York St John Accomodation

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imymjones13
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I am looking at going to YSJ to study Nursing in September 2022 and I just wanted to ask any students currently living in halls which accommodation they would recommend. I'd really like a large ensuite so The Grange, Garden Street and City Residence look the best. If anyone has any advice or suggestions for accommodation or is starting YSJ in 2022 I would love to hear from you!
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Lydia Taylor (YSJU Student Ambassador)
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(Original post by imymjones13)
Hello!
I am looking at going to YSJ to study Nursing in September 2022 and I just wanted to ask any students currently living in halls which accommodation they would recommend. I'd really like a large ensuite so The Grange, Garden Street and City Residence look the best. If anyone has any advice or suggestions for accommodation or is starting YSJ in 2022 I would love to hear from you!
Hello,

I am a third year student at YSJ and have been to most of the sites here!

The Grange is our cheapest and closest accommodation site (though all are within 1 mile!). It has a real community feel as it is made up of houses but you are still put with Freshers. As far as living in York and large ensuites go, it is a really great price! It is also a great location for the university and a short walk into the centre.

One of my friends was in City Residence. The rooms are large and the ensuites are really nice there too. They have a table and chairs in the communal area which is a nice space to hang out with your flatmates. It also has plenty of green space so summer months can be spent outside.

Both of these sites have a car park so even if you are not a driver, it has good accessibility and a flatmate may have a car. York is very much a walking city though and everything you need is usually no more than a 30 minute walk away.

I know that Garden Street has a priority for mature student and those with accessibility issues so please bare that in mind. However, it has lots of great facilities and is just over the road from campus which is very convenient.

I hope this helps,
Lydia
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