Despite Concerns Regarding Future Debt, University is Worth it, Say Students
New research released today has revealed that most (85%) students believe that a university education is a major factor in their progression towards their future career aspirations. 79% of students also stated that they feel their university experience also helps prepare them to transition beyond university life through softer skills development such as teamwork, time management, cooking and networking.
Cost of Living Crisis Causing 85% of US College Students to Become More Environmentally Conscious
The study found almost half of US students (42%) report the cost-of-living crisis is having a significant impact on the way they live. It is driving students to make more sustainable choices, with 31% of US students surveyed reporting they have reduced their energy use and 20% adding extra layers to avoid turning the heat on. Additionally, 75% have actively cut their spending, with more than half spending less on eating out (55%) and 21% spending less on alcohol.
US College Students Have Wildly Different Approaches to Eating Healthy and Maintaining Mental Focus than the Rest of the World
The study found less than 25% of US students cook seven or more healthy meals a week, compared to 29% in the rest of the world. Time (63%), money (57%) and the convenience of takeaways (31%) were cited as some of the biggest barriers to cooking. Female college students (33%) are more likely to eat a healthy breakfast than male college students, although on average women college students are (33%) less likely to cook while at school.
Study reveals stark disparity in students’ opinions and understanding of sustainability and their scepticism towards government and business promises
With COP27 on the horizon, recent research has revealed the need for continuing education on key issues regarding sustainability, and a deep skepticism from students about government and businesses commitment to addressing climate issues.
Revealed: Where to make the best of friends at university
With many school leavers undoubtedly anxious about what lies ahead, those destined for Edinburgh, Southampton and Bristol are most likely to make best friends forever. According to the research, 98% of respondents who studied in those cities claimed that five years down the line, they are still in touch with their besties from university.
Global Student Accommodation and Yugo continue U.S. expansion with acquisition of Waterloo Tower, Austin, Texas.
Located in the center of Austin’s student district and just 0.1 miles from The University of Texas at Austin, Yugo Austin Waterloo is an exceptional new residence. The location, combined with unrivalled facilities that include high-end finishes, study hubs, fitness facilities and an in-house coffee shop, has attracted significant student interest.
Study Highlights Mental Struggles of UK’s Students
For those experiencing declining mental health, over half (52%) claim to have become more anxious, 33% have lost confidence and 31% have become more introverted. The research was conducted as part of the launch of Yugo, the first global student housing operator created to enhance students’ experiences throughout and beyond university life.
Yugo launches new student community, Yugo Adelaide City
Yugo Adelaide City, a Global Student Accommodation (GSA) development, has officially opened its doors to students from across the globe. The property is operated by GSA’s operating partner Yugo, the first globally-branded student housing operator, and will offer a truly differentiated living experience to 725 domestic and international students in Adelaide.
Award-winning Glasgow student residence to be operated by Yugo
Yugo, the first global student housing operator created to enhance students’ experiences throughout and beyond university life, has announced that it will be taking over the management of the student residence, Scotway House. The award-winning, 399-bed development will be the first site for Yugo in Glasgow and bring the total number of managed student housing properties in Yugo’s UK portfolio to 27. Globally, Yugo now provides over 35,000 student beds spanning nine countries and over 65 cities.
Close to three quarters of university students in Australia who took part in an international study on wellbeing, COVID-19 and educational outcomes say the pandemic has had a long-term impact on their state of mind, with almost half delaying their university experience
Yugo, the first global student housing brand appoints Rui Barros as global COO
Yugo, the first global student housing operator, announces the appointment of Rui Barros as its new Global Chief Operating Officer. Rui’s appointment continues the momentum with which Yugo entered 2022, following its official launch last July.
New global brand redefines the college living experience for students globally...The new brand is the first global student housing operator created to enhance students’ experiences throughout and beyond college life and to directly address student demands for sustainable, educational, and personal growth.
Yugo will offer a truly differentiated living experience and currently accommodates students in over 100 living spaces spanning 69 cities worldwide with 36 spaces based across 21 states in the US.
The first global student housing operator, is launched to innovate student living spaces and the university experience
Yugo’s global portfolio will encompass 95 properties (living spaces) in nine countries, with 45,000 beds in more than 75 of the top cities in the world for higher education, stretching from Seattle to Melbourne. In the U.S., Yugo’s 29 living spaces span 19 states in cities such as Philadelphia, PA, Columbia, MO, Minneapolis, MN, and Seattle, WA, and college towns such as Madison, WI, Tallahassee, FL and Tempe, AZ, among others...