Right before you flee your nest straight into the new student life far from your dear family and closest friends, all sorts of Fresher’s tips were probably thrown your way, however there are a few tips that can help you survive this most sociable and energy consuming week of a student year. You’ll need to be prepared for the unexpected and the disappointments. You need to be aware that things probably won’t be as perfect as you may be imagining.
Deciding where you're going to live, and who to live with, post first year of University can be daunting, exciting and confusing. The horror stories spreading that you won’t have anyone to live with or anywhere to live by the end of the second semester can be nerve- wracking.
As both types of student accommodation whether it is a University accommodation or a room in a private flat have their positives and negatives, the most important questions you have to ask yourself is whether you want to remain close to the University or take advantage of cheaper rents further out and with how many people would you prefer to live with.
Make sure you attend any possible Housing or Accomodation fairs organized by your University, but before starting the hunt one need to be clear about our search criteria, what your budget is, what your personality is, if you prefer calm areas with a focus on your studies or whether you are actually seeking a place to socialize, have fun, go out.
It doesn’t matter if you are new to London or if you have already been studying here for a couple of years. The rules how to get through your Master’s degree are still the same, simple and we are sure if you stick with these 5 simple rules, you will get closer to graduating than ever!
It’s probably been a while since you last had to rely on just your brain, paper and a pen. Nowadays there are a lot of great tools to help you so therefor we present you with the best apps for 2014!
Nido recently featured in an article in Property Week. Companies in the property sector no longer want to be the faceless corporations.
David Hatcher profiles Nido as one of 10 companies that have embraced the power of the brand.