The Deusto Hall of Residence is a residential centre for males and females at the University of Deusto and owned by the Society of Jesus. It provides full accommodation for students from any university in a safe environment that encourages study and coexistence. It is also:
- A space to grow and learn tolerance and respect.
- A home to live the feeling of independence in a family atmosphere.
- A place where people who do not know each other end up sharing experiences and consolidating bonds that often last a lifetime.
Why stay at a Hall of Residence?
People have the wrong idea that a University Hall of Residence and a residence hall are the same thing. A University Hall of Residence offers university students a learning project complementary to their studies. The aim is to enhance their social, leadership, conflict management, decision-making and negotiation, teamwork, time management skills, among others. And all of this means that students will start working on skills that will be very useful in the job market. Furthermore, a University Hall of Residence encourages participation in the organisation of the centre itself, with representatives elected by students themselves. They are young people from different backgrounds who share much more than just accommodation, they share a life.