You’ve done the hard part; you’ve studied hard, you’ve aced your exams and you’ve been accepted into your first choice university. Hurrah!
If you think that’s the only hard part then think again. While studying is your first priority you also need to consider your living arrangements. You’re going to be living away from home for at least three years of your life, which means that you need to choose somewhere that’s right for you.
In 2013 consumer body Which? published a really useful guide on the pros and cons of each type of living arrangement on offer to you, whether it’s living in halls, private accommodation or even staying at home.
The majority of first year students live on campus in halls of residence, but this only applies for your first year and may not suit you or your lifestyle.
Read the article below and see what suits you. At Student Facilities Management we’ve got some awesome living quarters that will provide you with all the latest mod cons to make it feel like a home from home.
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