Survey to understand the experiences of students living in different types of accommodation
The UK Collaborative Centre for Housing Evidence is carrying out a new study for the Scottish Government, as part of a review of Purpose Built Student Accommodation (PBSA); this includes university and college student halls.
Researchers are interested in understanding the experiences of students living in different types of accommodation – whether purpose-built student housing, university and college student halls, or the ‘traditional’ private rented sector.
We’re inviting students aged 18+ living in Edinburgh, Dundee, Glasgow or St Andrews during term-time, to complete a short online survey. Researchers will also be carrying out interviews to find out more about student experiences.
Survey participants also have the opportunity to be entered into a prize draw for £200 of vouchers.
Click here for more information about participation in the survey. If you have any questions about the study contact Dr Tom Moore (Thomas.Moore@liverpool.ac.uk).
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Date: April 5, 2022 2:47 pm
Author(s): Claire Martin
Categorised in: Cross-cutting, News