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    I have applied to UCL and Bath for my bachelor studies. I am getting more and more worried that if I meet my offer for either of these unis I won't have a place to stay since I insured Bath which means I can't book accommodation there and I missed the UCL deadline for personal reasons (one of which was silliness but not the only one). Anyhow. My question is simple; where and how should I search for accomodation in London?
    I need a place close to the uni and preferably under 250-240 pounds a week for staying there (200 ideally). I will shorty apply for the accomodation through the university in hope that some people won't meet their offers (which happens) and their places might fall in my hands but it's a risk.
    So to sum it up. What to do?
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    Hey there, you can find plenty of rooms in London to rent that aren't student accommodation, at the price you're looking for so do not worry!
    Also a lot of student accommodations don't completely fill up. From a friends experience they go their place in uni through clearing and still managed to get accommodation there.

    If you're looking for something a bit above your price range, say 1200 per month, I'm looking for a student to rent my flat to, it's fully furnished bills included at that amazing price, and if you have a friend to rent with the cost will definitely go to your price range. It's opposite 2 blocks of student accommodation in Hale Village one minute from the victoria line. here is my post:


    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=4224042
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    (Original post by 130398)
    I have applied to UCL and Bath for my bachelor studies. I am getting more and more worried that if I meet my offer for either of these unis I won't have a place to stay since I insured Bath which means I can't book accommodation there and I missed the UCL deadline for personal reasons (one of which was silliness but not the only one). Anyhow. My question is simple; where and how should I search for accomodation in London?
    I need a place close to the uni and preferably under 250-240 pounds a week for staying there (200 ideally). I will shorty apply for the accomodation through the university in hope that some people won't meet their offers (which happens) and their places might fall in my hands but it's a risk.
    So to sum it up. What to do?
    Hello 130198,

    There's no need to worry, if need be there are plenty of great private accommodations that you can choose from. We have some accommodations in London, if you'd like to check us out.

    We'd love to have you stay with us, and wish you the best of luck.

    Callum
 
 
 
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