Bristol students use technology to stay healthy and safe at uni

11th August 2016

Experts from the University of Bristol’s Student Health Service are behind a newly launched app that allows students to be better informed about their health. ‘ESC Student’ works by providing students with trusted information about a huge range of common health complaints, heading off the panic that consulting ‘Dr Google’ can give rise to.

Starting university means living far more independently than you’ve been used to, so why spend time worrying about your health instead of enjoying your new found freedom? With ESC Student, you can have an NHS-certified source of medical information at your fingertips, covering everything from first aid to physical and mental health issues, leaving you free to focus on making the most of the university lifestyle.

Similarly, you can remove worries about the safety and security of your Bristol student accommodation by opting to live in a trusted and reputable home, such as William & Matthew House. There’s secure electronic entry to the building and to your individual apartment, CCTV in communal areas and even an on-site management team in case you have any questions or concerns.

The team is also there to help you enjoy the uni lifestyle to the max, so why not let them reduce your bothersome life admin by taking care of details like booking taxis, signing for parcels and taking delivery of your online shopping orders? That way you’re free to spend more time in the fabulous on-site cinema, games and common room and private gym that are exclusively available to William & Matthew House residents. Of course, you’ll also have to hit the books from time to time, so William & Matthew House comes complete with spacious work rooms, as well as a desk in every apartment.

Reservations are coming in fast, so book today to secure your apartment before you miss out!

Email wmh@collegiate-ac.com or call 01173 751 386 for further details.

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