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Oxford

What you need to know

Looking for private student accommodation can be a daunting process, especially if you are new to the city, or even to the UK.

To give you a helping hand, our Accommodation Guide is packed full of essential information, covering all the main questions and issues that people face when looking for accommodation.

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Types of accommodation

Shared rental accommodation

As Oxford is a university city, demand for student housing is heavy – so start looking early!

SpareRoom, Rightmove and Daily Info are great places to begin your house hunt and get a feel for what’s available. SAE also has its own Facebook group page, designed to help students connect with potential flatmates.

Alternatively, you can also contact lettings agents directly. To help you, we’ve put a list together of agents in Oxford.
NB: This isn’t a full list of Oxford agencies, just some used by students.   

*Ensure that the letting agent you use is following the code of practice of the national Association of Estate Agents.

Private accommodation

SAE does not have its own halls of residence; however, there are private housing companies in Oxford offering purpose built student accommodation. These include:


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London

What you need to know

Looking for private student accommodation can be a daunting process, especially if you are new to the city, or even to the UK.

To give you a helping hand, our Accommodation Guide is packed full of essential information, covering all the main questions and issues that people face when looking for accommodation.

Join our Student Accommodation Facebook group


Types of accommodation

Shared rental accommodation

London has plenty of properties on offer, however being the British capital there are lots of people waiting to rent them. Competition can be fierce, so we recommend you start your search early.

SpareRoom, Rightmove and Gumtree are great places to begin your house hunt and get a feel for what’s available. SAE also has its own Facebook group page, designed to help students connect with potential flatmates.

Alternatively, you can also contact lettings agents directly.

*Ensure that any letting agent you use is following the code of practice of the national Association of Estate Agents.

Private accommodations

SAE does not have its own halls of residence; however, there are private housing companies near the London offering purpose built student accommodation. Some include:

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Liverpool

What you need to know

Looking for private student accommodation can be a daunting process, especially if you are new to the city, or even to the UK.

To give you a helping hand, our Accommodation Guide is packed full of essential information, covering all the main questions and issues that people face when looking for accommodation.

Join our Student Accommodation Facebook group


Types of accommodation 

Shared rental accommodation

As Liverpool is a university city, demand for student housing is heavy – so start looking early!

SpareRoom, Rightmove and StuRents are great places to begin your house hunt and get a feel for what’s available. SAE also has its own Facebook group page, designed to help students connect with potential flatmates.

Alternatively, you can also contact lettings agents directly. To help you, we’ve put a list together of agents in Liverpool.
NB: This isn’t a full list of Liverpool agencies, just some who specialise in student lettings.     

*Ensure that the letting agent you use is following the code of practice of the national Association of estate Agents.

Private accommodations

SAE does not have its own halls of residence; however, there are private housing companies near the Liverpool offering purpose built student accommodation. Some include: 

Useful links

Glasgow

What you need to know

Looking for private student accommodation can be a daunting process, especially if you are new to the city, or even to the UK.

To give you a helping hand, our Accommodation Guide is packed full of essential information, covering all the main questions and issues that people face when looking for accommodation.

Join our Student Accommodation Facebook group


Types of accommodation

Shared rental accommodation

As Scotland’s biggest and most cosmopolitan city, demand for student housing in Glasgow is heavy – so start looking early!

SpareRoom, Rightmove and Glasgow Pad are great places to begin your house hunt and get a feel for what’s available. SAE also has its own Facebook group page, designed to help students connect with potential flatmates.

Alternatively, you can also contact lettings agents directly. To help you, we’ve put a list together of agents in Oxford.
NB: This isn’t a full list of Glasgow agencies, just some used by students.   

*Ensure that the letting agent you use is following the code of practice of the national Association of estate Agents.

Private accommodation

SAE does not have its own halls of residence; however, there are private housing companies in Glasgow offering purpose built student accommodation. These include: 


Useful links

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