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The high level of academics and ideal location at Villanova University make the institution one of the top schools for student living in the East. Located in Radnor Township, a neighborhood just 12 miles from Philadelphia, strewn with other colleges and universities, Villanova attracts high-achievers to student housing with its comfort and proximity to the assets of a large city. The university was established in 1842 by the Order of Saint Augustine, making it the oldest Catholic university in Pennsylvania. Since then, it has grown into an institution that is nationally reputed in a variety of fields.

Scholars interested in a range of academic disciplines come to Villanova University for student living, and many of them enter a top program in their field. For more than a decade, the universiyt at large has been ranked number one by the U.S News & World Report in the category of Best Universities-Masters in the northern region. Aside from this distinction, several of Villanova’s schools and colleges have received acclaim independently. The undergraduate engineering program has been ranked 9th by the U.S. News, the School of Law ranked 61st, and the Villanova School of Business was ranked 7th in Business Week’s 2011 ranks of undergraduate programs, and the School of Law .

Off campus housing in Radnor Township, Pennsylvania, positions students among several other regional colleges and a community that supports the student lifestyle. A university apartment can add convenience to a student’s busy schedule, and place them amid the popular shops and eateries on West Lancaster Avenue. The Byrn Mawr Film Institute and Silk Cuisine for pad Thai and drunken noodles are particularly notable attractions.

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