Students outside Valencia campus

Study abroad students are required to stay in housing arranged by Berklee.

Living together as a cohort of students provides a safe and comfortable environment while abroad.

Several months before the program begins, students will be asked to submit their housing preferences, including preferred room type (single or double) and roommate (if applicable). Submitting your housing preferences is not a guarantee that you will be assigned your preferred housing option. Once assignments are made, changes may be considered on a case-by-case basis and cannot be guaranteed.

If you would like to request specific housing accommodations due to a disability, please contact the office of Accessibility Resources: accessibilityresources@berklee.edu.

Your housing reservation will be made by Berklee*.

*Please note that in addition to housing Berklee’s undergraduate students, Livensa Living Valencia Marina Real lodges students from Berklee’s non-residential programs as well as students from other academic institutions. Therefore, room availability is limited. Housing at Livensa will be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis upon receipt of the program deposit.

Berklee will provide students with alternative accommodation if the appropriate lodging for Berklee undergraduate students is no longer available at Livensa. Should you be provided with alternative housing, please keep in mind that the amenities and location may vary. More information will become available to you as soon as possible once the need for alternative housing is confirmed.


Livensa Living Valencia Marina Real
Livensa Living (formerly known as Collegiate Marina Real) is a luxury residence that offers incredible amenities and an unbeatable location by Valencia’s marina—just a few steps from the beach. Each room has a private bathroom, kitchen facilities, and a mini fridge.

Housing costs vary by room type. See Tuition and Related Costs for Study Abroad for more information.


Students have access to many services at the residence, including:

  • 24/7 concierge
  • High-speed broadband Wi-Fi
  • Exterior swimming pool
  • Two rooftop sun terraces
  • Outdoor courtyard
  • Private fitness suite
  • Bicycle storage
  • Dinner party room
  • Library & private study room
  • Games room
  • On-site cinema
  • Laundry room
  • Music rooms
  • Calendar of events and activities

Meals are not included with housing. The residence does not have a cafeteria. Many students buy food at local supermarkets and prepare their meals at home. There are also many great cafes and restaurants close to the residence and near the Berklee campus.

Housing Dates

Housing is available from the first day of student move-in to the last day of student move-out, as indicated on the academic calendar. Study Abroad students staying for an academic year may stay in the residence (or leave their belongings there) during winter break, however they must contact the Student Affairs team in Valencia to make those arrangements.

Arriving to the Residence

Once you arrive in Valencia, the easiest way to get from the airport to the residence is by taxi. There is a taxi stand at the airport. Tell your taxi driver you are going to:

Livensa Living Valencia Marina Real
Calle Francesc Cubells, 7
46011 Valencia, España

Getting to Campus

The Berklee campus is located approximately 1.5 miles from the student residence. Students can bike, walk or take the public bus to school.

  • Bike: Many students take advantage of Valenbisi, Valencia’s public bike-sharing system. For approximately 30 euros students can sign up for a yearly pass that allows them unlimited use of bicycles, with the first half hour of each trip being free. There are Valenbisi stations located all around the city, including several that are close to the residence and to the campus.
  • Walk: Valencia is known for its beautiful weather! Walking is a great way to travel to campus, while getting some exercise and soaking in the sun. Average travel time is 20-25 minutes.
  • Bus: There are public buses that easily connect the residence with our campus. Line 99 of the local EMT bus system has an average travel time of 20 minutes between the residence and the stop at El Saler mall, which is only 5 minutes walking distance from campus.