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WHERE TO LIVE IN ENGLAND

As a student, you must decide what sort of accommodation suits your particular needs. You have a number of options:

1.University Hall of Residence

Usually close to the campus. In most cases you will have your own room, but share kitchen, bathroom, lounge with up to five other students. Meals are available in the University cafe at additional cost.

Most halls of residence will provide laundry facilities, internet access, common room and may provide gym, shop and bar.

Range GBP80-120 Average: GBP90-100

How To Apply: Contact the University Accommodation Office

2. Shared House

A very popular way for students to live in England, sharing a house between four or five. One room each, shared kitchen, bathroom, lounge. Usually close to the town/city centre and to the university. One term’s rent in advance normally required + a bond.

Range: GBP55-75 Average: GBP55-65

How To Apply: Go to www.accommodationforstudents.com or the University Accommodation Office

3. Lodgings

Rent a room in a private house. Some/all meals provided. Laundry/room cleaning may also be available (sometimes at extra cost). Live as part of a family.

Range: GBP80-120 Average: GBP90-100

How To Apply: Contact the University Accommodation Office. Also various websites

 

Huddersfield and Coventry

English Oak Recruitment can recommend landlords with suitable accommodation in Huddersfield. Contact Alan Hallett for further details

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