Newcastle student on living with us for four years
Whether you’re a student going through Clearing, a second/third year looking for a change from halls, or a postgraduate student starting a new chapter of study, where you choose to live is going to have a huge impact on your day-to-day life.
"Meet me at Mannequin?" My year with Student Roost
Are you making the move to uni this year? Former first year student and Mannequin House resident Anna Langston shares her story, which shows how leaving your childhood home for the big city presents exciting new opportunities and a newfound sense of independence.
Three reasons to stay in your student accommodation next year
At Student Roost, we love to see residents returning year on year. But why should you rebook? Sure, the convenience of not having to sort out somewhere new to live is a big plus, but there's more to it than that.
A Student Roost lockdown love story
Two students are due to celebrate the first anniversary of their lockdown wedding after spending six months together in their student flat in Edinburgh.
Generous Belfast residents give the gift of comfort to rescue animals
It’s the season of giving and we were so happy to hear just one of the ways you’ve been helping to spread the joy over the festive period – and our four-legged friends are pretty chuffed, too!
Go for it: master's student Emily on her Bath studio
One of the biggest decisions for university postgrads is choosing where to live and it’s okay to admit that your priorities may have changed since your undergraduate degree.
Roost resident Zoe returns to The Towpath
When she started her adventure at the University of Chester, student Zoe Lee Jukes made herself at home at one of two Roosts in the city: The Towpath.
Meet two students living The Heights life with us
Meet pals and flatmates Fran and Robyn, two Birmingham City University students who chose to make The Heights their home.
Moving out for university: why live away from home?
Looking to study at a university that's not far from home? Even if you can get to lectures by jumping on an early morning bus or train, there are so many benefits to moving out and into student accommodation that you just won't experience if you don't make the move.