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Elizabeth Whittingham

Elizabeth is a history graduate currently working in content and communications.

What is the ultimate housemate combination?

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Are you house hunting right now? When it comes to housemates, here at Student Life Guide we have compiled the ultimate combination needed to have the ultimate house share experience. Take a look below to see how your house measures up! The party animal Although they can be pretty frustrating at times, having a party-mad […]

The Worst Student House Fails

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We thought we would run through the worst student house fails to date, in celebration of students starting the house search this October. Don’t worry, whatever happens, it can’t be as bad as this! All tales sourced from the good old Student Room forums! Tom, Manchester, 22, the kitchen renovation that didn’t happen Back when […]

DIY Student house décor on a budget

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If you’ve just started your second year at university, then you’re probably all moved into your new student house by now. As opposed to student halls, this time you’ve got yourself a brand new bedroom which will probably be much larger and much more accommodating. If you would love to decorate but you’re super strapped […]

How to Pick Your Ultimate Student House

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I know it may seem a little soon, but by now you can definitely start looking into getting your student house for next year. There are’t that many guides around just with some tips on how to do this, so here at Student Life Guide we thought we could lend a helping hand, advising you […]

Check out the 8 ‘poshest’ university halls in the UK

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When it comes to student halls, most people think of little shoe box sized, damp, cell like rooms where students can touch each wall by spreading their arms. However, more and more universities are realising the staggering financial costs of studying and are hence working to create beautiful student accommodation buildings all over the UK. […]

Everything that will happen in your first year of university

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because going out takes a lot of effort The time has come, you’ve moved into your second year of university, and you’re pretty sure that you’re ready for the year ahead. However, whilst you may think you’re a dab hand at the whole university thing, second year of studying tends to have this nasty habit […]

How to handle your first graduate job

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If you’ve aced your CV, got through the interview process and have been accepted into a new graduate role, you’re probably waiting with baited breath for your first day at work to roll around to your doorstep. Although the idea of a new job is exciting as it holds new opportunities and fresh career starts, […]

ADVICE FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS COMING TO THE UK

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Here at Student Life Guide, we are committed to providing you with all the relevant information, and when it comes to international students who are coming from far and wide this September to enjoy a year abroad in Blighty, we definitely think it’s important to provide you with a guide to survival. Here are some […]

How to Afford your University Course Books

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It’s the bane of every student’s life; buying course books. Often universities will give you a list of books that are either compulsory or preferable to buy for your course, but it feels like they don’t take into account the massive financial strain this places on students. To buy these books new and first-hand from […]

Tackling Accommodation through Clearing

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It’s easy in the apparent chaos of university clearing to brush accommodation aside, yet as soon as your university place has been sorted, it’s incredibly important to get your living situation sorted as well. Follow these five handy tips to make sure that everything runs as smoothly as possible… #1 Get started Get started and […]