Accommodation in Aylesbury?

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lou_cow
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Hey,
I was just wondering if anyone knows about accommodation if your studying at Bedford University but you're based at the Buckinghamshire campus in Aylesbury? I can find plenty about the Luton and Bedford campus' but nothing about the newer Aylesbury one and I'm wondering if it's an actual campus with halls etc or just a student lets type thing?
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I am looking for exactly the same thing. I havent seen the accommodation and its really frustrating since there isnt much information on the buckinghamshire campus! Are you starting soon?
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Aylesbury is an a-level college campus so has no
Halls. Nearby fairford leys has new flats. I live in Aylesbury ad go to uni in Amersham and High Wycombe. You may be able to check Stoke Mandeville for nurses accomidation
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Thank u xx
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Did you guys find an answer yet?! I'm studying at the Oxford House/Aylesbury campus already. Basically you'll be provided/offered accommodation at Stoke Mandeville Hospital (Aylesbury), or High Wycombe General Hospital. They're student Halls. NHS accommodation. Very reasonably priced.
But no, it's not an actual campus, it's just class rooms, and you live at the hospital site. Hope that helps !
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(Original post by chelseano1fan)
Did you guys find an answer yet?! I'm studying at the Oxford House/Aylesbury campus already. Basically you'll be provided/offered accommodation at Stoke Mandeville Hospital (Aylesbury), or High Wycombe General Hospital. They're student Halls. NHS accommodation. Very reasonably priced.
But no, it's not an actual campus, it's just class rooms, and you live at the hospital site. Hope that helps !
Hi im starting next month, thanks for ur answer. Is it in harrington house by any chance?? x
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The accommodation is brand new i think on the side of the road by the main hospital. Wycombe general no longer has A and E so paitents have to travel 18 miles up the A4010 to stoke mandeville
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Hi, anyone give some details about what the nursing accommodation at the Buckinghamshire site are like? As i am due to start in march and was wondering what the rooms would be like?
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Hey! Im also due to start in March but have not yet sorted my accomodation, I have had no information or anything about the accomodation and starting to panic as im travelling from far! Help! x
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Im starting my Nursing Degree on March 2012 in Aylesbury. I have looked for some places to rent. Anyone whos interested to share with me?
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Megz if you want we can help each other. I dont know anyone in Aylesbury, im from London..
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Hey yes that would be great! Just recieved info pack, telling me there is no accomodation, do u have facebook or an email so we can keep in touch? x
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hey everyone im also starting adult nursing in march, looking for accomodation in Aylesbury everyone looking forward to starting ? x
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Hi - I'm Olivia, starting midwifery in September and looking for accommodation if anyone knows of a spare room please!
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