Sharing the love.

We really love what we do. Working with students means we get to work with vibrant and interesting people as they experience the time of their lives at University.

From sweet treats, to hand-written cards, we sent little reminders to all our residents this Valentines Day about how much we love having them stay with us.

If you haven’t stayed with us this year, where have you (bean)   beanall our lives? You are just our (type)    typewriter343and we could love you a (latte)  Latte

Sorry, not sorry.

Valentines Day Collage Resized for Web

Come live with us at one of 12 locations across the UK next year! Arrange a viewing now.

Beckley Point Show Flat

We’re so excited to reveal the latest sneak peek of all our hard work at Beckley Point in Plymouth! The tallest building in the south west is well on the way to completion now, we’re officially open for viewings and we’d love to meet you.

If you fancy rolling out of bed and straight into lectures then Beckley Point is the perfect new home for you. Literally, just across the road from Plymouth University Campus, Beckley Point offers modern individual studio rooms and shared flats designed especially for students. What does that actually mean though? It means smart storage, USB plug sockets, 100MB broadband & WiFi, all bills included, modern living… with a view!  Read the rest of this article

Infographic: A Freshers’ Guide to Packing for University

There’s more to packing for uni than just chucking your favourite jeans, ten T-shirts and a couple of sweaters into a suitcase. Trust us: a little bit of organisation is the key to a smooth transition into university life.

Of course, the aim here isn’t to take every single thing you’re going to need for the full academic year ahead – just enough to get you through the first months, so that you can concentrate on settling in, making friends, having a laugh, learning stuff, etc.

So take a look at our infographic below – we’ve broken it down into the different rooms to make it all a bit easier to digest. Just move your mouse around each room, and little boxes will pop up to suggest the essential move-in items you’ll need.

A guide to packing for university

Bedroom

For many first year university students this will be the first
time they have lived away from home; if you are living in shared student accommodation,
it is likely that your bedroom is one of the only rooms where you can put your own stamp
on it and make it feel homely.

 
 
 
 
 

Kitchen

The kitchen is the area in shared student accommodation which can sometimes cause friction
amongst you and your housemates. Making sure you are well prepared by bringing enough of your
own equipment should prevent any roomie tiffs occurring!

 

Cooking utensils

 

Crockery
and pans

 

Cutlery

 

Glasses and mugs

 

Corkscrew & Bottle opener

 

Chopping board

 

Washing up liquid

 

Recipe
books

Bathroom

It is always a good idea to stock up on your toiletries before you move into your student accommodation;
making your essential items last longer will save you precious pennies in the months to come.

 
 
 
 

Things to pack for studying

1

 

Text books

2

 

Pen pots, Pencils, Pens & Highlighters

3

 

Memory stick

4

 

Ruler & Pencil Sharpener

5

 

Scissors

6

 

Storage boxes

7

 

Calculator

8

 

Post-it notes

The Student Housing Company

Sources

http://www.pinterest.com/pin/500110733590764410/

http://www.ecampustours.com/for-parents/campus-life/dorm-room-basics-what-to-pack-and-what-to-leave-at.aspx#.U6qM0rF5BxJ

http://bethanlucy.blogspot.co.uk/2013/08/what-to-take-to-university-full-list.html

 

So there is quite a lot to consider, but it’s not rocket science if you break it all down and think about it logically. And TBH, if you do forget anything, you can probably just go out and buy it – after all, you’re gonna be living in a well-connected student-friendly city, not the Outer Hebrides!

Good luck, and if you’re coming to live with us, we’ll see you soon!

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