Black Friday is Coming: Be Prepared!

24.11.2021
Soon the mad weekend torture of Black Friday will be on us once again, as frantic shoppers traipse down to their local electronics and gift-stuffed megastores to slap up a better deal on things that’ll likely be obsolete by...

Book Club Issue 6: The Haunting of Hill House, Shirley Jackson

02.11.2021
BOOK CLUB: Issue 6 The Haunting of Hill House, Shirley Jackson Published in 1959, Shirley Jackson’s The Haunting of Hill House has come to be seen by many, including Stephen King, as one of the definitive haunted house...

How to Turn Your Bedroom into a Green Room

26.10.2021
How to Turn Your Bedroom into a Green Room If there’s one thing you’ll either have none or too much of at university, it’s houseplants Over the last few years, it’s become increasingly common to see students acquire...

Book Club Issue 5: The Miseducation of Cameron Post, Emily M. Danforth

04.10.2021
BOOK CLUB: Issue 5 It’s hard to think that only a few years ago the world was very different for LGBTQ+ young people, and that there are people who still think that was a better approach The Miseducation of Cameron Post is...

Alcoholism at Uni: Know the Signs

30.09.2021
Alcoholism at Uni: Know the Signs A wise friend of mine once said “It’s a miracle universities don’t burn down more often They’re buildings full of children given money and alcohol who can do what they want for the...

Book Club Issue 4: Conversations with Friends, Sally Rooney

21.09.2021
BOOK CLUB: Issue 4 Sally Rooney has become a rising star of the literary world, currently known as the “Salinger for the Snapchat generation” With her new book Beautiful World, Where Are You about to drop and the recent...

What Your Course Says About You

17.09.2021
What Your Course Says About You They say going to university is when you learn what sort of person you really are Well if that’s the case, we can settle this for you right now and tell you exactly what we, and everyone else,...

Book Club Issue 3: Never Let Me Go, Kazuo Ishiguro

01.09.2021
BOOK CLUB: Issue 3 Never Let Me Go, Kazuo Ishiguro   It’s often said that being a stranger to a place makes you more aware of it than those who have always been there You see the cracks in floor and walls, but you...

Interrailing: The Highs, Lows and Very Highs

24.08.2021
Your tickets are booked, your passport is packed, you’ve made certain you’ll be done with exams and have the time off work Going interrailing during or after university is a great experience anyone can enjoy and benefit from,...

Book Club issue 2: Sex Robots & Vegan Meat, Jenny Kleeman

22.07.2021
BOOK CLUB: Issue 2 Sex Robots & Vegan Meat, Jenny Kleeman This time we delve into the near-future with Jenny Kleeman’s exploration of the surreal science happening on the fringes of Silicon Valley She encounters groups...

Loneliness at Uni – Know the Signs

18.07.2021
There’s not a lot that’s more exciting than starting university The people, places and new experiences are what might define you for the rest of your life That said, pratfalls and setbacks can occur which might turn that new...

Book Club issue 1: The Lessons, Naomi Alderman

30.06.2021
BOOK CLUB: Issue 1 The Lessons, Naomi Alderman Welcome to the first of what we hope will be many reviews for our newly created Book Club Every two weeks we’ll draw your attention to a book we think a lot of you will enjoy...

Which Sex Education character are you?

24.05.2021
With the hit Netflix series due to return for Series 3 soon, now seems the perfect time to ask yourself the real, important questions, like which one of the fabulously dysfunctional main characters are you Campus life is the...

10 great ways to boost your mood and wellbeing during lockdown

04.02.2021
We know this is a challenging time for everyone and especially for students It is not easy to be cheery after the zillionth Zoom call or when the weather is rubbish But ‘it is always the darkest before dawn’ as they say and...

Top 5 revision tips to ace your GCSE exams

23.01.2020
Top 5 revision tips to ace your GCSE exams With the exception of a lucky few, revising effectively for your exams is essential in achieving great results and being able to fulfil your future goals Therefore,...

Your Quick Guide to Keeping the Peace

21.11.2018
Your Quick Guide to Keeping the Peace in Student Accommodation   Find Digs wants your time in our accommodation to be enjoyable and hassle free The majority of students have a good experience but sometimes you may need...

London Christmas Lights 2018 and where to see them

14.11.2018
Christmas is coming, and nothing signifies the approach of Christmas more than the glow of seasonal street lights Here's our quick guide to London's 2018 festive lights in some of the capital's biggest shopping destinations...

What is bullying and how you can deal with it?

Bullying affects millions of young people every year, and anyone can be bullied Here's what you can do if you're being bullied What is bullying The Anti-Bullying Alliance defines bullying as the repetitive, intentional hurting...

Top 10 places to check out around Furzedown Student Village and Cedars Hall

07.11.2018
Furzedown Student Village and Cedars Hall are located in the up-and-coming area of Tooting which is full of hidden gems at very affordable prices Whether it's shopping, dancing or eating there’s something around the corner for...

Summer Camp Activity Focus – The Oxford Ghost Trail

25.10.2018
With Halloween and the spooky season upon us let us introduce you one of most popular summer camp activities, The Oxford Ghost Trail Whether you are a student or a group leader accompanying children this historically...

Halloween Party at Cedars Hall

16.10.2018
Are you ready for Halloween   Come join us on Friday, 26th October 2018 from 8:00pm in the common room of Cedars Hall! Brought to you by the UAL Social Programme, decorations, food & entertainment will be...

Summer Camp at an English Boarding School

09.04.2018
Royal Hospital School Summer Camp What's it like going to a summer camp at an English boarding school Check out the video below to see our favourite moments from last year's summer camp in...

Integration Lessons

23.02.2018
What is an integration lesson Before travelling young students usually don't know what to expect from the trip: "How many friends will I make" "How much fun will I have" "Will my English improve very quickly" The thing is,...

Tiger, our new mascot!

15.02.2018
Meet Tiger, our new house cat How...

Chinese New Year in London 2018

Where to eat in London for Chinese New Year 2018 10 authentic Chinese restaurants in London On Sunday 18th February big celebrations, dragons and carnival costumes will fill up London’s China Town and the West End Why To...

Young Learners at the Natural History Museum

08.02.2018
A trip to discover the Natural History Museum Yesterday our young learners from China went on an exciting trip to the Natural History Museum, discovering the history of life on Earth, from the smallest insects to the largest...

5 English Easter Traditions

02.02.2018
5 Easter English Traditions Whether you are spending Easter holidays at home with your family or travelling around the world (why not visit the UK for an Easter Holidays English course) this is what you need to know about Easter...

5 easy-to-make recipes for students

08.01.2018
If you are a student in London you know eating out can be expensive and sometimes stressful!  Restaurants are always full, queueing has become part of your daily routine and waiting 30 minutes for a meal when you’re hungry is...

What they say about our summer camps

02.01.2018
Here is a small part of an article about our summer camps published in Study Travel Magazine, the world's leading business-to-business publication for the study travel industry read in over 110 countries every month "Looking...

Christmas at Kew

19.12.2017
There is still time to enjoy the lights! The Christmas at Kew is magical! If you’re looking for a proper festive fare, be prepared for a trail of wonders, start your Christmas botanical fest with Kew’s Christmas Singing...

Magical Chinese Lantern Festival (until 6 March 2016)

11.02.2016
Don't know what to do this weekend There are Chinese New Year Celebrations taking place all over London! The UK's first Chinese Lantern festival has floated into Chiswick House and Garden with a five-week programme of...

Come and join us in Oxford!

13.05.2014
OXFORD JUNIOR CENTRE July 6th 2015 – August 16th 2015 10- 17 years old   Centre Information   Located in the heart of Oxford City centre Modern residential accommodation in single en-suite...

Urban Food Fest – Bank Holiday weekend ( 3rd May )

29.04.2014
A revolving cast of dozens of food stalls and trucks serve a frankly intimidating variety of global cuisine at the Euro Car Parks in Shoreditch Jerk chicken, wood-fired oven pizza, pad thai, halloumi souvlaki, sushi, schwarma,...

THE LION KING

06.06.2013
Yesterday I was at the Lyceum Theatre to watch Disney's multi award-winning musical The Lion King The Lyceum Theatre is located near Covent Garden: 21 Wellington St, London WC2E 7RQ This show will excite both children and...

LICHTENSTEIN – A RETROSPECTIVE / TATE MODERN

21.05.2013
  What do you have planned for this rainy bank holiday week-end Museum, shopping, chilling If you haven’t had the chance to go see the Lichtenstein retrospective at Tate Modern, then I suggest you go The show closes...

Roller Blazing Glory

24.05.2012
Hi Everyone! Last week-end I went to a “Roller Disco” in Vauxhall and I think if you are looking for something fun and different to go to, then this is the place to be! Basically, “Roller Disco” is a club where you...

LET’S HAVE SOME FISH & CHIPS

16.05.2012
Hi everyone, I want to share with you my experience yesterday I had my first fish and chips takeout, the famous British speciality Before trying this glorious British classic, I wasn’t sure of the combination of having fish...

The Plum Pie

08.05.2012
Hi Everyone, Since summer is just around the corner, I thought it could be great to share with you all one of my favourite dessert recipes The plum pie =) It’s really easy to cook, and perfect to eat in the park during...

A French girl in London

23.04.2012
Hi everyone, My name is Elise, I’m originally from Paris and I was lucky enough to get the chance to spend 3 months in London to do my internship at Find Digs We all know that moving to a new place can be quite scary That...

We’ll help you personally

26.03.2012
  Dear students and agents,   We also offer a bespoke service where we find you accommodation that is tailored to your needs Don't want student halls or flatshares We organise viewings on individual apartments...