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Planning to move to London to study, is it hard to find 80 - 100 Pound 1 bedroom flats? Aussies also get in here.

 
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Planning to move to London to study, is it hard to find 80 - 100 Pound 1 bedroom flats? Aussies also get in here.
How much will gas and electricity cost? I am not a heavy user, I only use television to play my PS3. I have a laptop so it's not an issue. Is it hard to find a 1 bed in London? I am going to be in Central London.

I also have an option to move to the Gold Coast in Aus, I am interested in the Varsity towers in Robina. Apparently a Studio room goes for $230-275 p/w with gas and electricity.

Can you guys give me any advice? thanks so much.

hf
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bump genuine cry for help.
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Re: Planning to move to London to study, is it hard to find 80 - 100 Pound 1 bedroom flats? Aussies also get in here.
petition your own governemnt to build universities so that you dont have to travel 7000 miles to take other peoples resources and education places.
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bump anyone?
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Re: Planning to move to London to study, is it hard to find 80 - 100 Pound 1 bedroom flats? Aussies also get in here.
How much will gas and electricity cost? I am not a heavy user, I only use television to play my PS3. I have a laptop so it's not an issue. Is it hard to find a 1 bed in London? I am going to be in Central London.

I also have an option to move to the Gold Coast in Aus, I am interested in the Varsity towers in Robina. Apparently a Studio room goes for $230-275 p/w with gas and electricity.

Can you guys give me any advice? thanks so much.

hf
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In Perth, a f/f room with gas and power goes for about $250 so that would be right.
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Re: Planning to move to London to study, is it hard to find 80 - 100 Pound 1 bedroom flats? Aussies also get in here.
petition your own governemnt to build universities so that you dont have to travel 7000 miles to take other peoples resources and education places.
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Hey, asshole, I used to live in Australia before my dad brought me to this shit fest, if you have nothing to add then fuckoff2 Frenchie.
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Re: Planning to move to London to study, is it hard to find 80 - 100 Pound 1 bedroom flats? Aussies also get in here.
Where will you be studying?
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Re: Planning to move to London to study, is it hard to find 80 - 100 Pound 1 bedroom flats? Aussies also get in here.
How much will gas and electricity cost? I am not a heavy user, I only use television to play my PS3. I have a laptop so it's not an issue. Is it hard to find a 1 bed in London? I am going to be in Central London.

I also have an option to move to the Gold Coast in Aus, I am interested in the Varsity towers in Robina. Apparently a Studio room goes for $230-275 p/w with gas and electricity.

Can you guys give me any advice? thanks so much.

hf
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1406076


In Perth, a f/f room with gas and power goes for about $250 so that would be right.
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Thanks mate, that's really good news because I can afford this much. Here is a link to the ones I am talking about in GC.

[link to www.varsitytowers.com.au]
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Where will you be studying?
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London School of Business and management hf
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Re: Planning to move to London to study, is it hard to find 80 - 100 Pound 1 bedroom flats? Aussies also get in here.
petition your own governemnt to build universities so that you dont have to travel 7000 miles to take other peoples resources and education places.
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Hey, asshole, I used to live in Australia before my dad brought me to this shit fest, if you have nothing to add then fuckoff2 Frenchie.
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yeah i'm not french.

my advice would be to go back to australia. its way better than london. and the point remains, if you are australian, why do you want to be educated in london, have some pride.
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petition your own governemnt to build universities so that you dont have to travel 7000 miles to take other peoples resources and education places.
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lol...they can have the university places. They pay top dollar and more often than not study garbage that won't get them a job unless they go home. Fuck, not even a basic command of the English language is required these days. Uni has become a cash cow. If you're stupid enough to go there and not study one of the handful of subjects that does require uni then you're a sucker.

Roll up, roll up!
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bump great responses so far hf
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Re: Planning to move to London to study, is it hard to find 80 - 100 Pound 1 bedroom flats? Aussies also get in here.
How much will gas and electricity cost? I am not a heavy user, I only use television to play my PS3. I have a laptop so it's not an issue. Is it hard to find a 1 bed in London? I am going to be in Central London.

I also have an option to move to the Gold Coast in Aus, I am interested in the Varsity towers in Robina. Apparently a Studio room goes for $230-275 p/w with gas and electricity.

Can you guys give me any advice? thanks so much.

hf
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1406076


In Perth, a f/f room with gas and power goes for about $250 so that would be right.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1398710


Thanks mate, that's really good news because I can afford this much. Here is a link to the ones I am talking about in GC.

[link to www.varsitytowers.com.au]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1406076


Yeah $250 for a room in a share house within 5 kms of the major unis here is about standard.
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Re: Planning to move to London to study, is it hard to find 80 - 100 Pound 1 bedroom flats? Aussies also get in here.
petition your own governemnt to build universities so that you dont have to travel 7000 miles to take other peoples resources and education places.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1407301


Hey, asshole, I used to live in Australia before my dad brought me to this shit fest, if you have nothing to add then fuckoff2 Frenchie.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1406076


yeah i'm not french.

my advice would be to go back to australia. its way better than london. and the point remains, if you are australian, why do you want to be educated in london, have some pride.
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Because I completed my first year of the specific degree in SA through a private institute which is linked with LSBM in London, I got 2 distinctions from 4 subjects but stopped studying because the class conditions here are terrible.

I have 2 options, this has nothing to do with pride and glory, I love Europe and I love Australia, either one will do.
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Re: Planning to move to London to study, is it hard to find 80 - 100 Pound 1 bedroom flats? Aussies also get in here.
How much will gas and electricity cost? I am not a heavy user, I only use television to play my PS3. I have a laptop so it's not an issue. Is it hard to find a 1 bed in London? I am going to be in Central London.

I also have an option to move to the Gold Coast in Aus, I am interested in the Varsity towers in Robina. Apparently a Studio room goes for $230-275 p/w with gas and electricity.

Can you guys give me any advice? thanks so much.

hf
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1406076


In Perth, a f/f room with gas and power goes for about $250 so that would be right.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1398710


Thanks mate, that's really good news because I can afford this much. Here is a link to the ones I am talking about in GC.

[link to www.varsitytowers.com.au]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1406076


Yeah $250 for a room in a share house within 5 kms of the major unis here is about standard.
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It's very reasonable because it includes all charges such as gas and electricity, it is also completely furnished and even has its own aircon! looks like a better deal than London atm.
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05/30/2011 03:04 PM
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Re: Planning to move to London to study, is it hard to find 80 - 100 Pound 1 bedroom flats? Aussies also get in here.
1 bedroom in london is going set you back £200 notes a week in a decent aera
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Re: Planning to move to London to study, is it hard to find 80 - 100 Pound 1 bedroom flats? Aussies also get in here.
How much will gas and electricity cost? I am not a heavy user, I only use television to play my PS3. I have a laptop so it's not an issue. Is it hard to find a 1 bed in London? I am going to be in Central London.

I also have an option to move to the Gold Coast in Aus, I am interested in the Varsity towers in Robina. Apparently a Studio room goes for $230-275 p/w with gas and electricity.

Can you guys give me any advice? thanks so much.

hf
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1406076


In Perth, a f/f room with gas and power goes for about $250 so that would be right.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1398710


Thanks mate, that's really good news because I can afford this much. Here is a link to the ones I am talking about in GC.

[link to www.varsitytowers.com.au]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1406076


Yeah $250 for a room in a share house within 5 kms of the major unis here is about standard.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1398710


It's very reasonable because it includes all charges such as gas and electricity, it is also completely furnished and even has its own aircon! looks like a better deal than London atm.
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1 bedroom in london is going set you back £200 notes a week in a decent aera
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That's crazy... I think Australia looks like the better option here.
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1 bedroom in london is going set you back £200 notes a week in a decent aera
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That's crazy... I think Australia looks like the better option here.
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Re: Planning to move to London to study, is it hard to find 80 - 100 Pound 1 bedroom flats? Aussies also get in here.
petition your own governemnt to build universities so that you dont have to travel 7000 miles to take other peoples resources and education places.
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Sure, the government will take care of all your problems. Get the government to build universities and then pay for your education and medical needs.

Sounds like a socialist nightmare.

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Take a look at rightmove .co . uk can pick a area and get a idea of prices, the rent here is madness even where i am is subsidesed and i still pay over £120 a week.
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1 bedroom in london is going set you back £200 notes a week in a decent aera
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Agreed

Go to the outskirts of London and use the tube to get in, dont forget the cost of living in the city is way over the top also.
Gas and Electric maybe £60-£80 per month
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Re: Planning to move to London to study, is it hard to find 80 - 100 Pound 1 bedroom flats? Aussies also get in here.
petition your own governemnt to build universities so that you dont have to travel 7000 miles to take other peoples resources and education places.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1407301


Sure, the government will take care of all your problems. Get the government to build universities and then pay for your education and medical needs.

Sounds like a socialist nightmare.

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ok how do you get universities built in america? petition your local corporation or synagogue? good luck with that.
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[link to www.rightmove.co.uk]
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$250 a week will get you a share house in the inner suburbs of Melbourne a bit more would get you a small apartment.

Why dont you try www.realestate.com.au for an idea of how much rent would cost?
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Re: Planning to move to London to study, is it hard to find 80 - 100 Pound 1 bedroom flats? Aussies also get in here.
Australia has better weather & is cheaper to live(?) so my choice would be AUS
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Heres one for £90 pw

[link to www.rightmove.co.uk]
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Re: Planning to move to London to study, is it hard to find 80 - 100 Pound 1 bedroom flats? Aussies also get in here.
Take a look at rightmove .co . uk can pick a area and get a idea of prices, the rent here is madness even where i am is subsidesed and i still pay over £120 a week.
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 Quoting: SheldonCooper


$250 a week will get you a share house in the inner suburbs of Melbourne a bit more would get you a small apartment.

Why dont you try www.realestate.com.au for an idea of how much rent would cost?
 Quoting: BillyX


Australia has better weather & is cheaper to live(?) so my choice would be AUS
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Heres one for £90 pw

[link to www.rightmove.co.uk]
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Heres one for £90 pw

[link to www.rightmove.co.uk]
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Wow, some great information. I really appreciate this a lot you guys, thanks so much! I have no idea how to repay you back so here is a bit of love hf
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A perfect education

1) Get a pencil or pen and a piece of paper
2) list all travel coast over education period
3) list all food cost
4) list all fee's and money to be spent of computers, books etc
5) Take the US$75,000 that your list will probably have exceeded and travel the world while reading every anti-establishment book, website in those countries and you will have a much better idea of what really goes on.
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Re: Planning to move to London to study, is it hard to find 80 - 100 Pound 1 bedroom flats? Aussies also get in here.
people1 Earls Court (Kangaroo Valley) is where you want to go when you first arrive. Thats where you will find folks in the same boat that your in. I think you will have to share.

BTW Don't bring a load of valuables, you know how it is.

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