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Flatshares - Beautiful 1 Bedroom Apartment For Rent

Beautiful 1 Bedroom Apartment For Rent

Los Angeles - United States
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This beautiful 1 bedroom apartment is available for rent in a secure location...

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Terri
per night per week per month
$ 150 $ 1050 $ 4650
Flatshares - Townhome In The Energy Corridor

Townhome In The Energy Corridor

Houston - United States
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Female professional seeking another female to share a lovely 2 bedroom townho...

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Katherine
per night per week per month
- - $ 800
Flatshares - Room For Rent

Room For Rent

Davie - United States
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Quiet area, safe with transportation at the street corner, front room of the...

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Pierre
per night per week per month
- - $ 700

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Moving to Sheffield as a student

Moving to Sheffield as a student

Published 05/10/17 | 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...

Flatshares vs. houseshares: which should you choose?

Flatshares vs. houseshares: which should you choose?

Published 05/03/17 | Accommodation | Houseshare / Flatshare

Among the many types of accommodation on offer for students, flatsharing and housesharing is one of the most practical, and most popular. Affordable on a tight budget, it’s also perfect for meeting new people and strengthening friendships. Some groups prefer a house, while others prefer a flat. Here is a couple of things to think about when choosing which way to go. Flatsharing: the pros and cons Flatsharing is a booming sector, and subsequently there is a lot on offer in large cities, particularly in London. This means that you might be able to be a bit choosier in your selection. If you want to find a place close to the centre of town, a flatshare is much easier to find as most houses tend to be further out. Once you are moved into your apartment, it is important to ensure everyone has their own space and that the shared communal spaces are kept available to all – living room, kitchen, bathrooms… Overcrowding can be more of a problem in a flat or apartment than in a house. Often, there...

Where to live when you're a student in Portland

Where to live when you're a student in Portland

Published 04/28/17 | Students | Tips for Students

Portland, Oregon is an exciting, modern city that is one of the largest in the United States. Students at the many universities and colleges are never short of things to do, with a vibrant art and music scene as well as an impressive social and restaurant offering. Ranked as the 8th most popular city to live in, Portland is sure to be a great destination for any aspiring student. It’s known for its friendliness, microbreweries and coffee houses, and the city’s unofficial slogan is ‘Keep Portland Weird’, so there’s sure to be something for you! To help you decide, we’ve picked out four very different options… Downtown Portland’s Downtown area is a dream come true for people who like to do – the area is full of hustle and bustle with some of the greatest eateries in the state! The Pioneer Courthouse square is fondly nicknamed ‘Portland’s Living Room’ and the markets, restaurants, music venues and parks are sure to make you feel in the middle of things. The housing on offer varies massively, from...

Moving to Christchurch as a student

Moving to Christchurch as a student

Published 04/21/17 | Students | Tips for Students

Christchurch is often considered the gateway to the South Island, but the city has more than enough to offer right on your doorstep. Students coming to study in Christchurch at one of the universities, colleges or higher education schools will be pleasantly surprised by the city, its people and the wealth of activites on offer. The University of Canterbury has over 10,000 students, of which 2,000 are international students. The city has been rebuilt following devastating earthquakes in recent years, giving it a quirky, modern feel. With beaches and mountains, art and nightlife, rolling hills and cityscapes, Christchurch offers the best of both worlds to those who choose to study there. Discover nature in all its forms New Zealand is undeniably one of the most uniquely beautiful countries in the world, and Christchurch is no exception. The variety of beaches are a draw for surfers and sunbathers alike in the summer, while the skiing conditions and hiking routes are superb – Canterbury has more skiing areas than anywhere else in the southern hemisphere! Christchurch is known as the ‘Garden...

Tips to optimise your kitchen space

Tips to optimise your kitchen space

Getting the balance right in the kitchen between careful interior design and storage space is always tricky. Between cutlery, crockery, tea towels and saucepans, there’s always slightly too much stuff in a kitchen. Roomlala has come up with 6 tips to help you optimise your kitchen space and maximise your storage space. Furniture hooks In order to optimize your storage space in the kitchen, you could attach hooks to your existing furniture. Hooks on the backs of doors or under the shelves in your cupboards can provide an ideal location to store your mugs and tea towels. Photo : shoji.fr Wall hooks In kitchens which don’t have furniture, shelving or cupboards on the walls, you could also fix larger hooks to the walls where you can hang your pots and pans or potted herbs, for example. It’s important to make sure that you can still open your doors without banging into anything, or you might damage your stuff. Photo : Frenchy Fancy Stackable storage Using a couple of boxes or crates can be a great way of tidying...

 

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