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Applications for uni halls aren’t open yet but I’m thinking about which accommodation I should choose. So far I think I like Windsor Terrace for its location, but what’s it like living there and would you recommend it? How social is it? I‘m not very good at making friends and I want to become more social in uni. Do you think Windsor Terrace is right for me, or do you have any other recommendations? Thanks
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Applications for uni halls aren’t open yet but I’m thinking about which accommodation I should choose. So far I think I like Windsor Terrace for its location, but what’s it like living there and would you recommend it? How social is it? I‘m not very good at making friends and I want to become more social in uni. Do you think Windsor Terrace is right for me, or do you have any other recommendations? Thanks
Hi Anonymous,

Great to hear you're interested in staying with us!
The best place to go to find out about social life, making friends and community feel in our accommodations is definitely our Unibuddy platform! Here you can chat to current students about where they stayed, what they enjoyed and what the community was like. Find this here: https://www.ncl.ac.uk/study/contact/unibuddy/.

For all information on facilities, location and pricing for example, you can find all of this information via our website here: https://www.ncl.ac.uk/accommodation/.

Hope this helps!

- Laura
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Hi Anonymous,

Great to hear you're interested in staying with us!
The best place to go to find out about social life, making friends and community feel in our accommodations is definitely our Unibuddy platform! Here you can chat to current students about where they stayed, what they enjoyed and what the community was like. Find this here: https://www.ncl.ac.uk/study/contact/unibuddy/.

For all information on facilities, location and pricing for example, you can find all of this information via our website here: https://www.ncl.ac.uk/accommodation/.

Hope this helps!

- Laura
Thanks for the reply. I’ve used Unibuddy to talk to one student who’s studying the degree I applied for, but I don’t know how to find students based on their accommodation. Is it possible to do this?
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Thanks for the reply. I’ve used Unibuddy to talk to one student who’s studying the degree I applied for, but I don’t know how to find students based on their accommodation. Is it possible to do this?
Hi Anonymous,

Unfortunately, you cannot filter by accommodation on Unibuddy. However, many of our Unibuddy ambassadors have written blogs about where they stayed and any advice they have, you can find these here beneath the "blog" and then "accommodation" tabs: https://www.ncl.ac.uk/study/contact/unibuddy/. Scroll through the different posts to learn about the sites from a student-perspective and if you have any further questions about that accommodation, you can always chat to the student from there! Here's a blog about Windsor Terrace to start off: https://bit.ly/2zPvtAu.

As well as Unibuddy, we also have Facebook groups where you can meet other students and discuss accommodation! You can find these here: https://bit.ly/2xua7rA.

Hope this helps and good luck with the accommodation search

- Laura
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Hi Anonymous,

Unfortunately, you cannot filter by accommodation on Unibuddy. However, many of our Unibuddy ambassadors have written blogs about where they stayed and any advice they have, you can find these here beneath the "blog" and then "accommodation" tabs: https://www.ncl.ac.uk/study/contact/unibuddy/. Scroll through the different posts to learn about the sites from a student-perspective and if you have any further questions about that accommodation, you can always chat to the student from there! Here's a blog about Windsor Terrace to start off: https://bit.ly/2zPvtAu.

As well as Unibuddy, we also have Facebook groups where you can meet other students and discuss accommodation! You can find these here: https://bit.ly/2xua7rA.

Hope this helps and good luck with the accommodation search

- Laura
Great, I’ll do that then. Thanks for your help!

(Although if anyone here still has anything to say, please do tell!)
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are you starting uni in 2021? I was looking at windsor terrace for 2021 entry too, have you found much out about it?
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are you starting uni in 2021? I was looking at windsor terrace for 2021 entry too, have you found much out about it?
Hey dsj345!

Great to hear you are interested in studying with us

There is a blog post from a current student about Windsor Terrace which might be helpful. You can also ask the blog writer, a current student, about her experience at Windsor Terrace! You can find the blog here

We also have a super useful accommodation page, which answers a lot of questions about the accommodation. You can find that page here

Hope this helps, let me know if you have any questions

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I'm looking Windsor aswel as park terrace and Kensington Terrace have u found any more about it?

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are you starting uni in 2021? I was looking at windsor terrace for 2021 entry too, have you found much out about it
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