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Beautiful 2 Bed Flat Share In Camden

London - United Kingdom
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Moving house: should I ask for help from pals or professionals?

Moving house: should I ask for help from pals or professionals?

Published 29/05/17 | Tenants | Tips for Tenants

Most of us have moved house or helped someone else move house at some point in our lives, even if it was just lugging a few boxes down into a car. An alternative solution is turning to professional removals companies, which has its advantages. If you’re about to move and can’t decide between asking for help from your friends and family or a professional company, here are a few things to consider. Removal companies: a high quality service – at a price Moving house requires a lot of planning and a LOT of energy. Calling upon the services of a professional can often make the process a lot smoother, especially if you have lots of factors and tasks to manage. Some removals companies will even help you package up all your belongings. You are guaranteed a good service, as a professional removals company is counting on a good result for their business. Their experience can also be a godsend – knowing how to manœuvre bulky furniture without knocking it is a skill few amateurs master. This all comes at a...

Studying in Philadelphia: what to do and where to stay

Studying in Philadelphia: what to do and where to stay

Published 26/05/17 | Students | Tips for Students

Philadelphia – not just a delicious cheese spread, but one of the USA’s largest and most prosperous cities! A city with great significance in American history, most notably during the American Revolution, Philadelphia is home to many of the country’s 'firsts’ – the first hospital, library, zoo and stock exchange among others – and is the only World Heritage City in the United States. It is a popular study destination for American and international students due to the world class universities and thriving business presence in the city. There are nearly 300,000 students in the metropolitan area, so you’re sure to find some friends in this historic city. What to do When coming to a city like Philadelphia that is so jam packed with history, it is simply impossible not to drink it all in! Start off with a visit to the Liberty Bell – the classic symbol of American independence resides close by to its original home in Independence Hall, which is also worth a visit. A visit to the Eastern State Penitentiary or the National Museum of American...

Where to live when you're a student in Melbourne

Where to live when you're a student in Melbourne

Published 19/05/17 | Students | Tips for Students

Melbourne is the capital of Victoria and Australia’s second largest city. With 8 universities and 300,000 students, it is Australia’s student city and a great destination for studying abroad. Over a third of the city’s students is from abroad! Often said to experience all four seasons in one day, Melbourne’s cultural and social scene is as diverse as its weather. With a great sense of community considering its size and a passion for all things sport (especially Aussie Rules), Melbourne is an exciting venture for anyone who wants a truly Australian student experience. Richmond An area encapsulating Melbourne’s tradition of diversity, Richmond is home to Little Saigon – a string of Vietnamese restaurants, shops and stores along Victoria Street. These are then mixed with Greek restaurants and Australian pubs! Richmond has a lot to offer – most of it fairly cheaply. Rowing, climbing or supporting the local football team nicknamed the Tigers are great ways for sports fans to connect with the area. There is also a great nightlife scene, from pubs to clubs, but this...

5 times it's ok to ask your flatmate to pay

5 times it's ok to ask your flatmate to pay

Published 17/05/17 | Accommodation | Houseshare / Flatshare

It’s never easy asking your housemates or flatmates to pay up for something. Unfortunately, in certain situations it is necessary and you are perfectly justified in asking them to shell out. Here are 5 common situations when you shouldn’t feel guilty asking for money from your housemate or flatmate. When your housemate suddenly decides to leave It’s the start of the month, and your housemate decides they want to move out without telling anyone beforehand. Even if they think that you have nothing better to do than find someone to replace them and that the room is such a good offer that you’ll be inundated with requests, it’s their responsibility to find someone and to pay for the rent in the meantime. If they don’t do this and there is a delay in finding someone to take the room, the landlord will turn to you and the deposit. When your flatmate leaves – for a while If your flatmate has decided to jet off on holiday for two months or taken an internship in another...

Moving to Sheffield as a student

Moving to Sheffield as a student

Published 10/05/17 | Students | Tips for Students

Sheffield is a Northern city with its heart in steel production, but in the 21st century there’s a lot more to it than that. Students coming to study in Sheffield at the University of Sheffield or Sheffield Hallam University all have a great time getting to know the city and all it has to offer. The two universities have a combined student population of over 60,000. As England’s 4th largest city, Sheffield is a great choice for students who want all the benefits of living in a big city which is cheaper and safer than many other UK cities. Sheffield – the perfect student city? Named as the UK’s first National City of Sport – as home to Sheffield Wednesday and Sheffield United, the World Snooker Championships and Olympic standard venues, it’s no surprise. There’s even a dedicated site to sport in Sheffield to find out how to get involved. It’s also great for lovers of the outdoors, with over 50 public parks and gardens, and is a mere 20 minute bus ride to the...

Studying in Edmonton: what to do and where to stay

Studying in Edmonton: what to do and where to stay

Published 05/05/17 | Students | Tips for Students

Edmonton, the capital of the province of Alberta in western Canada, might not be the first place you think of when you think of Canadian cities. It is the northernmost in North America to have a population over 1 million, and is nicknamed ‘Canada’s Festival City’, thanks – unsurprisingly - to its year round festivals. Although it i is cold during Canada’s long winters, Edmonton actually has the most sunny days of any Canadian city during the summer! Home to 6 main universities and colleges, including the University of Alberta, MacEwan University and Concordia University of Edmonton, there is a sizeable student population. It’s also incredibly cheap to live in compared to other Canadian cities, which proves to be a bonus for students! What to do As ‘Canada’s Festival City’, there’s almost certainly something on at all times of year! Whether it’s the Canadian Food Championships, the Edmonton Dragon Boat Festival or the Edmonton Fringe Festival, there’s truly something for everyone. The Alberta Legislature building is worth a visit, but the real draw of the...

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