Today we’re looking at cheap eats for students and we’ve put together a guide for the best places to eat in West London. From Portobello Market to fantastic burger & noodle joints, there’s something for everyone.
Choosing to pursue postgraduate study in London is an exciting decision. However, there’s still a lot to think about - where will you choose to study? And what sort of postgraduate accommodation will you opt for?
Today, we’re looking at the unusual and alternative things that international students in London can try to get a more unique experience of the city. From escape rooms to indoor mini golf, it’s time to get adventurous!
In this blog post, we explore the cost of living in London and outline the typical student budget for those studying in the capital. From income tracking to charity shopping, there are loads of ways you can save money.
Living in shared accommodation can be loads of fun but there are also things you may want to consider before choosing a shared house or flat. Our advice for living with other students should help you to feel prepared.
Those who study in London will already know just how much the UK’s capital has to offer. With restaurants, museums, and a vibrant nightlife, student life in London can be a lot of fun. Here are some of the reasons why it is such a great place for students.
When it comes to your student weekly shopping list, you’re going to have a lot to think about. This is why, from budgeting suggestions to weekly staples, Beaumont House wants to share some of the best ways to make the most out of shopping as a student.
Life as an international student can seem daunting, but it can also be a lot of fun. In this article, Beaumont House describes some of the advantages of studying abroad, listing the ways in which you can make the most of your experiences overseas.
Student living can seem pretty daunting, especially if you haven’t yet had a chance to introduce yourself to your future housemates. This is why we have created a list of fun icebreaker questions to help you settle in!
This student house checklist will help you out as you prepare to move in to your new student accommodation. From bedding through to stationary - we’ve covered everything that you will need at university.
We understand that moving into your new student pad can be nerve racking and having some tips that you can take with you is a great way to distinguish those first day nerves. With this in mind, we’ve provided you with some student accommodation advice that will ease you into student living.
London has arguably the best integrated transport network system in the UK, including a tram, tube and bus system. So travelling across the city is simple. For students getting to University the bus or the tube is the best option. Getting in and out of London is just as easy, with a multitude of major train stations connecting students to their hometowns across the country.