TIPS: Sally Picot & Steve Diack – Looking for Student Accommodation in Australia

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As a student in Australia, your accommodation may well determine your success and your happiness. How so? We’re here to enlighten you. In this episode of TIPS, Sally Picot & Steve Diack share the top 3 priorities when looking for student accommodation.

The things you need to consider are your location, your budget and your personality. Our environments play a huge role in our well-being. Whether we commute to school daily for 30 minutes or walk to school for 10 minutes matters. How much the rent costs determines whether we need a part-time job or not. Each place offers a specific vibe, and you will need to find the one that fits your personality.

When choosing a room, find a rental that offers clear information. Factor in all the bits and pieces of the utilities and expenses. Know the ins and outs of public transportation. Get to know your neighbours. Take a feel of the place, both inside and outside, and think about whether you can really live here.

These are some of the things you should consider when looking for student accommodation in Australia. Choose your room wisely so you can enjoy your stay in your new city!

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