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Introduction
Murcia's University standards for the accommodation Service "Vimur"
1.- "Vimur" 's aim
2.- The International Relations Service's role in the accommodation programme "Vimur"
3.- Accommodation options.
4.- Application Procedure
5.- Applying to advertise as an accommodation provider
6.- Taking part in the Project. Conditions.


Introduction

The programme “Vivir en Murcia” was created in 2000 by Murcia’s University in response to the International students' needs to find accommodation in our city. This programme was promoted by Murcia’s International Relations Service (SRI) in order to help:

1. Students coming to Murcia as part of a mobility programme managed by the SRI of the University of Murcia.

2. Those enrolled in the University’s Spanish for Foreigners Courses. We allocate more than 500 people per academic year via this service in flats, residences, apartments and host families.

Due to the high level of applications, conditions and resources employed by this initiative need to revised.

THIS SERVICE WILL BE SUBJECT TO YEARLY FEES



Murcia's University standards for the accommodation Service "Vimur"
        

1.- "Vimur" 's aim

Work as a mediator between students or teachers, who are part of a mobility programme and/or similar, and landlords with the only aim of facilitating their incorporation to Murcia’s University.



2.- The International Relations Service's role in the accommodation programme "Vimur"

Our only role is that of mediator between both parties, we contact the owners as per the application requests. Once the reservation is made and we have confirmed that everything has been arranged for your arrival, the SRI will have completed its task and met the project's objective. The SRI will not be liable or held any responsibility over future relations tenant/ landlord.

If you are not satisfied with any aspects of the accommodation, you should contact the owner or administrator and discuss the matter with him/her. We would give advice if necessary but reaching an agreement is up to the parties. We can only help you search your first accommodation. Should a student wish to change lodgings during their stay at the University of Murcia, they must do so on their own.

Please note that there is a contract template that we can provide upon request.



3.- Accommodation options.

- Sharing accommodation (A). Renting of a room in a flat to share with other students where you can use the common areas and bills expenses, if any, will be divided among the tenants.- Living with a host family (B). Renting of a room in dwelling owned by a Spanish family. The aim of this option is to provide a full experience of culture and Spanish way of living. This includes half/ full board and weekly laundry, never involving any housework apart from keeping his/her room and common areas clean and tidy.- Renting accommodation (C). Renting of a dwelling by just one student, taking on full leasing and utility costs. Subsequently, and with the landlord’s consent, the tenant would be allowed to sublease the remaining rooms to other students, provided that all outcomes are registered in the contract and permitted by the landlord.- Stays of less than 3 months (D). VIMUR will try to give course to applications for less than 3 months through the above options of accommodation. Taking into the account their particularity, we will consider the accommodation options of flats, residences, hostels and hotels.Vimur will hep with practical information in the search for accommodation in the city, and will provide a list of flats and options available at the moment for you to contact the landlords directly once the decision is made. Should you require accommodation for the first few days, please apply through the temporary accommodation form stating check-in and check-out dates.



4.- Application Procedure

Once the user is logged in on the Web site http://vimur.um.es will be able to choose the preferred option of accommodation. Please note that it will not be possible to apply for accommodation until the user has been issued with a NIU number. This can only be issued once the Application Form has been sent, received and processed by our admission team. Once the NIU number is received, the user will be able to access the accommodation site, select the most suitable option from a range of properties and fill up the on-line application. We will be in contact shortly afterwards with more details on how to proceed. Please be advised that in order to cover administrative costs users of this service will be charged some fees that will be stated soon.



5.- Applying to advertise as an accommodation provider

Owners who wish to offer their dwellings to international students and teachers also need to register in the Web site http://vimur.um.es providing full details of the offer. This registration can be done directly from any Vimur office.



6.- Taking part in the Project. Conditions.

The International Relations Office of Murcia’s University assumes the role of mediator between students and landlords of flats either rented or shared. Should you be user or provider, please note that before taking part in this project you must accept the general conditions available at http://vimur.um.es



 
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