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What formalities do I need to commit to when coming to Mauritius for my studies?

You need to have your papers right; valid passport with at least six months validity before expiry. You should also make sure to have a confirmation letter from a university, registered with the Tertiary Education Commission of Mauritius. At this point, a Student Visa will be required by the Mauritian Passport and Immigration Office and by the University at which you enrolled.

You can visit the local government’s website at for more information on visa application.

Note: It is recommended that you keep a soft copy of all your official documents for administrative purposes. 

Do I need to hold any kind of insurance in Mauritius?

If you are not covered for medical expenses outside of your home country, we strongly advise you to contract one to cover for your health needs during your studies. The medical insurance should cover a minimum of outpatient medical expenses, repatriation and liability. Local insurance companies are, among others; Mauritius Union, Anglo-Mauritius Assurance, Sicom, Swan Insurance and Mauritian Eagle.

Do I need any specific vaccines to study in Mauritius?

There are no mandatory vaccinations requested to travel to Mauritius.

Which airlines fly to Mauritius?

We suggest you book your own flight tickets. A number of airlines do fly to Mauritius from several destinations around the world, including Air Mauritius, Air France, British Airways, Emirates and Air Austral.

How much luggage am I entitled to?

You must pay special attention to the information on your ticket as to how much each airline allows you to carry. However, airlines normally allow between 20 and 30 kg, with an additional cost for excess. Some airlines allow for student baggage allowance. 



What is included in my rent?

Price includes water, electricity, security 24/7, student support Team, TV & Internet connection in the common lounge.

Should I pay any registration fee?

 In order to confirm your booking, we will require a deposit of Rs 21,000 (Mauritian Rupees) to be paid into our account. (Rs 18,000 will be kept as a security deposit, and Rs 3,000 as an administrative fee)

Upon your arrival, at the latest, we will need an upfront payment for the first 6 months rental or should you wish to settle for the whole period.

I submitted an application to book student accommodation. When can I expect an answer?

The Student Life team will deliver a response within four working days. However, this promise may not be sustained during peak periods.  

How do I know if there is room availability in your residences?

Feel free to contact our dedicated team either by email at or by phone/ whatsapp on (+230) 5498 0515 / (+230) 5498 4718 / (+230) 5422 8170 / office number: (+230) 452 9293 or by Skype on Student Life Residences. They will give you the latest updates.

Is there a deadline to register for accommodation?

There is no specific deadline, but the earlier you apply, the more chances you have to secure a room within one of our residences.

How can I secure an accommodation?

To pre-book your accommodation directly online, fill in the online application form with the required information and submit. Our team will then contact you about the required documents and provide you with further explanations. If you have any difficulty, feel free to contact us and we will assist you. 

Can I choose my roommates?

Yes, you can ask to be housed with specific roommates. The Student Life team will do their best to accommodate your requestpon (upon availability).

Can I modify my choice of accommodation even after booking?

It is always possible to request a change after application. However, it is understood that any request will be attended subject to availability. If you wish to make a change, please send us an email or give us a call. 


Are there any activities for students?

The Student Life Residences has its own lifestyle and provides a palette of activities for you to enjoy. You can discover them later on once students start to move in the accommodations.

What are the rules and regulations for use of the common areas?

The common areas are available for use to all students in the residences. For optimal community living, house rules will be presented to you upon your arrival.  

Is there any storage facility if I am not in Mauritius?

No. The Student Life Residences are not equipped with additional storage space for personal belongings.

What should I bring with me?

We recommend you bring along your personal belongings, such as clothes, electronics, books etc. and anything else you may need to add up to your comfort. The Student Life Residences have special prices for kitchen and bedding packs, but you may bring your own. 

what's happening ?

  • Mama Jaz ? Fantaisie et Tradition, de J. Léonide

    1 April 2017 To 1 May 2017

    For its second edition, from April 1 to May 1, 2017, Mauritius will host in 10 places the 53 activities of this adventure with 70 international and Mauritian artists; 16 workshops; 36 sessions of music (13 paying and 23 free), and a forum. MAMA JAZ’s vision is based on the values of International Jazz Day – April 30, established by UNESCO in 2012, and extended to the policy of the month of Jazz appreciation in North America while remaining faithful to May 1st and its resonance in Mauritius.

    ADRESS: Auditorium Francis Thomé - Quatre Bornes

  • Enn Losean Vivab - Enn zourne lor laplaz (a livable ocean - a day at the beach)

    7 May 2017

    The objective is to sensitive about the impact of the pollution in a nice ambiance on the beach.

    ADRESS: Le Morne Kite Lagoon

  • Chinatown Food and Culture Fesitival

    6 May 2017 To 7 May 2017

    The 13th annual Chinatown Food and Culture Fesitival (CFCF) will take place during the weekend of the 6th to the 7th of May 2017. The event is organised by the Chinese Chamber of Commerce in collaboration with the China Cultural Centre and the support of the Ministry of Arts and Culture, Ministry of Tourism and the Municipal Council of Port Louis.

    ADRESS: China Town - Port Louis

  • Skeptikal Live

    14 May 2017

    Live Kenzi session on Sunday 14th May. Entrance at Rs.200

    ADRESS: Kenzi Bar - Flic en Flac

  • The Sovereign Art Foundation Prize 2017

    15 May 2017

    The Sovereign Art Foundation Students Prize aims to engage communities in celebrating the importance of art in the education system and recognizing the quality of art that can be produced by young students globally. They believe that art plays a vital role in fostering creativity and building confidence.

    ADRESS: The North ? Venue TBA

  • Stationnement Alterné

    17 May 2017 To 20 May 2017

    Just like ‘Especes Menacées’ presented last year, ‘Stationnement Alterné’ is a play by Ray Cooney, undisputed master of the lie that he handles in virtuosity to entangle his characters for a hell-like road! This is the story of a bigam taxi driver who leads a double life.

    ADRESS: Théâtre Serge Constantin - Vacoas

  • MGI Car & Bike Show 2017

    21 May 2017

    Mini Car & Bike show for a social fund-raising initiative for the MGI School/institute and disadvantaged families/ children.

    ADRESS: Mahatma Gandhi Institute

  • KASÖ on tour in Mauritius

    25 May 2017

    After conquering the small world of French reggae with his album "From Paris to Mauritius" (nomination for the Victory of the Reggae 2017), Kasö leaves Paris to defend his album on our island. Thanks to the success of the single "Smile", especially on Radio One, it can also boast the presence on its album of local legends Désiré François and Blakkayo.

    ADRESS: To be confirmed

  • Kalash concert

    27 May 2017

    The most sought-after dancehall star of the moment will be in Mauritius for a spectacular show with, in the first part, a pleiade of artists Mauritians. The singer will be accompanied by his DJ for a breathtaking show to delight his fans. The organizers have set the bar very high and promises you an unforgettable evening.

    ADRESS: Anjalay stadium

  • Tropica’Dingue

    3 June 2017

    Combining features of trail running and multisport racing, the Tropica’Dingue at Mon Trésor is THE wackiest and most fun-packed of all sporting challenges to have hit the shores of Mauritius. This unique event brings together solo and team competitors who participate in an off-road race of almost 10 km.

    ADRESS: Mon Trésor

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  • A Student housing first!

    The Student Life Residences is the first student housing ever built in Mauritius, stemming from a national ambition to build a Knowledge hub. Student Life Residences  connect you to a full range of opportunities and provide solutions adapted to your needs, while nurturing your well-being. 

    Opened since September 2015!

  • A Home from home

    Whether you live in Mauritius or travelling from abroad, we’d like you to call Student Life Residences home. This is why our goal is to make your home a clean, comfortable and safe environment – one that supports your educational ambitions and fosters your personal growth.

    To fit your budget, Student Life Residences operate three types of accommodation. From private studios to shared apartments, we provide you with an ultimate student experience. 

  • Ideal location!

    Located on the outskirts of the coastal village of Flic en Flac on the west coast, Student Life Residences offer breath-taking views of the Black River mountain range while being merely more than a kilometre away from the sublime white sand beaches and blue lagoons of Flic en Flac.

    Cross the road and step in Cascavelle Shopping Village with its complete offering of restaurants, shops, supermarket and even a kart racing circuit.  

  • A unique lifestyle

    Get involved in a unique student life experience through special events designed around your lifestyle and interests. Concerts, sports competitions, artistic happenings, we surely have something that suits your taste and adds up to creating an optimal environment, and providing you with numerous ways to feel special.

    The Students’ Support team will be pleased to assist you in any of your requests, or you may also call for the on-site warden.