Your dissertation is one of the most important parts of your entire time at uni. It requires careful planning, extensive research and plenty of serious attention when it comes to the actual writing. In fact, dissertations are so important that we have even designed parts of our student accommodation with them specifically in mind!
Each and every one of our student apartments has its own desk space, giving you a private, peaceful place to study. You can set up your desk area however you like. For some students, it’s all about neatly ordered papers and perfectly sharpened pencils. For others, a cluttered heap of textbooks, old mugs of tea and a laptop somewhere in the pile is how they work best.
Whatever your preference, your desk space is your own to use for your dissertation. It gives you the room to clear your head and focus your mind on the task at hand, which is essential for putting in your very best effort.
But that’s not all we’ve done. Wherever possible, we’ve included study rooms, seminar rooms and reading rooms into our student properties in order to give residents a choice of study spaces. Whether you’re writing your dissertation, prepping for an exam or just going over your latest seminar notes, our dedicated studying spaces have been designed to enable you to work efficiently on your own or in small groups.
Of course, it’s also important to take regular timeouts from your dissertation in order to help deal with the pressure of working on it. Remember that your fellow residents are in the same boat and often a chat over a cup of coffee in one of your building’s fabulous social spaces can leave all of you feeling refreshed and ready to tackle the next few paragraphs. And of course if your property has a gym then you can always work out the stress on the running machine and keep in shape at the same time!
However you prefer to tackle your dissertation – in short bursts or one heroic effort – we hope you enjoy doing so in your stylish Collegiate surroundings.
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