The Class Foundation announces its upcoming series of events: the Student Living Forum, designed for anyone in the real estate, investment, higher education, tech or student housing and wellbeing industries.
The Student Living Forum will provide an informative, engaging, and inspiring platform for discussing the latest trends and developments in student living. Expert panellists will cover a wide range of topics including financing and construction, design, community engagement, and more. They will provide cutting-edge insights and innovative perspectives that are sure to spark lively discussions and fresh ideas.
Event dates for the Student Living Forum
- Thursday, 20 April 2023: Student Living in the UK
- Thursday, 1 June 2023: PropTech Summit – PBSA & Coliv
- Thursday, 13 July 2023: Student Living In Iberia
- Thursday, 7 September 2023: Student Living in Italy
The Class Foundation’s Student Living Forum will provide a platform for discussing the latest trends and developments in this exciting and rapidly-growing market. This includes the co-living market in Europe, which is rapidly growing and is expected to reach $14.bBn by 2027, with a compound annual growth rate of 22.2%. Co-living has become increasingly popular among younger people, especially students and urban professionals, who are drawn to its affordability, flexibility and community-focused living arrangements.
It also includes the rise of the gig economy and remote work, that has made co-living an attractive option for many people who are looking for more affordable and convenient housing options.
By 2025, there will be eight million international students in Europe and the entire sector will be valued at approximately $147bn. The forum is targeted to investor, a higher education provider, a housing operator or a tech provider – and provides an opportunity to connect across industries and be a part of the conversation.
For more information and to register for the Student Living Forum, visit www.theclassfoundation.com/events.
The Class Foundation is a non-profit organisation and a leading player in the student housing industry, dedicated to promoting and supporting the latest trends and developments in student living. Through events like the Student Living Forum, they aim to connect and engage with industry professionals, students, and other stakeholders in the student housing community.