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“choose carefully”

published 25/10/2001

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I would like to start this op by saying that I wish everyone well in choosing accomodation whilst at uni and hope that you make better decisions than I have. I have just started my second year at uni, but I'll tell you a bit about my first year initially. I decided to come to Hull right at the...

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Excellent

ProGuides both prospective and returning students on ...

ContraNot relevant to all unis, but is to most

It is difficult to write this opinion from a general perspective, as choosing and applying for accommodation varies so greatly between universities. I am about to start my 4th and final year at Warwick University, where I have lived both on and off campus. Based on my experiences, I shall try to...

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“Making The Leap”

published 01/05/2002

ProCan be great fun, independence

ContraCan be hell!

If you are going to university away from home you need to find somewhere to live. For most first years, this will be in halls, and most large universities will have a good choice of accommodation. I have left university now (although that is another story), but I was at Cardiff and recieved an...

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Super

ProLocation, facilities, average price

Contraold buildings

I have been a student at Aston university for 4 yrs now and over that time I have visited friends at other universities and noticed the considerable differences between the accommodation. So I decided to write about the halls of residence here as university is an important step in life and...

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“Dont dwell in hell”

published 11/08/2002

ProMinimum fuss, maximum enjoyment

ContraLugging belongings home in the holidays

If the mighty University of Sheffield is your chosen destination for intellectual nourishment in the coming years, you may be pondering over a place to hang your hat. Well fear not! I will throw a few valuable gems of information your way as I have trodden this daunting path before. Your first...

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Excellent

ProIt just makes so much sense!!!!!

ContraThe usual if you live with a stranger...

If you're a student paying around £280pcm for a grotty houseshare in scally central, miles out from where you need to be, living with four other strangers including the stinky guy nobody speaks to who uses all your toothpaste, doesn't replace loo roll and never washes up- WHY?? I'm not a student...

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