study, work & travel

At ELC, we understand that is important to every student to stay in an environment where they feel comfortable and at home. As every student has different preferences and budgets we offer a range of quality accommodation options to suit everyone's expectations and needs. All of these choices will give students a comfortable and safe environment where they can study, relax and enjoy their time in Kuala Lumpur.

ELC Student Apartments

The ELC Student Apartments are modern and beautifully furnished apartments. They are exclusive to ELC students and welcome an international mix. Make life-long friends, live and study English with students from different countries.

They meet outstanding quality standards, offer great facilities and the location is ideal.

  • Independent living with friends from all over the world
  • Fully-equipped kitchen
  • Swimming pool & gymnasium facilities
  • 5-minute walk from to ELC for the Student Apartments at Angkasa Impian 2 or Fahrenheit 88
  • 15-minute monorail ride from Titiwangsa Sentral Student Apartments to ELC.

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Student House Front

Serviced Apartments

For those who prefer to stay in Serviced Apartments, these are a few choices available:

  • Prince Hotel & Residence
  • ParkRoyal Service Suites
  • Fahrenheit 88 Suites
  • Dynasty Hotel
  • Swiss Garden Hotel & Residences

Housekeeping provided:

  • Fully-furnished rooms with daily change of towels, beddings, toiletries, etc.
  • Fully-equipped kitchen with cooking utensils

Other accommodation options

If you are staying in Kuala Lumpur for an extended period of time you may wish to find your own accommodation such as a room in a shared house. ELC has a bulletin board where people may advertise rooms for rent. You would usually be required to pay a bond equivalent to 4 weeks rent and contribute your share of bills.

Student Residence

Cost of Living Index:

Kuala Lumpur 55
Singapore 102
London 146

An average international student in Kuala Lumpur spends about USD 100 a week on food, clothing, entertainment, transport and phone.