living in a house seemed to be the best option, and in fact almost the only one. I first looked for a residence, but the university offers very few. Then i looked for a Colegio mayor, which is a kinda residence, but with religious orientation, and it just was 3 times more expensive than a house, was very young, and had just too many rules (be back by 11, can't lock room, etc.) for someone used to autonomy. Anyway, looking for the adds of rooms to rent or appartments and houses to rent is pretty much what every does in granada, and with reason because its efficient. An advice would be to get there one or two weeks before beginning of classes if you want to find something in the best part of the city, which is Albayzin and Realejo, because competition is fierce there.
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