International students can apply for on-campus housing or choose to live off-campus in the local community.
Please visit the Office of Residence Life pages to learn about Lesley's on-campus housing options and policies, especially as they pertain to graduate and exchange students.
Cambridge, Boston and the surrounding areas (including Somerville, Arlington, Medford, Allston, Brighton, Jamaica Plain, Roslindale, South Boston and East Boston) host large and diverse student neighborhoods. In addition to the below tips for finding safe and affordable housing, also visit this page for even more information about off-campus housing.
If you're interested in sharing housing with someone from your home country, these website might be helpful.
India: www.sulekha.com France: www.bostonaccueil.org Japan: www.asagao.com Korea: www.bostonkorea.com
boston.craigslist.org/ www.bostonforrent.com www.bostonapartments.com www.boston.comwww.bostonherald.com
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International Student Services Main Page
International Student Orientation
Off-Campus Housing Resources
Living in Cambridge and Boston
Exchange Students Home Page
Fees for Exchange Students
Exchange Student News
Graduate instructor honored by NAFSA
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Lesley fosters partnership with Chinese educators
Lesley's award-winning program in Guyana
Graduate programs in Guyana
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International Student Services, 7 Mellen Street, Doble Campus
Mustapha Jourdini, Director, 617.349.8608
Anna Garson, Assistant to the Director, 617.349.8426
The Global Guides program matches volunteers with international students to help them get acclimated to
student life at Lesley and to take advantage of Boston's cultural,
recreational, and educational offerings.Contact us to sign up for the program!
Abibata Handley, the deputy country director for the Peace Corps, shares her experiences in the Intercultural Relations program and applying her graduate studies to her work in Rwanda. Learn more
Lesley graduate Diba Feroz hopes to work in investment banking. Read more.
German bilingual elementary education exchange student Angelina Knoll found a second home at Lesley. Read more.