Going to a foreign country is a big step for any new student. If you are a parent or guardian, it can be a challenging experience for you too. At British College we recognise your vital supporting role and welcome you as part of the student community. We aim to provide you with information to help you make the best choice. Naturally, you want your son or daughter to enjoy their independence. But you will also want to ensure that the accommodation provider they choose will provide a supportive, safe living environment as well as an excellent living experience in preparation for life. We are dedicated to delivering a quality living experience that supports your son/daughter and provide them every opportunity to develop as an individual. We want you to have the best experience possible, that’s why we offer a range of accommodation choices to suit your needs.
Delhi-- Delhi is a large city and there are many housing options to consider. The market is fast-paced, so it is good to get a clear picture of what is on offer before you start searching. We offer a wide range of options to suit various living styles and needs. When it comes to deciding where to live, it is a good idea to consider what facilities are most important to you. Choosing a location that suits you could depend on:
Students will also need to factor in travel costs when planning where they're going to live. Since we are located right opposite the Metro station(Metro is name of the train services) this gives the students an advantage to be in touch with the rest of the Delhi. Hence proximity to Metro station could be one of the factors you could consider while choosing an accommodation. You can get information on Delhi metro at http://www.delhimetrorail.com/
Your college is in Tilak Nagar. You can get information on this area at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tilak_Nagar_(Delhi)
There are two types of options available for students.
While private rented room or flat is a costly option which will cost you approximately Rs. 12000 per month. Generally the students prefer the paying guests option.
Please note that all our Paying Guest stay bookings are made through dedicated agencies thus ensuring that all the accommodations are examined, however we will advise our students to stay in a hotel for 1-2 days on arrival, have a look at the various options and then finalise one. We understand every individual has his own preferences, hence examining the accommodation physically is the best way to move ahead. We will of course make arrangement for Hotel Booking and visit to various paying guests on your arrival.
We can make arrangements for your airport pick-up. Take your time to read through the attached file which has a variety of options available and get in contact with our Accommodation Services if you have any questions.
How Safe is it to live in India-- Living in India is safe. Per capita crime rates in India are very low. From an International student’s perspective, most Indians are peace-loving, middle-path oriented, happy and warm hearted individuals. Aggression and cruelty does not come naturally to them. Most international students and visitors to India praise the warm, welcoming environment and the hospitality of the Indians they are associated with and form life-long friendships with them.