Jordanstown "mature" student first year

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HealthJohn
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I'm 28 and I'm getting offers through now first one for studying health and social care policy in UUJ. Just wanting to ask if anyone can recommend UUJ halls, or flat rental near UUJ. I have heared lots of people recommend living in Belfast then busing to Jordanstown for class. I personally am focused more on the academic side but would hate to think I would be missing out on social aspects of Uni by living in Jordanstown. Anybody else studying the same course? Needless to say I won't know anybody and will probably feel like a boomer 😁
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Hi! I'm a 30 year old 'mature' student starting UUJ also. I would say you'd be better going for accommodation in Belfast; student roost seems to be pretty popular and I think one of the places confirmed placeholders are guaranteed a spot in... We did recently get the communication that first year will be online, so you could even wait until second year to look into accommodation..
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Im a mature student starting UUJ this year, 34, did you guys suss out any accommodation that would suit our ages?
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