Our student accommodation is more than just a place to sleep, study and store your stuff. Everything about the Miguel Cordero Residence (MCR) in inner-city Camperdown is designed to help you make the most of uni life and have some fun along the way.
Here’s four reasons why our student accommodation is a great place to live and learn.
Fast-track your friendships
Starting uni for the first time is always a little intimidating. Not knowing your way around campus or what a tutorial is exactly can seem even scarier when you’re setting out by yourself. The best part of living in our student accommodation is from the moment you collect your key, you’ll be surrounded by other people just like you. Making friends before you even head to campus for your first class is what makes student accommodation a winner – the good times begin straight away.
Easy does it
You know what’s not fun? Negotiating with landlords. Or shopping around for an electricity plan. Or showing up to a rental open house inspection and realising 50 people have already crowded into the space ahead of you (welcome to Sydney…). When you move in with us, our student accommodation team is always on-hand to take care of the nitty gritty for you, like electricity, wi-fi, and maintenance issues. This way, all you have to concentrate on is enjoying uni life.
Let the games begin
If you’re new to Sydney or city life, knowing where to go and what to do can be complicated when you have a new uni schedule to juggle as well. This is why the Residential Life program brings the fun to you. From Pilates to pizza parties, there is a whole range of free activities every month for you to get involved in at our student accommodation. By popping along to one of our regular movie nights or signing up for a game of soccer in the park across the road, you’ll be surrounded by friendly faces who’ve also set their sights on making the most of their time at uni. And don’t worry, these events won’t be forced on you if you need a little downtime too.
Go the distance
Countless lifelong friendships began in the common rooms and hallways of our student accommodation. Living together in a community means you’re going to get to know your neighbours (and fast). The shared experience of living away from home, for better and for worse, will help you develop bonds that last long after your first year.
Page last updated: 2017-11-28
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