Welcome to Le Cordon Bleu's Accommodation Service
In Australia, there is a wide range of accommodation options available for students to choose from, depending on the type of accommodation that you would prefer.
The hospitality management program is non-residential. However, there are many accommodation options for students studying at Le Cordon Bleu such as International Student Residences, private rental, homestay and/or share accommodation.
All accommodation bookings and enquiries can be made simply by clicking on the appropriate accommodation preference listed on each section.
Le Cordon Bleu provides accommodation through our Accommodation Partner:
UniLodge provides Le Cordon Bleu students with prestige boutique accommodation with 300 student apartments over fourteen levels. UniLodge is based in the city centre – close to Rundle Mall, UniSA and the entertainment precinct. UniLodge is brand new, purpose designed, state of the art student housing in the centre of Adelaide, providing an off campus home away from home. There are choices of a range of fully furnished one and two bedroom student apartments. The building features quality finishes, advanced technology, environmental excellence and attention to detail. Two common rooms offer a relaxed lifestyle.
UniLodge has the latest security features. There is a security intercom system in place which requires personalized proximity cards for entering the building and lift foyer and a separate lock for room access.
Beware of internet scams on accommodation websites, as there are many people being caught out.
If you are unsure of anything please contact our Accommodations Department. Remember, if it sounds too good, it is probably not good!!
Please visit the Consumer Affairs website for further information.
If you require reliable accommodation in Adelaide, lastminute.com.au has a wide range of Adelaide hotels and apartments that you can easily book online.
Renters insurance is an option for anyone who rents a house or an apartment and needs insurance to cover the contents of their home.
As a renter you will not need to insure the actual rental property building that you are living in - the owner of the property does this.
However it is advisable to insure your personal effects in case there is a problem.
Your insurance will typically cover the following:
It only covers certain personal effects in the home. You will have to take out extra cover for some of the major items for example your car, motorcycle, etc.
Some Rental Insurance policies also allow for separate policies per household, so if you're sharing with someone, there's no need to rely on your housemates to organize your insurance.
Renters Insurance can be as low as $10 - $15 per week.
For further information and quotes you can look for insurance companies in the Yellow Pages and remember to ask for Renters Insurance.
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ACPET ASTAS (as per the compliance requirements of AQTF and the Higher Education Support Act 2003).
Last Updated 7 December 2011
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