Friday, 21 August 2015

Still looking for accommodation?

Got a place at uni but don’t have a place in halls? Are you still hunting for somewhere to live during your studies? Here are our top three tips to help you find your ideal student pad:
Talk to the accommodation team at your uni – ask them if they have a waiting list for halls of residence. Some students change their mind before term starts, so a room may become available for you.
Consider private halls – there are loads of these! They’re really popular and can be found all over the UK. Private halls are close to university campuses, have great facilities and everything you could need, whilst still maintaining a student environment. Head to today to find private halls near your uni.
Find a house share – lots of students in their second and third years will be looking for housemates to share with, so there are plenty of opportunities out there. Your uni might be able to help you find approved landlords near the campus. Students’ unions often have boards or forums for students at your university who are looking for a housemate, so it’s worth checking there too.

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