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Which is the best but reasonable accommodation at Nottingham Trent? I'm hoping to study psychology so I need to be near the city centre
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http://www.ntu.ac.uk/study_with_us/a...ide/index.html

If you follow the link above it will take you to a useful page about accommodation that Nottingham Trent offer, the other option is to look for Private accomodation, but for first year i recommend Halls of Residence as this will mean that you will get to meet other freshers.
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Victoria hall is the best as it is only £89 per week, the staff are lovely and I enjoyed staying there. It's a private hall rather than a university run one.
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Victoria hall is the best as it is only £89 per week, the staff are lovely and I enjoyed staying there. It's a private hall rather than a university run one.
In their website, they say international students have to pay in full when booking so I guess Victoria isn't an option. Any more good private halls?
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In their website, they say international students have to pay in full when booking so I guess Victoria isn't an option. Any more good private halls?
I thought that was the case for all of them unless you have a uk based guarantor? IQ looks nice but never stayed there myself. Trinity square as well. A girl on my course had to stay in university owned halls in Clifton cos she didn't have a guarantor. Look into it.
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I thought that was the case for all of them unless you have a uk based guarantor? IQ looks nice but never stayed there myself. Trinity square as well. A girl on my course had to stay in university owned halls in Clifton cos she didn't have a guarantor. Look into it.
I don't really know much about that but is seems all private halls do ask for it, yes.
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