Welcome to Student Living by Andrew Chell | Page 3
Before you head home for Christmas make sure you switch off, unplug, and lock up to keep your student accommodation safe and secure for the holidays.
Bag the perfect house for next year with the minimal amount of stress by avoiding these seven common student house hunting mistakes!
If you’re looking for a student house in Loughborough then there are just three rules — location, location, location. At Loughborough uni, location means an area known as the Golden Triangle.
As a leading provider of student accommodation in Loughborough, we’ve seen our fair share of ‘housemate’ drama. Choosing who to live with can, on the surface, seem like a pretty simple task but get it wrong and boy will you know about it!
“Should I have another drink?” This question has haunted people in bars and clubs for years, and students are no exception. Take a look at our helpful flowchart which will determine the answer to this age-old question (totally reliably, of course…)
Ever wondered which degree will earn you the most money and what career path you could follow? Now you can find out!
There’s a bunch of different student housing options to consider after living in Halls — in this post, we’re going to explore why you should live in a shared student house while you’re at Loughborough Uni.
Already booked a place to live next year…?
REFER A FRIEND to Andrew Chell and we’ll give you £100 CASH for every booking as a result of your referral — Seriously!
Whatever the reason you’ve been holding out on booking your student house for next year, NOW is the time to get it sorted. We still have a great selection of high-quality student houses available to rent for next year and the best part is, they’re all located in the highly sought after Loughborough Golden Triangle student living area!
Check them out now…
Got no idea what to do with your life after finishing uni? We take a look at the different paths available to graduates, including getting a graduate job, starting postgraduate study and taking a year out to travel. We’ll break down the pros and cons and help you figure out what to do next.