Postgraduate accommodation in Edinburgh

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Hi there,

I'm pursuing a MSc in Psychology of Mental Health (Conversion) at Edinburgh this September. I have applied for university accommodation, however, I am leaning more towards a flat share. Does anyone have any ideas on how I should go about this? Are any other postgrads currently looking for accommodation in Edinburgh?

Any thoughts on this matter would be greatly appreciated.
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(Original post by olk2)
Hi there,

I'm pursuing a MSc in Psychology of Mental Health (Conversion) at Edinburgh this September. I have applied for university accommodation, however, I am leaning more towards a flat share. Does anyone have any ideas on how I should go about this? Are any other postgrads currently looking for accommodation in Edinburgh?

Any thoughts on this matter would be greatly appreciated.
You can look here: https://domus.ed.ac.uk/

and you can also contact the number on that page (0131 651 2107) and ask if there are any vacant rooms in flats.
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Hi there I will also be reading the MSc in Psychology of Mental Health (Conversion) at Edinburgh this September. How is your accommodation search going? I have also applied for university accommodation, however as I am not an international student it will not be guaranteed.Hope you found something! Please let me know if you have any tips?Look forward to meeting you in September...
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Hey there, I'll also be reading the MSc in Psychology of Mental Health at Edinburgh this September. Same situation with accommodation - have applied for postgrad halls, though waiting for my application to be processed since submitting my degree certificate. Potential house share?
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Hey... Glad to know more people on the course!! We should definitely catch up on the accommodation. I’d PM you, but don’t know if that’s even possible on here?!
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I'm starting an MSc in AI early September. Regarding Accommodation, I've been waitlisted for halls. If I don't hear back within a couple weeks I'm going to book a week or so in a hostel/airbnb and just house-hunt up there. Trying to do it while living/working down south is proving impossible!
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(Original post by freedomweasel)
I'm starting an MSc in AI early September. Regarding Accommodation, I've been waitlisted for halls. If I don't hear back within a couple weeks I'm going to book a week or so in a hostel/airbnb and just house-hunt up there. Trying to do it while living/working down south is proving impossible!
I'm doing an MSc in AI and I'm in the same boat with the accommodation. It's getting worrying since it's only about a month away and it's not guaranteed for me.
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Hi all! Sorry for bringing this thread back to life, but prospective international student here asking again if anyone here got some reviews on accommodation?
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