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StuRents Research: Housing Affordability in England

Posted by Calum Martin in , ,

Analysis of student housing prices in England versus the average maintenance loan reveals interesting insights about affordability at a city level.

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.

Term-Time Accommodation Trends

Posted by Aisling Murphy in , ,

The StuRents research team has analysed the latest data covering term-time accommodation of undergraduate students to reveal some interesting trends.

Housing Deal Agreed by L&G and Oxford University

Posted by Calum Martin

A deal involving postgraduate housing has been agreed upon by Legal & General Capital (LGC) and Oxford University as part of their $4bn partnership.

St Hilda's College Plan Student Development in Oxford

Posted by Calum Martin in , ,

Plans for a student accommodation development in Oxford have been submitted by St Hilda's College.

Dundee Revealed as the Cheapest City for Students

Posted by Calum Martin in , ,

A new study into the affordability of cities across the UK has revealed that the University of Dundee is the cheapest place to be a student.

Unanimous Approval For New Oxford Accommodation

Posted by Aisling Murphy in ,

Oxford City councillors have unanimously voted to approve plans for a new 189-bed student accommodation, on the site of an unused Conservative Club

Oxford Brookes' Plans Rejected Again

Posted by Richard Ward in

Plans put forward to build new student accommodation in Oxford have been rejected for a second time.

St Andrews Tops UK University Rankings

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St Andrews has beaten Oxford and Cambridge to be named the best university in the UK.

Student Accommodation Research: Q3-2021 Update

Posted by Richard Ward in

Student budgets have continued to increase despite the challenges created by Covid-19, whilst planning activity increased quarter-on-quarter.