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Meet the Residents! – Melissa, Belvedere House

Do you have lots of questions about making the move to London? Not sure where to start? Wondering what your fellow residents would be like at LHA London? Or perhaps you’re just worried about finding cheap accommodation in London? Moving to a new place can be daunting, but it doesn’t need to be. We caught up with some of our residents to give you an insight on living with LHA

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13 Study Tips to get you through the Exam Period

1 – Make a plan We cannot say it often enough, but start in time! Being well prepared will give you less stress before and during the exam. Make a schedule for yourself in which you plan at least a few hours of studying a day. There are many great apps which can help you with your revision: iStudiez Pro – a fantastic schedule planner with notifications to make sure

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6 New Year’s Resolutions for London Life

With a renewed mindset on January 1st, most people set themselves some new year’s resolutions. It’s important to ensure these changes fit in with your current lifestyle and are achievable, otherwise sticking to them will be difficult! Make sure you’re one of the 8% that actually do stick to their resolutions! Here are a few realistic suggestions we think would be great for 2020 and are all easy to fit

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5 things to do when you can’t go home for Christmas

We’re getting ever closer to the season of Christmas jumpers, fairy lights and family rows!  In case you’ve been living under a rock, Christmas is on it’s way and many of our residents will be heading home to spend the festive period with their friends and families. But what if you’re not able to head home this year?  The thought of spending Christmas alone in London may not be a

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Why Affordable Co-living is Essential in Cities Like London

Co-living spaces are becoming increasingly popular across the world as young people start to realise the value of sharing affordable living spaces. In places like London in particular, it has proven a great way to make friends, save money and feel less lonely, something that young people new to London often struggle with. Co-living is community. It’s a brilliant, relatively cheap and extremely enticing concept to more and more people

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3 Things for International Students to Consider When Looking for Accommodation

Living conditions have a large impact on the overall university experience of any student. For international students, settling into a new country and living in a different culture, finding safe and decent accommodation can be the decider between staying and leaving. Students who choose to live off campus are usually faced with more challenges in finding a suitable place to live. Fortunately, many UK cities like London have a variety

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A Guide to: Canary Wharf

What’s Canary Wharf like to live in? Many people are unfamiliar with the area, but it’s one of the main financial districts of London, after The City. Home to many banks, international offices and skyscrapers, Canary Wharf is where many young professionals in London spend time doing business.  With many new developments around the docklands area, along with additions of shopping centres and restaurants, it’s a cool place to hang

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A Guide to: Stoke Newington

Stoke Newington is one of north London’s villages, located in the London Borough of Hackney, and is where you can find LHA Newington Court. N16 has been trendy for the last decade, but back in the 17th century it was little more than countryside. Now, residents of Stoke Newington are overwhelmed with choice, having the best of all worlds – with quiet, leafy neighbourhoods, a vibrant high street and excellent

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Budget-Friendly Things to do in London

Think living in London is too expensive? Thank again! There are plenty of things to do around the city either for free or on the cheap, so whether you’re a student or just like to be frugal, here are some of the best things to do around London on a shoestring budget. The memories will be priceless… Travel If you haven’t already and are eligible for one, get a 16-25

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10 Tips on Making Friends at University

You’ve just received your A Level results and you’re over the moon to be going to university! But you also have a lingering feeling of anxiety about the idea to moving to a new place and making new friends. Don’t worry, it’s totally normal to experience mixed emotions about starting your new life at university. That’s why we’ve gathered a list of ten handy tips to make mingling with new

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