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I would like to have a self-catered accommodation, from my observations the cheaper accommodation is in the region of £4257 and is close to the university (like a 10 minute walk to uni I assume that my lectures will take place in George square) but the interior is a bit dated and it is shared bathroom which isn't a big deal. While the newly renovated accommodation is more expensive (£5934-£6257) and is like a 30 minute walk to George square.

I am conflicted whether to go for a very modern accommodation but I would have to walk a lot longer to lectures or pay for the bus which is an additional cost. I am entitled to the maximum maintenance loan so I could afford the more expensive accommodation but I am ensure whether having really nice accommodation is worth splurging on or whether it is better to go for cheaper accommodation which is a lot closer to the uni but the interior is dated.

Any advice?
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Hi Dear,

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I'm having the same struggle. I think I'm going to go with the cheaper, more central accommodation because I'll be grateful for not having to get the bus and it would be easier to get home after a night out. Just trying to figure out which central ones to apply to now.
What are you thinking?
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(Original post by supertrooper1905)
I'm having the same struggle. I think I'm going to go with the cheaper, more central accommodation because I'll be grateful for not having to get the bus and it would be easier to get home after a night out. Just trying to figure out which central ones to apply to now.
What are you thinking?
I don't go out at night I don't mind the 30 minute walk it would be nice in the morning and I am an early riser so I will go for the nice accommodation that is further away as I will be probably spending a lot of time in my room.
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