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For those whose planning on living in accommodation where's the best one for seacole campus???x
For January starters I've been looking at private accommodation which is much nicer than halls 🤔 It's a tiny bit more expensive but we have lots of time to work and save! If anyone was interested in doing that with me then give me a shout. Definitely worth thinking about
I only live 45 minutes away and I'm living in . I know it will take a lot longer in rush hour or on public transport. Also I think that living in will mean being a bigger part of student life. No I don't think it's too late to apply. They don't allocate rooms till August anyway.
yep everyone will be in the same situation. I am at uclan uni now living away from home doing a foundation degree. I have decided to move closer to home but in halls because I still want to keep my independence but be closer to home. It is a big change but I think that you get used to it quicker than you think you will. I enjoy living away from home mostly but sometimes I do miss it. Although I feel I don't have the best student life here which is one of the reasons I'm moving to bcu.