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Best accomodations for undergraduate students at the University of Glasgow? Im an international student. :smile:
Original post by zarrinsoffiya
Best accomodations for undergraduate students at the University of Glasgow? Im an international student. :smile:

Hi there,

I've just finished my 1st Year at the University of Glasgow and I stayed in Queen Margaret Residences, one of the universities student halls. I really loved it as I had quite a big room, en-suite and only 4 other people in my flat. The best part was that my daily walk to uni was through the Botanic Gardens, which was lovely especially during spring/ exam season. I have friends which stayed in lots of the different student halls and all of them got on fine. I would recommend checking out the residence profiles on our website, where you can see the different options available for undergraduates, and compare location, amenities and prices, as well as see photos and videos. I'd say the most popular are usually Murano Street Student Village, Queen Margaret's and Kelvinhaugh Street!

Any other questions about living in halls, accommodation options or just being a student at Glasgow, please don't hesitate to ask!

Thanks,
Elise, 1st Year
BEng (Hons) Mechanical Engineering
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Hi, in the accommodation portal, we are required to choose between single-gender and mixed-gender. I am an international student, so I am not aware of how it works there. I want to go for one which most people opt for.
Original post by geetapr
Hi, in the accommodation portal, we are required to choose between single-gender and mixed-gender. I am an international student, so I am not aware of how it works there. I want to go for one which most people opt for.

Hi there,

Most people choose to go for mixed gender if they are comfortable with it. Many people choose to go for single gender for religious reasons or just because they think they will feel more comfortable. It's a completely personal choice!

All the best,
Elise, 1st Year
BEng (Hons) Mechanical Engineering

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