Whether you’re studying as part of a university degree or a qualification for work, having a good place to study is imperative to help with concentration and productivity. It may seem like a daunting task but creating a study place can be quite simple and only takes a few steps.
Planning a move away from home into university halls is a big task, and definitely a hectic one when it comes to deciding what you need to take with you and what needs to stay at home. There are a lot of things to buy – we’re sure you’ll be going on at least one mammoth shopping trip with your parents over the summer – and there are a lot of things to remember.
That’s why we’ve decided to make a list of the top 10 things you definitely shouldn’t forget when moving to university, so that we can make sure you’re well equipped for your first year.
University is a fantastic experience – more freedom, more choice about what you can do both study-wise and social-wise, and access to some amazing opportunities, events and places. If you’re heading to Warwick University this September, or are already there and want some tips, we’ve compiled a list of some of the best things to do to make the most of your university experience.
All students look forward to the holidays – a break from all the deadlines, early-morning classes and late-night study groups is always welcomed, no matter how short it may be.
However, travelling home can create some stress; if you must move out, where is your stuff going to go? Even if you don’t, are your sure your possessions will be safe in an empty property?
Student storage is the ideal solution. Let’s look at the benefits of renting a storage unit over the Christmas, Easter and summer holidays.
If you’re an international student, you’re unlikely to want to take all your possessions with you every time you travel home – it’s a lot to fit in your luggage! However, it might not always be possible to leave your items in your student accommodation. The landlord may choose to let your room over Christmas, or you might be concerned that your possessions won’t be secure.