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Postgraduate students at Anglia Ruskin have a variety of options open to them when it comes to living arrangements. Whatever they choose, students can be assured that they’ll be able to find comfortable, convenient and secure accommodation or the duration of their studies.
The university has a number of managed accommodation options on offer, which are based either on or near to campus. Students can choose from en-suite and shared facility rooms which can vary in price. While the university aims to house postgraduate students with others of their level, it’s possible that they’ll live with undergraduates.
It’s also possible to rent accommodation privately across the various towns and cities where Anglia Ruskin has campuses. From London to Chelmsford, each place has its unique local community, landscape and accommodation options. From privately managed halls to large, shared houses or self-contained apartments, there’s options for everyone. The university can give personalised advice and support around the process of finding private accommodation.
Wherever they end up living and studying, students at one of Anglia Ruskin’s campuses will be able to live in towns or cities that combine a range of local services and amenities with excellent access to London, other major cities or the countryside of East Anglia.