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£89 a week for 'deluxe' en-suite room in Liverpool.
Apparently broadband is £155 a year...
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I paid £65 a week all-in in halls last year (double bed, en-suite) which I believe is rising to £75 this year. So, I'm going for a house share at £45 a week plus bills.
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(Original post by JayB124)
alisonlouise, im also staying in Liverpool (Grand Central) including internet and utilites it roughly £100p/w. I think its a bit pants tbh. . However I am living alone so costs will be higher for me.
Are u in a studio? how *** u wen for that? is ur internet included in the weekly price or sep? Wen u movin in??
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Annually £3666.39
Over 39 weeks that works out £94.01 per week.
Self catered, ensuite, all bills/utilites included & internet connection.
The Hall is all all brand new too, was only built last year
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Was £70 a week in non-ensuite self catering halls.

Now £55 a week in shared house. Add in bills plus broadband etc to that though.
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£59/week in a shared house - bills are included. It's even better because I have the only bedroom on the ground floor, so the downstairs toilet is effectively my own en-suite during the nights
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£2,200 a year. I think it works out at about £60 a week. Standard room, on-campus.
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Mine is ensuite, self catered, with broadband in the center of birmingham £83 thats gone up from last yr
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£93.80 a week @ Solent for en-suite.
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£72 a week, self-catered, non-ensuite (sink in room) in Glasgow. Internet connection included.
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£107 per week en suite halls with gym membership.
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About £90 a week, non-ensuite, part-catered (5 evening meals a week) and shared kitchen facilities.
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Just shy of £100 pw, self catered, en-suite..
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£86.96 for a top floor en-suite room at Anglia Ruskin, self catered.
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At Surrey if I get my first choice I'll be paying £115 a week for an ensuit, enhanced, self-catered room with broadband.

But I don't want to go there, apparently it is mainly for the international students, and while I have no problem with that, I think in my first year I'd rather be with fellow Brits.

So my 2nd choice is £94 for an ensuit, self catered room with broardband.
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£4697 including a bar, jcr, security,internet,contents insurance, electricty, water, heating, kitchen, ensuite facilities, tv etc. it's self-catered in Nottingham.
works out at £107/week and cheaper than halls.
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(Original post by therealrandomgirl)
At Surrey if I get my first choice I'll be paying £115 a week for an ensuit, enhanced, self-catered room with broadband.

But I don't want to go there, apparently it is mainly for the international students, and while I have no problem with that, I think in my first year I'd rather be with fellow Brits.

So my 2nd choice is £94 for an ensuit, self catered room with broardband.
i hate when people say stuff like that. grr. there'll be brits as well, in an equal amount to the international students too. the main reason why international students choose self catering is because they are more mature and probably used to cooking for themselves etc and would find english food boring (compared to what they normally have) so they choose to live there.
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The whole university is self-catered and the place I've applied for is called International House, so its unlikey there will be many Brits and you've got no option but to cook for yourself.

I don't know why I don't want to stay there, it's not like I'm racist or anything, I've got many foreign friends from all over the place so I like people.

I think its just fear of the unknown, making up stupid excuses for not wanting to do something.

(Before someone asks why I applied there knowing that, it was to keep my mum from nagging me, I'm lucky she's paying for my accommodation and she wanted me to stay there so it wasn't worth the bother)
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well in my experience, the international kids make the best friends not to mention that they're friendlier. they put more effort into making friends but if everyone keeps up the attitude that they don't want to be with the internationals,it makes them stick to themselves and people say they're not friendly. don't worry about it i'm sure you'll have as much fun with them as with the brits.look at it this way,they're in the same situation as you are,with the added fact that they cant go home and cry to mummy,because she's at least £500 by plane.
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Yeah your probably right to be honest, I'm just being irrational
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