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Approval Granted for Accommodation at Wolfson College

Posted by Calum Martin in ,

Wolfson College in Oxford has received approval from the city council to construct new three-storey student accommodation

UCD to Rent Privately to Provide Student Housing

Posted by Aisling Murphy in

UCD plans to lease numerous bedrooms from private landlords to provide off-campus housing for its students

Student Accommodation Shortage in Glasgow Continues

Posted by Calum Martin in ,

The shortage of stock of student accommodation in Glasgow continues to pose issues for prospective students.

UCAS Latest Clearing Data Insights

Posted by Aisling Murphy in , ,

Recent data released by UCAS regarding the number of successful applicants and their route of entry has revealed some interesting insights.

Falmouth University Village Recommended for Approval

Posted by Calum Martin in ,

Despite opposition from a neighbouring parish council, a university village in Falmouth has been recommended for approval.

No Guarantee of University Halls for Glasgow Students

Posted by Calum Martin in ,

A number of new students hoping to study at the University of Glasgow have been automatically denied accommodation after receiving their results.

UCAS Clearance Courses Data Insights

Posted by Calum Martin in , ,

UCAS has opened its clearing process for 2022, revealing insights into which courses and institutions have the highest availability.

342-bed Cork PBSA Acquired by Harrison Street

Posted by Aisling Murphy in ,

Harrison Street, a US-based investment management company, have acquired the Melbourn Point PBSA in Cork, Ireland.

Student Beds Could Receive Government Funding

Posted by Calum Martin in , , ,

Construction of beds on university campuses may receive part-funding from the government after planning permission shelved for thousands of beds

Demolition of Derby Student Accommodation Underway

Posted by Calum Martin in ,

The demolition of a University of Derby student accommodation block has begun, which will make way for a new business school in the city centre.