At Unistudies we will take care of this part of your preparation for studies. Most people don't realise it, but organising your accommodation is often the most complex piece of the whole application process, as all institutions have their own way of allocating rooms for students. This is where you are at the complete mercy of the university. Many universities offer alternative accommodation when the postgraduate students leave in October. So, if you don’t get your first choice, don’t worry, you can be reallocated then.
Cypriot students usually want en-suite accommodation, which means that you have your own bathroom facilities. Rooms are arranged in groups of 6-8 student rooms and each group shares a kitchen and living area. In many university towns, such as Manchester and Leicester, there are also private Halls of Residence, which all have good facilities for students who don’t want to share a bathroom.