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Can someone pls explain to me how and when I shoudl start looking for a room at uni ?
I firmed my offer at Glasgow and insured Belfast.
I have no idea how to look for accommodation pls help..
Reply 1
well i say it depend on the amount if money u have
also if its first yr its better to apply for student halls
as private ones can make u a bit lonely
also tlk to people in ur yr and find out where they are gonna stay
Reply 2
ok thanks for the tip! but should I start looking for accommodation now ? for my firm ? if so how do I do that. sorry im really clueless on the matter my school is not helping in that area at all.
Reply 3
i think u should apply for a student hall straightaway
if u find problems doing that then call the uni
its okay 2 be clueless sometimes
maybe just call unis admin office and c it through
Original post by spam44
Can someone pls explain to me how and when I shoudl start looking for a room at uni ?
I firmed my offer at Glasgow and insured Belfast.
I have no idea how to look for accommodation pls help..

Hi there,
You've got plenty of options to consider but I'd first say to think about your priorities when it comes to student accommodation. Would you like to live in university owned accommodation that is mainly first years? Would you like your own en-suite or studio? What about private student accommodation with extra facilities like study spaces and a gym?

Start by making a list of priorities and then look into university owned and private student accommodation at your firm choice. Check the cancellation policy of the accommodation that you decide to book at, in case you need to take up your insurance offer. For example, at Student Roost, if you have to change university cities and we offer accommodation in your new city, we can offer you a room there subject to availability rather than cancelling.

Hope this helps!

-Nicky
Original post by spam44
Can someone pls explain to me how and when I shoudl start looking for a room at uni ?
I firmed my offer at Glasgow and insured Belfast.
I have no idea how to look for accommodation pls help..

Hi there,

It’s best if you start looking for accommodation as soon as possible, preferably the minute you receive your offer, as demand increases whenever it gets closer to the start of the term, resulting in a higher increase in prices. The earlier, the better, and the chances that you’ll find suitable accommodation are on your side. You can check out Casita, as it has an extensive range of accommodation options to choose from. You can easily surf the website and list down your preferred accommodation, amenities, and area, where it’ll provide a list of choices that can match your preferences and, most importantly, your budget.

I hope this helps. Good luck!

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