Once you’ve decided which uni you want to go to, you need to decide where you actually want to live. MMU has a huge range of accommodation, some on the campus itself, and some a little further out. I chose to live in Liberty Central, which are halls just across the road from the Students’…
Starting at Manchester Metropolitan University in September? Have no clue where to start when it comes to choosing which student accommodation you want to live in? Then here is my run-down of a selection of Halls available that I know about personally or have had friends live in. Hopefully this can give you a bit more of an inside perspective of what it is really like to live in these places.
As soon as I came back to Manchester after summer it weirdly felt like I had never left. It was nice arriving in September this time and it feeling more like coming home, rather than the lost feeling I had arriving the previous September. I could also skip the whole trying to figure out where everything is around the uni and how everything works, so I got into the swing of things much quicker this year.
Student blogger Georgie shares her experience of living in university accommodation and her plans for her next year at university
For my first year of university, I chose to live in private student halls. There are loads of private providers of student accommodation in Manchester, as well as lots of accommodation provided by the University.
It’s now possible for 2016 applicants to register their interest in our student accommodation. To help you with your decision, we’ve spoken to 3 of our students about their choice of accommodation.
Take a look at our infographic for information about how much money you will need whilst you are studying.