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Once you’ve completed your first year of University, it’ll be time to move on to your second-year accommodation, often meaning a decision between living in private halls or moving into shared accommodation.
Before you can even begin to think about where you want to live it is useful to figure out what you can afford by factoring in costs associated with renting and any other outgoings you may have.
Picking who to live with and where is an important decision. Here we go through all the things you will need to think about.
Once you’ve decided who you’d like to live with and where you’re ready to start viewing properties. An important section to check out, make sure you print a copy of our viewing checklist.
This can be a stressful and tiring experience as there are so many things to remember. Follow our advice to help take the edge off your next move.
If you’re thinking about studying in the UK, make sure you familiarise yourself with laws and rules that may apply to you.
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