Can you buy your way in to Salisbury Court?

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I am an international student and I will go University of Edinburgh this autumm but the accomadation available freaks me out and the only place I can see myself living in is Salisbury Court.

Do you think somebody would except an offer of, lets say 4000 pounds, to change room with the place I will be allocated to (since it will probably not be SC)? Would the university allow it?



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This is Britain. You can buy your way into anywhere.
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a girl at warwick tried to do this with bluebell and she became a three-year long meme before term 1 started

"the bluebell girl"
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Yes, I might sound like a douche but I am actually a nice guy.

(And I think it spells accommodation ...).
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No lol
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I’ll take 20k to change
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You can apply to move to another accommodation. Quite a few people change accomodation in Jan.
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If your going to pay £4000 just to trade rooms why not just buy a house their for 3-4 years lease out a spare room if you want to.
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