Thanks!! FYI I'm an undergrad applying for Leeds Study Abroad Programme. So it would great if I can meet more undergrad ppl~ I haven't thought about private properties before...Thanks 4 your advice! Opal 3 looks really nice~ But here comes a serious problem: The payment term n Opal is either annual or instalment. However I'll only study here for one semester. It seems that they cant allow me to book one for 5 months...
(Original post by Moonbeam1991)
I have a friend at Montague and im not sure about the quantity of Internationals at Montague, I dont think there are many Internationals there. Though it is quiet nice yet simplistic, everywhere is pretty safe in Leeds compared to most UK cities.
I would suggest looking into private properties: IQ, CRM Priory, Opal 3, Sky Plaza these are good for Internationals, IQ has 3 blocks and one block is for international students which is really good, but you will still have British Undergrads and Postgrads nearby.
Sentinel Towers is a good bet full of internationals on PG courses, Grayson heights not heard of it, it must be exclusive International place again.
Its up to you but you will want to be near Internationals but not just Internationals its nice to mix with 2nd or 3rd year British students or preferably PG British students more your age aswell for the experience.
Last edited by BWNautilus; 01-05-2010 at 16:33.
Ignore the premium classic thing, all UNITE properties do this and at some there is a difference, but at Concept it doesnt matter its literally if you have are higher up your premium, because you get a better view out of your window. The building is hard to explain but ill try. Stick with cheapest option I would advise you dont get more if you pay more apart from a view, unless thats big deal for you then its not worth it.
(Original post by shotgun-city)
In concept place, whats the difference between premium and classic rooms? aren't they just all the same in cluster flats? or is it like the two on the end are bigger and so you have to pay more?
and Moonbeam, appreciate all of the info, I'm deffinately going for Concept Place. So you'd recommend 3rd/4th floor? thank you
The lower floors I think 4 or 3 downwards have less rooms per floor but the rooms there are, are actually slightly more spacious as are the top two floors but one of those is all one bed flats. Ive seen the view its nice to be higher up but its not worth paying extra for. The clusters on each side of the building tend to have one room bigger than the others, try find floor plan online. And specifically ask for that room. Just dont go on on floor 1 as its just so low down and is a bit unsociable every year.
Last edited by Moonbeam1991; 01-05-2010 at 20:31.