Essentials you need when moving out for university!

One thing I realised when moving into my university accommodation last year is that I had completely forgotten some essential things that I had not even thought. So here is a checklist you can use just to make sure you’ve managed to grab everything you need:

For the bedroom:

  1. Bedding (pillows, duvet, pillow cases, bed sheets, mattress protector)
  2. Lamp
  3. Laundry basket
  4. Door stop
  5. Coat Hangers
  6. Mirror
  7. Bin
  8. Clothes Horse
  9. Extension cable

For the bathroom:

  1. Bath/ Toilet mat
  2. Toilet Brush
  3. Towels
  4. Facecloth
  5. Cup
  6. Toilet Brush holder
  7. Shower Curtain
  8. Bin
  9. Toilet roll

For the Kitchen:

  1. Cutlery (Knifes, Forks, Spoons, Teaspoons)
  2. Plates
  3. Bowls
  4. Cups
  5. Pots and Pans (Frying Pan, Wok, etc.)
  6. Baking tray
  7. Sieve
  8. Spatula
  9. Vegetable/ Potato peeler
  10. Tin opener
  11. Wooden spoon
  12. Cutting Knives, for bread, meat, etc.
  13. Cheese Grater
  14. Food containers (Tupperware)
  15. Oven gloves
  16. Tea towels
  17. Scissors

Stationary

  1. Pens
  2. Pencils
  3. Ruler
  4. Notebooks
  5. Highlighters
  6. Post it notes
  7. Blue tack
  8. sellotape
  9. Stapler and or paperclips
  10. Folders
  11. Calendar
  12. Course books

I think I’ve got the majority covered, just grab your clothes, stationary, documents and you are all ready for the year!

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2 thoughts on “Essentials you need when moving out for university!

    • amberrhodes19 says:

      I wouldn’t say having a laptop is essential as you will be able to use the computers in your university’s library. But I found having a laptop made life a lot easier as I took it to lectures to write up all of my notes, and I could do my seminar work in my accommodation rather than having to go to and from the library.

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