should I move too uni?

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we are all self isolating so pls guys give me advice I really don't know what to ****ing do
to round up if I move out my veryyyyy strict muslim parents will cut me off and I will be homeless during summer holiday and after I graduate but I will have my freedom, dress the way that I want and "find myself" and live my life
if I don't I will be ****ing miserable and depressed and basically haven life like for the past 18 years of my life cuz my parents are sooo strict and religious like have to wear a hijab and just exist in life
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You need to consider whether you can afford to move out. Will you take loans or apply for grants? You're still their child so if you do move out, they should get over it by the time you finish your degree. Don't move out for the summer though. Who even knows if you'll be able to go out in summer with this COVID-19 situation?
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(Original post by tulipsinrain)
You need to consider whether you can afford to move out. Will you take loans or apply for grants? You're still their child so if you do move out, they should get over it by the time you finish your degree. Don't move out for the summer though. Who even knows if you'll be able to go out in summer with this COVID-19 situation?
I would take a loan and I’ve saved a bit of money I feel like with financial aspect I’m fine and I’m planning to move out for uni so it would be fine. But I’m just scared that I won’t make any friends and I’m going to be a loner because with my strict parents and their lifestyle I never made proper friends only friends with benefits only friends at school nothing more and I never made friends that I clicked with. So I’m scared that i might have a horrible experience and then have estranged relationship with my parents. So that’s my main concern also what do u think I should do for the uni school holidays like in the future cuz essentially I will be homeless
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You will make friends because in the first month or so of uni, everyone is in the same situation - new place, new environment, looking for friends. Just make sure you go out to events and socialise with people, also with people who are on your course.

So with most unis, in first year, you can find accommodation on campus but after that, you need to find your own. There are companies and landlords that provide student accommodation specifically. If you need a place for summer holiday, I would suggest you find a shared accommodation place to stay (that's advertised to students) so that way, your flatmates would also be students and you can have a lease for 2 years. But essentially, you'd be renting for 2 years and I would recommend getting a part time job.
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(Original post by tulipsinrain)
You will make friends because in the first month or so of uni, everyone is in the same situation - new place, new environment, looking for friends. Just make sure you go out to events and socialise with people, also with people who are on your course.

So with most unis, in first year, you can find accommodation on campus but after that, you need to find your own. There are companies and landlords that provide student accommodation specifically. If you need a place for summer holiday, I would suggest you find a shared accommodation place to stay (that's advertised to students) so that way, your flatmates would also be students and you can have a lease for 2 years. But essentially, you'd be renting for 2 years and I would recommend getting a part time job.
Thanks for the advice definitely will
Do that❤️
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