Maybe you’re working towards finishing your A-Levels or SAT, or perhaps you’ve already got the marks you need and you’re now weighing up your options. Soon enough you’ll be making new friends and taking your studies to the next level. You’ve got a few things to think about first and the next big decision is fast-approaching – where to live while you study.
We’re giving you a helping hand, to make sure you can go out on that Wednesday-night social and not feel bad if you really want to buy that new pair of jeans.
dwell makes things simple and easy, so we have created a quick guide on how to make your checking out process that little bit easier. Check out our staff top tips for more advice on moving out!
Fortunately, there are plenty of ways that you can see the world on a budget. We’ve put together a few tips to make sure you know how to be a savvy traveller, and to help you get the most out of any trip.
There’s so much to look forward to in a new school semester! Time for you to look for a place to stay before you dive into a new adventure, especially if your home is far away from the university.
May is the month of holidays in Korea and here are the suggested best places and events you can visit.
After reading the introduction and FAQ, there may be more things that you didn’t know about dwell.
Find out more about dwell Student Living, a brand new student accommodation in Dongdaemun, walking distance from Hoegi Station and major universities.
Going to university is an exciting time in your life, but moving into your student accommodation doesn’t have to be stressful.
Heading off to uni for the first time can be a bit of a scary process. Making your student room feel like home is one of the best ways to combat those beginning-of-uni nerves.