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Where foreign students live in Milan

Posted: 29 May 2017

According to Uniplaces, a company operating in the field of renting university students, the French people, who account for 13.5% of foreign young people in Milan, choose to live mainly in the Navigli, Città Studi and Darsena.

German students (7.7%), besides the Navigli, particularly appreciate the historic center. Spanish people, equal to 6.6% of foreign students, choose Città Studi and the areas of calmed prices such as Viale Monza and Stazione Centrale.

The first non-European are the Indians with 5.9% who mostly chose Bovisa for proximity to the Politecnico, while the Chinese (4.2%) in addition to the Bovisa district chose Washington Avenue, City Studios and Island.