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Fifteen things I learnt in my first year of uni

  1. The first month is horrible and you’ll want to pack up and leave everyday and that’s okay. Stick with it, all feelings are temporary.
  2. If you don’t want to drink don’t.
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6 Benefits of living in a Purpose Built Student Accommodation or Private Halls of Residence

Got placed in a University? But still deciding where to stay, then this might help you decide. College isn’t as fancy as it seemed in Gossip Girl, it is a hard road to survival. 480 more words

Halls Of Residence

5 Reasons Why Ashburne Hall is the Best!

So, you’ve got your offer from Manchester. You’re looking forward to the prospect of living by yourself and being able to eat chips and gravy in bed at 5am, but first you have to pass those all important exams. 554 more words


From easter egg hunts to house hunts

Before Easter, the University held “accommodation tours”- showing the various types of residences we have available. As you may have seen on the Uni website there are 3 different areas where most of the halls are. 755 more words

University Life

Differences between City Campus and St Johns accommodation 

So you’ve decided to spread your wings and fly the nest but where will you be living while at university? If you are deciding to live in halls, then it is the perfect opportunity to embrace student life and here, at Worcester, we have two campuses to choose from. 437 more words

Applying To University

More for their money: students have ideas for how Clayhill could improve

By Becca Difford-Smith

Students think Clayhill should provide better facilities for its residents to make things more accessible and convenient. 393 more words


Maggot and mould infestations at Kingston Uni digs

Mould, mushrooms and maggots are amongst a list of pest problems at Kingston University’s Clayhill site, said students. 551 more words