As December rapidly approaches, that means one thing for the majority of students here in Lancaster: they will be heading home across the country to join their families for the holidays. But that’s not the case for everyone. Whether you’re from very far afield and just can’t feasibly make it home, or you’ve decided to stay in Lancaster for personal reasons, you may be wondering what you can do with yourself on Christmas Day this year.
Light Up Lancaster transforms the streets, gardens and historical buildings of Lancaster into a spectacular two-day festival of light and art, inviting you to view the city through the imagination of artists as they explore the medium of light in all its forms.
You may have only just started getting settled into your student accommodation in Lancaster, but Halloween is just around the corner. Do you remember how exciting Halloween was when you were a child? Trick or treating, scary costumes, eating so many sweets and chocolates you made yourself sick. Well, the fun doesn’t stop just because you’re too old to pester strangers at their homes for goodies.
When it comes to student housing in Lancaster, it’s rare that the date you can move in will coincide with your University start date. This gives you the flexibility to move into your student house at your leisure. You can either wait until the weekend before University starts, or you can move in much earlier and take advantage of all the benefits that brings.
In accordance with our dedication to bringing outstanding service to our customers, Student Housing Lancaster are expanding by opening a brand-new office in Lancaster. Right in the heart of a thriving student area, our new office can be found on Prospect Street, right around the corner from the University of Cumbria.
Whatever you’re spending your summer doing, in just under two months you’ll have to start thinking about going back to university, and crucially, what you’re going to be bringing with you when you move into your brand-new student house. If this is your first time dipping into the world of student housing, you might be a little bewildered as to what to bring.
No matter whether you’re starting Uni this year or coming back for your second or third year, you’re probably on the hunt for a place to live. Deciding whether to live by yourself or to share a home with other students, however, can be a little bit daunting. Continue reading
The world’s biggest footballing competition, the World Cup, has gripped nations since it began on 14th June. There have been some surprising, shocking, and truly amazing moments throughout, most memorably Germany being knocked out in the group stages by South Korea, and England comfortably getting through to the knock out stages. Continue reading
Being a student means that, sometimes, you have to knuckle down and be productive – especially when deadlines are on the way. However, this doesn’t have to be difficult; if you have the right tools and the right study space in your student home, you can not only find it much easier, but you may just enjoy kicking back and… getting productive! So, flip up that laptop screen, get comfortable and get ready to smash through all the work. Want to know how? Continue reading
University can be a stressful time – applying for your course, making friends, finding student accommodation etc. However, when you have your student housing sorted, you can definitely start to relax. While you may have many big (and small) questions before you set off for your first or second year of studying, perhaps the biggest question is ‘when do I need to start looking for student accommodation?’ Continue reading