1. Your own space
As a postgraduate student you’ve probably had enough of living the classic student life. And although it may be fun during your first years living away from home; partying until the early hours and making midnight meals with your housemates, having your own space will really benefit your postgraduate studies. Living in a studio you can sleep, study and chill-out when you want to, whilst making your room your very own sanctuary.
2. No more queues
Living in a studio flat means you have your very own kitchenette, bathroom and study space. So there’s no more queuing for a shower in the morning, no more waiting for the microwave, no more sharing a fridge and no more cleaning up after your messy housemates! You can do whatever you want at your own pace and more efficiently as everything you need is all in one space.
3. Study in peace
Studio flats are popular with mature students and are even sometimes available to couples, so tend to be quieter places to live. You can set up a study space in your room that works for you and make the most of the peace and quiet. Check out tips for maximising your study space and managing studying stress levels.
4. Value for money
All-inclusive living means exactly that; all your utility bills are included in your rent so you don’t have to worry about budgeting for unexpected bills. A purpose-built studio flat will be better value for money than renting privately as there are no extra fees (such as admin fees, deposits and contents insurance).
5. Less hassle
Let’s face it; you already have enough on your plate as a postgraduate student. But living in a studio flat means less worry about your living situation, and more time to focus on studying and getting the very best out of your university years. Why not check out some of our awesome studios rooms that are available to book today: