Victory House At The University of East Anglia



James tells us about living in Victory House

My name's James, I'm a second-year Economics student here at the University of East Anglia. 

The first year I lived in an en-suite campus in Victory House. I lived with a mix of students from midwifery and nursing and we got on very very well. So it was really nice accommodation. 

I loved my time in halls. I met my best mates in halls and I live with them this year, in second year, in a house and I think it is a great way to meet people, to kind of have that independence as you move out of home, but still feel supported by the university and there are cleaning services at UEA for the accommodation and having an en-suite really helps in my opinion, as well. So I really, really enjoyed it.

My tips for accommodation choice? Well, clearly, if you want an en-suite, pick an en-suite. If not, then don't worry about it. Obviously, it's cheaper to have not an en-suite but, in my opinion, I think it's worth it because you're not always sure who you're going to be living with. And at UEA there's The Ziggurats which don't have en-suite but are very known for very high level of social life and then there's a large bulk of accommodations on campus and I think on-campus is definitely the best when it comes to UEA, so I think that's a key one to go for.


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