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    I would get accommodation.

    I went to sheff Hallam 2 years ago and lived at home been 30 mins away on bus. It wasn't the travelling it was the fact that people on my course already had made social groups with them all living in halls so It was hard to break into it.

    Now I'm living in halls and loving jt
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    (Original post by Aaronw1995)
    I would get accommodation.

    I went to sheff Hallam 2 years ago and lived at home been 30 mins away on bus. It wasn't the travelling it was the fact that people on my course already had made social groups with them all living in halls so It was hard to break into it.

    Now I'm living in halls and loving jt
    Yeah I suppose.

    Is coventry a good uni?
    Can I get anaccomadation with girls only?
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    (Original post by Anonbabes)
    Yeah I suppose.

    Is coventry a good uni?
    Can I get anaccomadation with girls only?

    Depends on what you're studying. From what I know of students who live in the area, it's not the greatest uni, but my course is NHS accredited so it doesn't bother me.

    I haven't heard of single sex accommodation at Coventry. I'm also a Muslim girl looking for accommodation. I'm trying to find other Muslim girls for a flatshare in Coventry.
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    Depends on what you're studying. From what I know of students who live in the area, it's not the greatest uni, but my course is NHS accredited so it doesn't bother me.

    I haven't heard of single sex accommodation at Coventry. I'm also a Muslim girl looking for accommodation. I'm trying to find other Muslim girls for a flatshare in Coventry.
    Ganna be studying Dietetics inshallah.

    Well I've applied for Uni accomadation
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    (Original post by Anonbabes)
    Ganna be studying Dietetics inshallah.

    Well I've applied for Uni accomadation
    I'm going to be studying dietetics too! Oh have you? I think I'm going to have to just in case I can't find room mates for private accommodation but I'm really worried about the culture/lifestyle clash. That, and having to wear a hijab in the kitchen!

    InshaAllah I'll meet you in September!
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    (Original post by LondonRaani)
    I'm going to be studying dietetics too! Oh have you? I think I'm going to have to just in case I can't find room mates for private accommodation but I'm really worried about the culture/lifestyle clash. That, and having to wear a hijab in the kitchen!

    InshaAllah I'll meet you in September!
    What accommodation have you applied to?

    I know! I was worried too
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    (Original post by LondonRaani)
    I'm going to be studying dietetics too! Oh have you? I think I'm going to have to just in case I can't find room mates for private accommodation but I'm really worried about the culture/lifestyle clash. That, and having to wear a hijab in the kitchen!

    InshaAllah I'll meet you in September!
    Are you going Coventry Uni / Notts? Cuz I've seen another thread of yours...
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    (Original post by Anonbabes)
    What accommodation have you applied to?

    I know! I was worried too
    I've out university owned houses as my first choice, but I think i'm going to look for a studio flat if I can't find any flatmates.
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    (Original post by anonbabes)
    are you going coventry uni / notts? Cuz i've seen another thread of yours...
    yes thats me lmao
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    (Original post by LondonRaani)
    yes thats me lmao
    No I am saying I'm confused. Here you say you're going Coventry , but why are you seeking flatmates at Notts Uni thread?
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    (Original post by Anonbabes)
    No I am saying I'm confused. Here you say you're going Coventry , but why are you seeking flatmates at Notts Uni thread?
    Coventry is my firm, Nottingham is my insurance. So I'm trying to sort accommodation for both so I'm not having to find properties/flatmates last minute
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    (Original post by LondonRaani)
    Coventry is my firm, Nottingham is my insurance. So I'm trying to sort accommodation for both so I'm not having to find properties/flatmates last minute
    What made you choose this course?
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    (Original post by Anonbabes)
    I'm so confused.

    Travelling via train:
    Pros- quickest way of travelling and cheaper than accommodation
    Cons- 2h journey, need to catch two trains

    Accomadation:
    Pros- don't need to travel far, etc
    Cons- very expensive and I'm sure I can't afford it, don't know the type of people u will live with.


    Advice?

    SeanFM Alexion AwesomeGenius
    I would love to actually know where you live for it to be a 2 hr commute by train. I know Birmingham locals and people who live in villages outside of Coventry commute in, but you've got to be outside the West Midlands border surely?
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    (Original post by mcgreevy1993)
    I would love to actually know where you live for it to be a 2 hr commute by train. I know Birmingham locals and people who live in villages outside of Coventry commute in, but you've got to be outside the West Midlands border surely?
    Live in the east Midlands. Decided to stay at an accomadation
 
 
 
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