Your guide to starting university life

From leaving home to making new friends and pursuing your dreams, university can be the most exciting time of your life. We look at what you need to consider before stepping into the world of higher education.

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Getting homely with Glasgow’s Gallery Apartments

In the heart of Glasgow’s city centre, Gallery Apartments features a variety of studios and two bedroom apartments suitable for all students.

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Glasgow freshers invited to ‘try before you buy’ in student accommodation first

Accepted to a Glasgow uni? Have a stay in brand new student accommodation until September! 😍

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Important Factors to Consider Before your First Year at University

Almero Student Mansions know a thing or two about student life – here’s their guide to get you through first year at university Getting ready for your first year at university is very exciting but there is also some work to do to get everything in place. Once you have been accepted for your course, preparing your accommodation and finances is key to ensuring you are set for a fun and gruelling year at university. Sorting accommodation Top of your to-do list should be accommodation – there are a variety of options but the later you leave it, the smaller these…

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A Guide to Renting Private Accommodation for New Students

Luxury student accommodation providers Collegiate offer some tips on finding the right place to stay at university Once you have decided where you are going to attend university, the next biggest decision will be choosing where to live. There are two main categories of accommodation to choose from – halls of residence and private. In this article, we compare the differences between halls and private renting, to help you decide why private renting might be the better option for you. Halls versus Private There are pros and cons for both options, but the choice is entirely a personal one. Many universities…

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Living in Student Accommodation – The Pros and Cons

Your UCAS application has been submitted, and soon you’ll be faced with the decision of what university to attend. But the uni’s location could have a huge impact on where you go. You could either move out on your own, or stay at home with your family – either choice will surely change your life. Should you stay or should you go? It’s time to find out… The Pros “I think the best part of living away from home is definitely the sense of freedom you get. It’s hard being away from your family but I guess it’s all part…

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