How different European countries house their student populations
The way in which different countries house their student populations differs widely, particularly across Europe.
The student population of 2026 will be very different to that of today
Demographic change will see student populations emerging from new global locations.
The rise – and rise – of global student housing investment
Student housing has proved to be a resilient asset class, both in Europe and further afield.
European alternative assets attract significant investment
Hotels, mixed-use buildings, student accommodation, senior housing, healthcare/clinics and leisure all broke into the big time last year.
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