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    Hello, what uni accommodation is best for price and the social things, like going out and being close to the city ? Like the all round place if you will ?
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    Hello, what uni accommodation is best for price and the social things, like going out and being close to the city ? Like the all round place if you will ?

    Hi CarltonBanks14,

    We have a range of student accommodation within the city centre so there's a few options to pick from where you'll be close to the shops/bars/restaurants but also walking distance from campus. You can find out lots more on our accommodation pages here. Prices vary slightly from around £120 to £140 per week (but that might change slightly if you're looking for next year) and all include ensuite rooms with shared kitchens/social space - but all of those details are on the website. If you also select the subject area you'll be studying, it will point out on the map which halls are closest to where you'll be based for classes.

    Let us know if you have any more questions.

    Lydia
 
 
 
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