Articles tagged ‘loughborough’
Your student accommodation in Loughborough should feel like more than just a temporary crash pad while you complete your studies. It should be a home away from home, somewhere you can work (and play) comfortably and relax after a long day.
To coincide with the start of the 2015/16 term we’re launching our Student Living Blog Series: Livin’ It Lufbra, helping you get involved and get the most out of your uni experience!
Have you started looking at potential jobs for when you graduate university? Or are you stuck on how to put together a good CV so that you have better chances of getting an interview? Putting the perfect CV together can seem like a difficult, long-winded task, but it’s something you can compile bit by bit with a little help! Use this step-to-step guide to work through each aspect of your CV and you’ll have a great looking document.
Renting student accommodation can be a bit of a headache. Take the risk out of choosing your property by selecting a landlord that has been accredited through the Decent And Safe Homes Scheme (DASH).
To avoid stress and heartache, when you are choosing who to live with at university it’s worth considering the following…
I’d like to welcome you to one of the best universities in the country and although you have only just arrived in Loughborough, when it comes to your second year, moving out of halls is a vital part of student life.
By the end of this year, you should have your house sorted for your next academic year. This may seem like a big step, but don’t worry, we’ve got a guide of things to look for to help you chose the perfect student house for your second or third year at university.
So, you’re getting ready to leave for university and you’re panicking about what to take! Take a deep breath and read through our handy checklist; from bed sheets to memory sticks we’ll make sure you won’t forget a thing.
Every student needs a helping hand every now and again, especially when it comes to money! Check out our top money saving tips to help you manage your money better now that you’re a student…