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Unconditional offer i think if you accept you cannot change it to another university in the future.
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Unconditional offer i think if you accept you cannot change it to another university in the future.
Why is that relevant to accommodation choice?
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Unconditional offer i think if you accept you cannot change it to another university in the future.
Oh! Excuse me, I meant to say conditional!
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Unconditional offer i think if you accept you cannot change it to another university in the future.
Do you have any idea on which accommodation would be best ^?
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Hello, I've been given a conditional offer for De Montfort Uni, and I am trying to decide on which accommodation would be best. I'm an international student, so I really couldn't decide on which one would be best when it comes to proximity to the Uni/How clean it is/ If it's safe/Is it calm enough for me to able to study there.... (As I read some reviews that stated that it was very noisy!).

I've already searched about Liberty Court and Glassworks, but I keep reading mixed reviews about them. I would highly appreciate any help on this. Please feel free to suggest other places too!
hi, im currently a student at dmu, personally i would recommend glassworks purely based on the rooms but it really depends on who your flatmates are, if u have any more questions feel free to ask
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hi, im currently a student at dmu, personally i would recommend glassworks purely based on the rooms but it really depends on who your flatmates are, if u have any more questions feel free to ask
What do you think of Applegate Place, I’ve just booked and payed the deposit but I’ve heard some bad reviews
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Hi,

Glassworks and Liberty Court are very close to the university. A lot of international students stay at Glassworks too, there is security on site 24 hours and there is a beautiful common room that was recently redecorated, the rooms are also very nice and clean. All my friends who live in Glassworks have very nice rooms ( especially their studios). In terms of noise, Glassworks and Liberty Court are both quite big accomodations, so the noise levels depend on you and your flatmates.

Suggestions for other places would be:
- Liberty Park
- Filbert Village
- Newarke Point
- New Wharf
- The Grange
- Merlin Heights
- Liberty Court Annex
- Newarke Street
- Upperton Road
(Original post by Yasmine08)
Hello, I've been given a conditional offer for De Montfort Uni, and I am trying to decide on which accommodation would be best. I'm an international student, so I really couldn't decide on which one would be best when it comes to proximity to the Uni/How clean it is/ If it's safe/Is it calm enough for me to able to study there.... (As I read some reviews that stated that it was very noisy!).

I've already searched about Liberty Court and Glassworks, but I keep reading mixed reviews about them. I would highly appreciate any help on this. Please feel free to suggest other places too!
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I visited DMU and it’s one of my top choices! I looked at all the accommodation and IMO the glassworks is the nicest aslong as you have the money to pay for it. It’s such clean and pretty accommodation. The only issue is that there’s a cap on certain bills like WiFi etc so if you go over you’ve gotta pay the difference. You share with 3/4 people and it’s 3 mins from the main campus!

Because I can’t afford that I was going to choose liberty court! The kitchens are very nice and even though the rooms aren’t the most aesthetically pleasing, they’re very big for the price and you get your own bathroom. They’re also shared with 5 people which seems perfect to me. 3 min walk from the main campus!
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Hello, I've been given a conditional offer for De Montfort Uni, and I am trying to decide on which accommodation would be best. I'm an international student, so I really couldn't decide on which one would be best when it comes to proximity to the Uni/How clean it is/ If it's safe/Is it calm enough for me to able to study there.... (As I read some reviews that stated that it was very noisy!).

I've already searched about Liberty Court and Glassworks, but I keep reading mixed reviews about them. I would highly appreciate any help on this. Please feel free to suggest other places too!
Hello
My name is Anita and I am an international student currently studying at DMU. I was in the exactly same situation as you are now when I was applying for accommodation in my first year.

De Montfort University has a wide range of different accommodation options, all of which are in walking distance and have varying prices. Our university has 24/7 security, which means our campus is safe and all accommodation is close to campus and in the central part of the town, you should not worry about this. Every accommodation has a cleaner that cleans the common areas twice a week. What me and my housemates did was to make a schedule so everyone is cleaning and live in a nice and clean environment. But it all comes to what rules of your housemates set in the beginning as I didn't have any problems with noise or safety.

In relation to your two options, both Glassworks and Liberty Court are on campus and it will be easy for you to get to your lectures and you can go back to your accommodation in your breaks. However, this must not limit you to only those two options as we have other accommodations available. I would suggest looking at Newark Point and the Grange, which are on campus as well, but keep it in mind places are limited and you may need to apply early.

In case you want to consider some other options, just follow this link: https://www.dmu.ac.uk/study/undergra...mmodation.aspx.

I hope that this information will help you in your choice. If you have some more questions, please don't hesitate to contact us.
All the best!
Anita
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