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Accommodation in Qingdao ?

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redrabbit

Hi, I am planning on studying at Qingdao University in 2007 for 2 semesters, but cannot find any information on accommodation on the university's website. I would be grateful if someone can tell me about prices or any other information about accommodation at the university or anything nearby?

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Toffeeliz

I don't know much about qingdao's university but I do know that it has nice beaches. If you get the chance, visit the temple in the Lao shan mountian - It's to die for

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xuechengfeng

I know that I went through a university program and when our program date ended, every day after that, I think we were supposed to pay 80 kuai a night for a double occupancy room at the foreign students dorm.

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urbanstereotype

hey, what uni center are you at? i can have a look into it for you, accom is really cheap here.

is it just for you?

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Qingdao Frank

Hi there.

I am living and working in Qingdao.

I reakon your best bet is too book in to the universities foreign students hostel for a month at a time. It will cost 1500-2000Y a month. After that move out and share a nice plush apartment with a friend for about 1400Y a month each. (2 or 3 sharing you will get a kitchen, bathroom lounge and your own bedroom)

Generally students doing this seem to be most happy.

Qingdao is a great city. You will like it hear. Chinese accent is fine.

On the map of Qingdao the 'New centre' is the area where everything goes on in terms of bars and restaurants. around 'wusi' 5-4 square

get in touch if you want some advice.

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rinkle

please tell about the atmosphere of the hostels in qindao University. As I found on the website chinambbs.org they says that the atmosphere is very good. I just want to confirm that.

 

 Thanks

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rexh

Hi,

 

I'll be moving to Qingdao for work in the new year and am wondering if anyone can give some advice on an area / place to stay.  I'll be running a new international hospital in Laoshan district however have transport to get to work each day. I would prefer to stay in an apartment building which is in a busy area. By busy I mean when I step outside there are some restaurants (and hopefully a coffee shop?) close by. Since I'm by myself I like to get outside and sit and study with a coffee or something. I enjoy the gym too, so if the apartment is close to a good gym (walking distance) then that would be perfect. I'm not sure if any of this is possible, but appreciate any advice!

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thrice12

Maidao is quite a good area to live in. It's closer to the centre but with frequent buses/taxis to Laoshan.  You'll also benefit from the subway if you're staying for a year or two.

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