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Hey I've been asked to choose my accomodation for Liverpool Uni but have no idea whats good and whats not or what I should be looking for. Any help or guidence would be very much appreciated !
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Hi Gracekahe,

I have recently graduated from the University of Liverpool and I have lived in different student accommodations for most of my 5 years at university.

If you want to reside on-campus Crown Place and Vine court are great options. However, out of the two only Vine court offers a catered option. Furthermore, you might also want to consider off-Campus options which might offer a lot more opportunities to socialise with international, local and students from other universities in the city. Grand Central, St. luke's place and Horizon heights offer very social and centrally located options.

Hope this piece helps you make your decision.
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(Original post by texter657)
Hi Gracekahe,

I have recently graduated from the University of Liverpool and I have lived in different student accommodations for most of my 5 years at university.

If you want to reside on-campus Crown Place and Vine court are great options. However, out of the two only Vine court offers a catered option. Furthermore, you might also want to consider off-Campus options which might offer a lot more opportunities to socialise with international, local and students from other universities in the city. Grand Central, St. luke's place and Horizon heights offer very social and centrally located options.

Hope this piece helps you make your decision.
Hi thank you for your advice. How would I apply for/ find off-campus accomodation. And is this a done thing for undergraduate students ?
Thanks again!
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Hi thank you for your advice. How would I apply for/ find off-campus accomodation. And is this a done thing for undergraduate students ?
Thanks again!
Pretty much all non-first years live off campus. The main areas students live in after Y1 are Smithdown Road, Kensington, and some in the Georgian Quarter. The university's approved website for accommodation is here - https://www.liverpoolstudenthomes.org/, but there are a lot more private halls that might not be on there but are still worth looking at. Let me know if you need any help.
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Does anyone recommend living at Myrtle Court for the first year? I like the fact its close to the UofL but haven't seen many people speak about it..
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Hey I've been asked to choose my accomodation for Liverpool Uni but have no idea whats good and whats not or what I should be looking for. Any help or guidence would be very much appreciated !
I'm staying at st lukes view and starting at the same uni in september would 10/10 reccomend, i went for a viewing and its so clean and gorgeous (it was built 2/3 years ago). plus the location is PERFECT
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