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What Student Accommodation In Lincoln Is Right For You?

Student Accommodation In Lincoln

You have made it to Lincoln, and your studying has paid off. You are about to start on your university journey. As well as buying bedding and deciding how to decorate your new student house or room, you will need to decided where you are going to live and what sort of student accommodation in Lincoln is going to be best for your needs.

Selecting your accommodation in Lincoln is one of the most important decisions you will need to make before you start your course. University Halls, Private Halls, student houses, or staying at home; there is a lot of choice available. To help you with your decision on your student accommodation Lincoln we have outlined some of the positives and negatives about each option.

University Managed Student Halls

University of Lincoln Managed Student Halls of residence is a home between living with your parents and complete independence. You will have your own room on the Brayford Campus and access to a great social scene.

The negative side to consider is living with up to 10 or more people can be messy, food can go missing and noise can be a problem. In short student halls can be fun but you need to think about if it is the right option for you.

Positives

  • Simple to meet new friends
  • Short walk to the Lincoln campus
  • You may have a cleaner for the communal areas

Negatives

  • You may have to share with lots of people
  • You do not get to choose who you will live with
  • Possibility of it being very noisy
  • Expensive

Student House

For many second and third years and some first years, making a private student house your home is the right option for them. Living in a student house gives you the option to select where and who you will live with in Lincoln. There are lots of student houses in the private sector in Lincoln so it is best to look around to see what each company or landlord offers.

Living in a student house may come with some additional responsibilities. If your student housing provider do not offer all-inclusive bills then you will have to manage your bills, keep the house clean and put the bins out.

Positives

  • Total freedom to select who you want to live with
  • Live where you want to in Lincoln
  • Lower cost than Halls

Negatives

  • Probably no cleaners unless you want to pay for one
  • Some student houses are not always close to University

Private Student Halls In Lincoln

Private student halls in Lincoln will be similar to the actual university halls in that they generally include all your bills and are generally in good locations. They are normally modern and well furnished.

In private student halls, you can live a student lifestyle but with additional benefits and comforts. These can include gyms, laundry facilities, and maintenance teams and well-designed communal areas.

Positives

  • Good locations
  • Modern living areas and bedrooms

Negatives

  • Expensive compared to student houses or even halls

Living at home in Lincoln

If you are going to university Lincoln and live in Lincoln, then living at home may be the right choice. You will not need to move, and it can be a low cost option.

Positives

  • Low cost
  • No need to move

Negatives

  • Not as independent
  • Can be more challenging to mix with other students

Jones Student Property

At Jones Student Property, We have a selection of 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 bed student houses and flats that are fully accredited by the University Accommodation Accreditation Scheme, and are finished to a high standard. Our student houses come with all-inclusive bills (subject to fair use agreement) free 350MB Virgin High Speed Broadband & TV licence. This means that you know exactly what you are paying each month so there are no nasty surprises! Best of all most of our rooms are priced from only £80 per week for the 2017/18 academic year! Take a look at some of our student houses in Lincoln here!

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