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What you should bring when you move into your student accommodation

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You’re probably wondering what you should bring when you move out. Well, lucky for you, we’ve devised a list of all the things you should definitely take with you!

 

Bed sheets, duvet, and pillows 

 

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Pretty self-explanatory. Pillow + duvet = sleep.

 

Plate, bowl, cup/glass, and a cutlery set

 

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You will need these to eat and drink!

 

Glasses/party-ware  

 

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Make sure there’s enough to share!

 

Pan and cooking utensils

 

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You’re a student. As long as you have the kitchen equipment to cook pasta, you’re golden.

 

Casual, going-out, and formal clothes

 

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You want something comfy you can chill out in and go to uni, an outfit you can wear to work or placement, and clothes you can wear on a night out. Bonus points if you can integrate all three into one outfit!

 

Electronic devices

 

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Obviously you will want your phone, so don't forget that! Your laptop/computer will also be necessary to complete your assignments. And don’t forget any chargers and cables you might need.

 

Stationary

 

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Essential for taking notes in lectures or to make revision notes at home.

 

Food

 

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Get stocked up on some healthy food you can cook meals from scratch with. Who are we kidding – you’ll get loads of frozen pizzas and crisps! And pasta. Lots and lots of pasta. 

 

Pins

 

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Most student accommodation has pin boards, so you might find these useful.

 

Something to remind you of home

 

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Whether it’s photos plastered all over your room, a stuffed toy, or a snuggly blanket, bring something to make you feel at home. 

 

 

What’s that one thing you won’t be able to move out without? Let us know!

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