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What is the best self-catered accommodation for a student studying physiotherapy?
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What is the best self-catered accommodation for a student studying physiotherapy?
What campus/building is physio taught in?
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The main self-catered accommodations are Broadgate, Raleigh Park, and St Peters Court. Raleigh and SPC are close to Jubillee campus, Broadgate is closer to Uni Park campus. Stayed in SPC in my first year with my course based on Uni Park which was fine but my flat didn't have as many people in as I'd have liked. Raleigh would have a better choice for me personally with bigger flats and a bit more social but check the websites and see what you think. Raleigh is usually the cheapest. I didn't like the Broadgate flats at all when I looked around. The staff at SPC are very helpful and the maintenance team is better than at Raleigh so it depends on what's more important to you.
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