Look No Further Than CampusKey For Student Accommodation
Those looking for student accommodation, have you looked at CampusKey yet? You really should. With all-inclusive student accommodation, you'll be on your way to being inspired and gaining that success that's well in your grasp. Apply now to live in a space that's won many awards.
Students, listen up! Looking for a place to stay while pursuing your studies? Well, CampusKey might just be what you've been looking for. CampusKey's applications are now open so hurry and apply now and you could be living your best life with CampusKey.
At CampusKey, you get to focus on you, and they take care of the rest. Another bonus? The rooms at CampusKey accommodation spaces are fully-furnished making your life easier and your move smoother. They have also designed study spaces which make group studying easy.
CampusKey says, "We're not your average student accommodation, become part of our vibrant and collaborative student culture". Your journey to graduation will definitely be a memorable and amazing one.
- Cape Town
There are also many facilities available and they are all included in one cost. Facilities include:
- Secure on-site parking
- WiFi access
- Laundry facilities
- Walking distance away from Universities
- Bicycles for rent
- Non-sharing fully furnished rooms
- Lounge areas with DSTV
- 24 hour equipped gyms
- Study spaces
- Water and electricity included
- Courier delivery and packages services
- Braai and social areas
- Landscaped gardens
The Independent Room includes en-suite bathrooms and a private kitchen
The Explorer Room includes en-suite bathroom with a shared kitchen between 2 to 4 people
The Socialiser Room includes a shared bathroom and kitchen between 2 to 10 people
By staying at CampusKey you become part of a vibrant student community. Each CampusKey campus has their own private Facebook Group which is only for CampusKey students. Everything is communicated on this Facebook Group, from the weekly events to important notices.
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How To Apply
Apply online through their website www.campuskey.co.za. Follow the online prompts. If you have any difficulty, please do not hesitate to contact them on 0861-STUDENT.
Once you have received your room number, signed the Service and Residence Agreement and paid your SRA Fee, your room will be secured for you. You can view our Service and Residence Agreement and Terms and Conditions on our website.
You will receive an instant e-mail notification that will confirm your application once it's received.
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