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    Hi guys,

    im looking out for accomodation around Holborn London?

    would you suggest living in a shared house? or in student accomodation places like Unite?

    any guidance will be useful. .

    Thankyou
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    (Original post by LuckKaur85)
    Hi guys,

    im looking out for accomodation around Holborn London?

    would you suggest living in a shared house? or in student accomodation places like Unite?

    any guidance will be useful. .

    Thankyou
    First decide how far you're willing to travel. BPP schedules can be really random. either all classes in 2 days or over 4 days. How far would you be willing to travel if you had to on a daily basis?
    The further out you live the cheaper. So if you want to live closer, a shared house would be the cheapest option. Do you have friends you can rent with? can you live with strangers?
    Private halls can be very expensive but might be the best option if you're finicky about people/cleanliness/bills.
    Also be aware that if you're travelling in, balance out the cost of a monthly/yearly tube pass and the difference in rent you would have to pay. Also don't forget that there can sometimes be problems on the tube. Depending on what course you are doing at BPP there are attendance requirements (BPTC you can only miss 14 classes before you're booted off the course) and classes can start at 9am.
 
 
 
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