Alloggiami Mirafiori Student Housing is a non-profit under Associazione Aris run by Tecla Zaia, involved in welcoming students, PhDs, Interns, transfer employees etc. in the quarter of Mirafiori Sud, Turin.
To change the collective consciousness about the empty and older neighborhood.
Offer Mirafiori inhabitants the possibility to have their income accommodating students in their houses.
To offer foreign students, visiting professors, and interns the possibility to find accommodation at a low price.
To promote a cultural mix in the neighborhood.
The objective of the association is to regenerate the neighborhood of
Mirafiori Sud, Turin by building sustainable and inclusive multicultural
communities through social housing, running socio-cultural activities, collaborating and launching initiatives with other stakeholders that provide access to safe and inclusive public spaces, and supporting positive economic, social, and environmental links between urban areas and thereby strengthening local development planning.
Associazione Aris abides by United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 11: Make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient, and sustainable.
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Since the inception of Alloggiami, we have welcomed 1000+ students from 53 different countries
Activities, parties, and events are organized to promote the meeting of the students and the community. Often we meet students in our Co-working space which is a meeting point for dancing, playing board games, co-working, having a drink with friends, or meeting new ones.
We also offer a study room (with Wi-Fi) and a library with more than 2000 books that have been newly built-in in 2015. It provides a quiet and spacious area for students to study and collaborate with others.
Mirafiori is a green, calm, and safe quarter where you can concentrate well and introduce yourself to a welcoming community.
We are collaborating with 10+ apartments for the next academic year. Contact us for more information, pictures of the rooms and details on finding the accommodation that will suit your needs.
Update Aug 2021: Green certificate needed before check-in into the apartments - The COVID-19 Green Certificate makes it easier to travel to Italy and other countries of the European Union and to the countries of the Schengen area. To enter Italy with the COVID-19 Green Certificate, travelers must meet one of the following conditions, as shown in the Certificate:
have completed the prescribed anti-SARS-CoV-2 vaccination cycle for at least 14 days
or have recovered from COVID-19
or have taken a molecular or antigen swab test within 48 hours prior to entering Italy with negative results. - Ministry of Health
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