The Ins and Outs of Chancellors Court

I lived in Chancellors Court last year and, as the newest accommodation on campus, it was really modern, clean and, most importantly, a pleasure to live in. It’s situated next to Creative Edge and Sporting Edge; fabulous if you’re based in those buildings, but even when I wasn’t, it was only a few minutes’ walk …

Elisha’s blog- Budgeting at university

We’ve wrote about how to manage finances at university before but I just thought it would be useful to give a general overview of budgeting for those who are considering higher education. It’s really important to consider what costs really are essential, understand how to manage day to day costs and start to think about …

Faye’s Blog – Support to help you along the way.

There are many different aspects to university life; assignments, travel, accommodation, money, loans, nights out etc. and as you can imagine university life may actually include some bad things; struggling with the workload, not being able to find accommodation and so on. But, don’t worry Edge Hill is fantastic when it comes to getting the …

“A house is not a home unless it contains food and fire for the mind as well as the body.” – Benjamin Franklin (Stephanie’s Blog)

I love this quote… And it isn’t more true than when thinking about the various ‘homes’ I have. When I go back to My Parents House that is going ‘home’, when I drive back to Uni I’m driving ‘home’ and my halls in first year and my house in second year have both been ‘homes.’ …

Alex’s Blog – Your home away from home!

This week’s theme for the blogs is based around accommodation at Edge Hill. Now, rather than tell you how brilliant it is, which of course, it is… I thought I would leave you with a link to all the information you may need about accommodation and instead tell you about my experiences of being away …

Elisha’s blog- Living away from Edge Hill…

Being a mature student and living away from campus, I often get asked by students how manageable this type of living arrangement is. This is certainly something that I worried about when I considered coming to University, and I have found it absolutely fine. If you are limited to where you currently live, whether it’s …