for you. The size of the city might be a bit daunting at the beginning, but soon after you will get used to it, you will enjoy the variety of cultures and the wonderful food.

Peru is perfect for traveling. Of course you can and should visit Machu Picchu and the Inca Trail, but there are many more amazing sights Peru has to offer. The people are friendly, the weather is good and there’s a large community of internationals. What else do you need?

Our Student Reviews

“Just 2 weeks before I was going to move in at another house they told me it was not possible anymore. I’m glad I found you just on time. I’m super hapy with the house, so at the end everything worked out better anyway. Gracias”
Candice Bishop

Student Journalism

“Thanks Ruben, I just arrived and am very happy with the house. The room i’m staying at is very nice too. ”
Stef van Zantvoort

Student International Business

“Finding an accommodation for long-term in Lima was not easy. I really tried hard. You guys at Tellanto helped me very good. Maybe you should start asking money for it?”
Sophie van Klaassen

Student International Business

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