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    Does anyone know which accomodation is the best whilst studying at MMU? I'm thinking either Birley, Cambridge or Daisybank but i've heard really mixed reviews. If anyone else is thinking of staying here or is studying business then please give me an add on facebook x
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    Hi!
    Does anyone know which accomodation is the best whilst studying at MMU? I'm thinking either Birley, Cambridge or Daisybank but i've heard really mixed reviews. If anyone else is thinking of staying here or is studying business then please give me an add on facebook x
    I can only comment on the Birley as this is where the majority of healthcare students stay (I'm an insurance choice 2016 nursing MMU applicant). Just consider closeness to campus/ your specific building for lectures and seminars (MMU is a little bit all over the place in terms of buildings!) and other factors you consider important like the cost and en-suite facilities etc. Student halls are student halls, they all have their pros and cons i'm afraid. See if you can find any other business applicants if you want to be close to people on your course. This probably wasn't great advice but none-the-less good luck!
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    I can only comment on the Birley as this is where the majority of healthcare students stay (I'm an insurance choice 2016 nursing MMU applicant). Just consider closeness to campus/ your specific building for lectures and seminars (MMU is a little bit all over the place in terms of buildings!) and other factors you consider important like the cost and en-suite facilities etc. Student halls are student halls, they all have their pros and cons i'm afraid. This probably wasn't great advice but none-the-less good luck!
    Yeah I'm definitely going to look into it more and do some research. Found some good private halls as well called mill point or liberty point which look pretty good x
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    Yeah I'm definitely going to look into it more and do some research. Found some good private halls as well called mill point or liberty point which look pretty good x
    Yeh private halls can be a lot more aesthetically pleasing than the Uni ones lol most of the ones in Manchester are great and sometimes cheaper than what the uni themselves charge!
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    check some reviews out on student accommodation services who'll give you an idea of what its like living there , I've Used pads for students when finding accommodation , I got a place that was suitable for me
 
 
 
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