With the third national lockdown gaining momentum, students are once again stuck at home, looking for ways to juggle studies, work, and personal life. Even though, the prime minister expressed hope that the remote learning regime will end by February half-term, the pandemic is too unpredictable to make plans.
Every year, thousands of students pack up from Sheffield University and head home for Christmas break. After exams and with a big holiday ahead, it's the most happily anticipated travel events of the year. It is also one of the most dangerous. With roads in icy conditions and so many joining in travel, this time of year is usually when we share a few helpful cold-weather travel safety tips.
With the announcement for schools and universities to remain open during the second lockdown. Here's some information on what that means for students in Sheffield.
Whether it's your first semester at uni or the first time living in Sheffield student accommodation, it can be hard finding time and a place to study and finish your assignments. It might be that you're spending too much time in front of the TV, or you miss working at your desk at home.
There have been a lot of speculations lately about how life in uni will be like post-lockdown. Students, especially freshers, are scared to push forward with the enrolment with some planning to cancel their applications. Continuing students have had a great time for the past few months studying online, and now that they have to go back to physical learning, some want to defer.
From the affordable cost of living, beautiful sceneries to lovely studying environment, there is everything to love about Sheffield. The city attracts thousands of students every year as it is home to some of the most reputable institutions, including The University of Sheffield, Sheffield Hallam University and The Sheffield College.
The city has a variety of students housing in the market, making it a bit confusing for newcomers looking for the most suitable accommodation to suit their needs. Each of the student accommodation types has its benefits and drawbacks, and you should evaluate each before settling on one. Read on to understand the different types of students' accommodation in Sheffield and the pros and cons of each.
Going off to university is an exciting time. It's filled with fun times and many firsts, including finding your first property. Finding the ideal place is probably at the top of your list. However, you need to know that you might find the perfect property but it comes with one of the types of landlords you want to avoid.
As the date to leave to go to university draws closer, you need to get serious about checking important things off your to-do list. One of the most important things to do is find and secure your Sheffield student accommodation.