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If you have decided to come to Sheffield to study, you might be wondering what student accommodation in Sheffield is really like, where the best areas to live are, and what there is to do besides drinking. Here is a handy guide to living and studying in Sheffield.
Today, we also eat chocolate eggs, giving one to each member of the family. We found some of the best eggs (reasonably priced too!) were from Aldi, or Lidl, though you will find Easter eggs on sale everywhere!
The internet is useful for loads of things, not just watching videos of cats or falling into a YouTube wormhole at 3 am. You can use the internet to help you study, save money, find the best nightlife, or just escape your housemates and binge on Netflix for the night.
Not sure what to do this Bank holiday in the City Sheffield, but you fancy having a brain break from University work. Why not stay at home and take advantage of your nice student accommodation to test out these easy student friendly Easter recipes, don’t forget to share them with your university friends, flatmate, family or partners.
Sharing a student house can be great fun but your housemates could literally be your besties - or worst enemies depending on who you choose to share your space with. Read our tips on selecting the right people to live with!
19th- 25th February 2018 is Student volunteering week. Here we shall look at all the activities you can take part in and reasons for volunteering as a student, and highlight why volunteering in Sheffield is important whilst at University.
It might Valentine’s Day this week, but once your cards have been handed out, gifts received (hopefully!), and kisses sent, it’s time to get back to more serious matters. Money matters, to be precise, as this week also happens to be National Student Money Week! The annual awareness campaign, managed by the National Association of Student Money Advisers (NASMA), kicked off on Monday (February 12th), with the purpose of helping you manage your money and finances.