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Florida International University

With more valedictorians from Florida attending this university than any other, it is no surprise that it is highly regarded by employers and students alike. There are 23 different schools and colleges within Florida International University, with the College of Architecture and the Arts and the College of the Arts and Sciences showing the greatest specialization and diversification.

All about Miami

Miami itself is the seventh most populous metropolitan area in the United States, which means that just about anything you want, you'll find only ten miles from your college campus. Miami has the largest Latin American population outside of Latin America, with 65% of the population with some Hispanic background. The climate is tropical, and beaches are some of the most popular, and busiest, in the US!

Miami reasonably priced housing and rental options

If you've got wheels, there is a huge choice of student apartments for rent, with the city center of Miami only 20 miles or so away from the Florida International University main campus. There is less choice closer to the university, with the Vista Verde apartments one of the closest housing options to school, starting at $800. Miller lakes is one of the most reasonably priced apartment complexes close to FIU, with places for rent starting at just $500, and located around 4.5 miles from school. Between the 10 and 17 mile mark from FIU, there are quite a few student housing options beginning at $650 per month.

Foot friendly city

Close to the Miami International Mall, the FIU area is fairly walkable, with a score of 60 to of 100. You'll need some sturdy sneakers though - most places are just over half a mile away, and a good coffee will take you around 25 minutes of walking. As there is little housing close to the school, though, it really depends on where exactly your student apartment is located.

Sea and surf work up an appetite

Ocean-oriented activities are the most popular in Miami. There are plenty of surfing and windsurfing beaches, and for the less active, nude sunbathing is allowed at Haulover Beach Park. Close by the FIU, you have plenty of dining options, like the authentic Chinese Lung Gong restaurant and the Latin American at Madrono, an extremely popular low priced venue with a good mix between variety, value and service. You'll likely end up spending a lot of time at New Wave Billiards, just a short walk from school and with good prices, decent bar food and a good selection of beers.

 

 

Average Apartment Rent in Miami

# Bedrooms Aug Jun May 3 Month % change
Studio $1,311 $1,405 $1,753 -25.2%
1 Bed $1,757 $1,646 $1,673 5%
2 Bed $1,958 $2,287 $2,250 -13%
3 Bed $1,751 $3,483 $3,310 -47.1%

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10341 SW 44th St, Miami FL

10341 SW 44th St, Miami FL

Miami, Florida, 33165

3 Bedrooms

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Vista Verde at Westchester

Vista Verde at Westchester

Miami, Florida, 33174

Studio/1 BedroomUp to $1,275

2 BedroomsUp to $1,450

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1051 SW 145th Ct, Miami FL

1051 SW 145th Ct, Miami FL

Miami, Florida, 33184

3+ Bedrooms

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$700 One bedroom in Miami-90th Ave  Sw

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13822  Kendale Lakes Dr

13822 Kendale Lakes Dr

Miami, Florida, 33183

3 Bedrooms

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