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Natalie Said:Can I enter the UK and live in a subletted flat as a visiting American with no visa?
We Answered:You actually fill in a Visa form on your way over here on the plane and present it to Immigration officers as you get off the plane. As long as you can prove you have enough funds to remain for thirty days, and that you don't have plans to work, or stay here, you shouldn't have any problems. It might be an idea to have the address and someone that you can contact in Edinburgh. Hope it all works out for you.
Roy Said:Flats in Edinburgh Dog Friendly?
We Answered:I would suggest you look on the websites of local estate agents and put dog friendly as one of your conditions.
I don't think anyone on here is going to do it for you.
Clifton Said:Moving From Glasgow To Edinburgh, Uni Student?
We Answered:That pretty cool, i'm moving from Edinburgh to Glasgow in September :)
For your first year you should consider moving into student accomodation. There will be a set amount and you won't need to worry about bills.
Check out Unite halls - www.unite-students.com
If you and your friend want to still get a flat you should check out Grant Management in Edinburgh. Depending on what University you go to the price will vary. If you're looking for somewhere cheap, get a flat a little bit out of town. Or if you've got a lovely big bursary stick to the centre of town.
www.grantmanagement.co.uk - Most of their 2 bedroom flats start at about £500 going up.
www.edinburgh.gumtree.com - private landlords. Theres always loads!
Gwendolyn Said:How much would it cost to get a flat in Edinburgh???
We Answered:Probably around £350 per month per person, depends which part of the city, however. £350 each for the centre of town up to £400-£450 each for the Bruntsfield/Morningside area, but down to £250 for the Leith area, most likely.
Hope you can afford it! Let me know if you can't and you can stay at mine...
Wesley Said:Moving to Scotland: Know something about Edinburgh neighborhoods?
We Answered:Crikey - you want it all. Newington, Liberton. Bruntsfield, Sciennes are all good places to stay. It is fairly safe and loads of stdents live in flats in these areas. By average price for a 1 bedroom flat, do you mean to rent or to buy? You could probably buy one between £90,000 and £120, 000 always depending on the area. For renting, most places charge about £400 - £500 per month - also depending on area.
Jeffery Said:Anyone know about Student Flats in Edinburgh?
We Answered:The flats are in Holyrood Road. A nice area. I was looking at the prices for a room. £450 per month. You can get a 1 bedroom flat in the city centre for that. I know it includes bills, but would you not be willing to pay extra for the privilege of having your own flat. Contact letting agencies like Dove Davies, who have loads of flats, for details of what is available.
Gail Said:where's a good alternative/indie/student sort of neighborhood in Edinburgh to rent a room/flat?
We Answered:Edinburgh University students often live around Tollcross, Marchmont, North/South Bridge, Grassmarket, Bruntsfield, Calton Road, and other central areas around Old Town. These neighborhoods are close to the university and are usually pretty lively. Morningside is another great area on the south side of town, and would be my choice if I ever lived in Edinburgh again.. but it can be expensive.
Many of the other universities are a bit out of town, so it depends if you want to live close to them, or close to everything else.
Avoid the outer suburbs like Muirhouse, Granton, Craigmillar and Pilton. These are the shadier areas of Edinburgh, and too far to be convenient.
Here's a bus map of Edinburgh:
Any of these areas would be fine:
-the "city centre map" area
-north up to Stockbridge, Inverleith and Canon Mills
-northeast to Pilrig and Leith, some of it is run down but the area is being revitalised especially near Ocean Terminal
-east to Holyrood
-south to Bruntsfield, Morningside, Blackford, Newington.. but personally, I would avoid Cameron Toll and Craigmillar in the SE
-southwest to Haymarket, Dalry and Gorgie.. further west than that isn't really convenient to Edinburgh University and there are a lot of council estates
-west to Corstorphine, it's a bit far but a nice neighborhood
Gumtree is the best place to start:
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I think you'll get a visa form when you are visiting and then you can enter the UK. One of my friends from the US went this way and he got in pretty easily. You'll be able to get in UK with ease as well. Just fill out the visa form.
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