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The University of The West of Scotland appreciates how important the right living arrangements are for the success and wellbeing of its postgraduate students. The university maintains a number of halls of residence that provide a great way to live close to campus facilities, make friends and focus on studies while having support services on hand.
Each campus has its own distinct range of university accommodation, so students are encouraged to explore the university’s website for specific options once they know which campus they’ll be studying at. In general, however, students at the Ayr and Paisley campus can access a range of self-catered accommodation options, while those learning at the London campus typically source their own accommodation from private providers.
For postgraduate students who decide to live in private accommodation, the university is available to provide advice and guidance around finding an appropriate place and managing paperwork such as contracts.
Students at the Paisley campus are able to find private lets in the town itself or may decide to live in the nearby cultural hub of Glasgow, just minutes away by train. Students at the UWS London campus have the whole of the UK capital at their fingertips, with a huge range of unique and atmospheric neighbourhoods to live in.