Homestay is aiming to use its website to place the growing number of study abroad students with the right accommodations
Between now and 2020, the amount of students studying languages abroad is expected to increase from 4 to 7 million.
At the same time, overcrowded colleges and universities frequently face housing and accommodation shortages for even national students.
"Institutions are setting targets to have 15 percent of their student population come from international borders," said Alan Clarke, CEO of Homestay.com. "Many are currently at 3 percent. What that brings with it is...