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When beginning your housing search, start by checking with classmates and friends to see where they are interning, or if they have connections in the location you'll be interning. You may be able to share an apartment or sublet to cut down costs. Talking with your network about options may yield some viable possibilities.

Many colleges and universities open up their residence halls for short-term, affordable rentals to college students in the area during the summer; check individual college websites or contact institutions to inquire about housing. College newspapers may also list information on student-friendly apartments or sublets.

As you begin your search, prepare a budget to determine how much you can realistically afford to spend on housing. If you choose to share living arrangements with a friend, talk about financial limitations to assure you are in agreement. Before signing any rental or sublet agreements, be sure to thoroughly read all contracts and make sure you, and any potential roommate, are clear about all terms of the agreement.

If you are looking outside university housing, you may wish to arrive with enough time before your internship starts to secure housing; this allows you to physically see properties.

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General Resources

Note: These housing resources have been found helpful by previous Yale students and alums. Please note that this list is far from comprehensive and that the appearance of a resource on this list does not imply any endorsement from Yale Univeristy or the Office of Career Strategy. The Office of Career Strategy and Yale provide these resources as a convenience, do not vet them, and make no representations as to the qualifications or experience of the resources. Students must perform their own due diligence and use their own discretion and judgment when making decisions about housing. Students are also encouraged to ask their employers, program, or other contacts directly about additional resources.

Housing Resources: US Cities

FAQ: Atlanta, GA

FAQ: Boston, MA

FAQ: Chicago, IL

FAQ: Houston, TX

FAQ: Los Angeles, CA

FAQ: New Haven, CT

FAQ: New York, NY

FAQ: Philadelphia, PA

FAQ: Pittsburgh, PA

FAQ: Portland, OR

FAQ: San Francisco, CA

FAQ: Seattle, WA

FAQ: Washington, DC

Housing Resources: International Cities

FAQ: Beijing, China

FAQ: Buenos Aires, Argentina

FAQ: Hong Kong

FAQ: London, England

FAQ: Madrid, Spain

FAQ: Rome, Italy

FAQ: Santiago, Chile

FAQ: Singapore

  • Property Guru
  • Yale-NUS College (please contact the Office of Career Strategy for details)

FAQ: Seoul, South Korea

FAQ: Sydney, Australia

FAQ: Taipei, Taiwan

FAQ: Toronto, Canada