By a student who moved countries twice and lived in six different cities. “New month, new home, new start, new intentions, new goals, new light, and new beginnings.” Summer is over and it’s time to start a new chapter in your life and move to another city. Moving cities can be scary and nerve-wracking, but … Read More “Eight tips to keep in mind when moving to university”
The Echo has put together a selection of the best places for students to live in Liverpool, and St. Andrews Gardens has made the list! St Andrews Gardens is located conveniently to the university and the city centre. Offering 100MB WiFi, Large Beds, All Inclusive Utility Bills and Laundry Facilities Onsite, why live anywhere else? If … Read More “The Liverpool Student Accommodation Guide”
According to Natwest’s student living index, Edinburgh is the priciest place to pursue your academic ambitions, with the obvious guess – London – way down in seventh place! A total of 2,500 students were surveyed during the research in order to discover the most and least affordable places for students to study, of 25 university … Read More “A new study to determine the most expensive cities for students has sprung a surprise.”
Homes for Students, one of the UK’s leading providers of student accommodation, currently has three available properties in buzzing student city Nottingham.
Nottingham has more than 300 places to eat and drink in the centre alone, and the nightlife scene is a mix of music, drinks and entertainment, from sophisticated cocktail bars to quaint real ale pubs and a fine choice of music venues.
Ever dreamed of studying in London but been put off by the stereotypes about the expense involved? If so, prepare for a nice surprise!
A new study has revealed that the capital is NOT the most expensive city in the UK for students – in fact, it doesn’t even rank in the top five of pricey places!
With results day just around the corner, thousands of young people around the country will soon be frantically logging in to UCAS with baited breath to discover if they have received a conditional offer from their chosen university.
Unfortunately, not everyone gets into the university that they are hoping for, because they have not gained the required grades.