From tips on how to make the most of Freshers’ Week to what’s going on in your local area, you can read all kinds of student guides, Nido news and first-hand accounts penned by your fellow students right here.
Fancy writing about your own student experience, we’re always on the lookout for budding bloggers and writers to collaborate with us. If you’ve got a great idea or just fancy showing off your writing skills, be sure to get in touch if you want to have your say on our blog.
A town offering much more than meets the eye, Coventry (better known to students as Cov) is full of fun and interesting things to do. From student pubs, trendy restaurants and cafes to escape rooms, ice rinks and shopping. Whether you want a spontaneous night out to one of Coventry’s many Wetherspoons, or a calm Read more >
The thought of moving to London can sometimes be a little daunting, however, with Wembley’s local community atmosphere there is never a dull moment. With endless coffee shops, places to eat and drink, and fun activities such as Axe throwing in BOXPARK or a Yoga class at The Yellow, there are tons of opportunities to Read more >
Set on its own little Ireland, Cork is alive with creative, young energy, known as the ‘real capital of Ireland.’ The city is a modern metropolis offering artisan coffee bars, a vibrant art scene and live music against a background of traditional architecture, snug pubs and colourful houses. Our Curraheen Point residence on Farranlea Road Read more >
Set-in North-East London, Walthamstow embraces its old east London charm from the moment you step out of the tube. Now a lively, creative hub perfect for students to explore its variety of hip cafes, local shops and energetic bars. If your worried about being away from nature while in the capital, Walthamstow Wetlands, a beautiful nature reserve is only a 10-minute walk from Nido Alliot House.
To help you and your son or daughter reach a decision, be sure to check out this list of things to think about when it comes to choosing student accommodation.
Being a humanities student is definitely challenging. There are piles of reading to be done, essays to be written and exams to be crammed for. As a third year Journalism, Creative Writing and English student, I’ve definitely encountered my fair share of challenges during the years. Here’s what I think the hardest parts of my degree are.
Nido – West Hampstead was transformed into glitz, glam, a bit of grunge and a lot of colour, as one of our residents, Kyarah Boon, and her classmates ran their very own 90s event in our common room as part of their end of year module in Events Management at The Institute of Contemporary Music Performance.
Adapting to a different culture can be daunting, so we asked a few of our residents for the tricks they used to turn their new city into somewhere they can call home.