MyStudentHalls Bursts Onto The Scene to Bring UK Students the Best Accommodation

Here at Young Academic, we leave no stone unturned when it comes to finding UK students every service worth using during their studies. Whether it is resources, cheap drinks or accommodation – our team of committed reporters promised to keep you in the know day after day.

With that in mind, we feel compelled to introduce to you a great new service by the name of This, as the name suggests, is an easy to use and enticing search engine that sources the very best accommodation packages near your University or Campus. Whether you are a fresher looking for your first digs or third year that needs a new pad, My Student Halls is bound to have the solution for you – and what’s more, it’s free!

The site was founded just last year by company director Dan Roberts who has said of his latest venture; “I knew that I wanted to be in halls for my first year,” he says, “however which particular halls was another question entirely.”

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In true Young Academic style, we have had a good scour around the website and we must say that the platform is ever so easy to use. Users can search for accommodation by simply specifying their university and desired price range. The results are then displayed as a number of profiles that the prospective ‘rentee’ can then explore and decide exactly which student gaff is best for them.

The profiles even provide details on which essential amenities are provided, whom to contact and of course, whether or not there is space. MyStudentHalls can also be relied upon as a trusted source of information due to their collaboration with a number of providers such as iQ, CRM, Liberty Living and Victoria Hall.

Roberts went on to add; “My goal is to create a viable resource for both current and prospective students that will enable them to make an informed decision on the hall accommodation they wish to live in.”

As the best site we have seen of its kind, we really can’t recommend this service enough here at Young Academic HQ due to all of the aforementioned factors. The site is also very modern and has a great new student blog which will be full of success stories and the usual student banter.

To head to today, just click this link!

Charles Whitworth is the Editor of the Young Academic publications.

Graduating from the University of Liverpool with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism in 2008, Charles learned his trade in newsrooms such as IPC Media and Sky.

He has now developed as a top sports, music and current affairs journalist and has been printed in a range of publications including The Guardian. His interests include Cricket, Football, Rugby, Music and Current Affairs.

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