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Not booked accommodation yet?

If you haven’t found somewhere to live yet and are looking for student accommodation advice, a good starting point is to find out what your options are. Here are the top five things you need to do…
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Ten tips for keeping your student room clean and tidy

As a student, your room is your safe haven. Here’s how to keep it tidy.
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How to find the right student accommodation for you

This is it. Life is good. You’re going to uni. Is it going to be the party paradise of on-campus halls, or a flat-share right in the middle of town? Maybe the cost of rent will decide, what supports on hand, or whether there’s a bus stop nearby. There’s lots to consider, so let’s break it down and make the decision easier.
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Student accommodation: Your rights

When it comes to the place you live at university or college, there are minimum student accommodation standards to make sure you’re living somewhere suitable.
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Accommodation and maintenance loans: How does it all work?

What are student accommodation and maintenance loans and how do they work? From applying to paying it back, here’s all the information you need.
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Can I live in halls in my second or third year?

There comes a time during your first or second year of university when you need to start thinking about where you're going to live next. But if you’re not sure that private accommodation is for you, is it possible to stay in halls?
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Accommodation for disabled students or those with individual needs

If you’re a disabled student or have different learning needs, and are thinking about your university accommodation options, there are a few things you’ll want to consider. ​​​​​​​In this guide, we look at the different housing choices for students with disabilities, arranging for adjustments where necessary, and the funding options available to you.
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Is student accommodation first come first serve?

Universities and colleges usually have a wide range of accommodation options. In most cases it’s worth applying for a place to live as soon as you can. There’s a lot on offer – and most students are able to live in one of their preferred kinds of accommodation.
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Your uni shopping list – 10 things you won't want to leave behind

People forget all sorts when they start university, from laptop chargers to bedding, food – even clothes. So it’s a good idea to make a list of what you’ll need to get before you head to uni.
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Five questions to ask in a COVID world

When looking for student digs, it’s important you make sure you have everything covered — including how to keep yourself safe, and what the accommodation provider has in place to help you. Here are five questions you should ask when researching your accommodation options in a COVID world.