Student Accommodation Brighton

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    Everything about Student Accommodation Brighton

    Situated on the south coast, Brighton is a seaside resort in the county of East Sussex, UK. Its excellent location has made it a famous tourist destination, popular for its diverse communities, quirky shopping streets, large cultural, music and arts scene. The city experiences a temperate climate with mild, balmy weather with sufficient amount of sunshine and sea breezes. It is home to two world-class universities, the University of Sussex and the University of Brighton which admits thousands of overseas students each year making the task of finding quality student accommodation Brighton quite difficult.
    Universities in the city have struggled to accommodate all the students in their student hall, thereby creating a need for private student housing with onsite facilities. Students can find a student room in Brighton by visiting student accommodation websites like University Living to browse through a wide selection of room types available and make a well-informed decision about the best student housing. You can opt from an array of room types based on your budget – student flats, apartments, student studio, as well as a shared and en-suite room.
    What makes Brighton different?
    Many people choose to live in Brighton is because of its low cost of living as compared to other big cities like London. The people of Brighton are quite friendly and welcoming in nature which helps outsiders to blend in quite easily. Unlike major cities where people often keep to themselves, you can always see some smiles from Brightonians in the street and have a nice chat with them.
    Explore Brighton
    Brighton is popularly known as the UK's fashionable city with beautiful pebble beach, pier and seaside recreation. The city has got a unique cultural and culinary appeal. It also offers a vibrant night scene with at least 360 pubs in Brighton and Hove—enough to drink at a distinct one every day of the year. The city is filled with arts and culture, which has been on the map since the late 1960s with arts showcases like the Brighton Fringe and Pink Fringe. It also hosts festivals like the Brighton Festival, which is known as the “biggest and most popular annual multi-arts festival in England”. The city is extremely well-connected by a strong network of roadways and public transport, making it quite easy for everyone to explore other exciting parts of the country at a moment’s notice.
    Student Life in Brighton
    Students will love to stay in  Brighton as it buzzing and lively all year round.  Many students who visit this city fall in love with the place and have a very hard time ever leaving. During the day when you have no lectures, you can shop until you drop at some of the big-name stores in Churchill Square to the more bizarre and funky in the North Laine area. If you prefer your music live, then there are many pubs and clubs that host regular gigs. You can also head to the Brighton Centre or the Concorde II which are some of the popular venues. The city is crammed with cafés, bars, restaurants and coffee shops. Whether you want to dine in style or grab a cheap deal, there is always something for everyone.
    Students living in private accommodation get to enjoy a wide range of onsite amenities which makes their living experience quite comfortable. These modern facilities include a living room with TV and sitting area, games area with a pool table or foosball table, card-operated laundry, fully-equipped fitness centre, cinema room, private study areas, and plenty more.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    How will I be able to rent student accommodation in Brighton?
    You simply have 3 easy steps to follow as given below: a) Select your favourite accommodation b) Pay the security deposit if required c) Thereafter, booking is confirmed for you. Don’t worry if you are stuck in the process as our experienced staff are there to provide all needed guidance.

    What are the different types of student accommodation in Brighton?
    The type of accommodations available at University Living are student specific homes that are known as purpose-built student accommodation (PBSA) offering strategic locations close to universities. There are living space options like shared and private living with rooms designed to perfection. Students get to choose studios, en-suite rooms, and apartments. There are accommodations available for short-term stays when students visit the city for summer schools and exchange programmes.

    When should I book my student home for September intake? .
    It is better you book student accommodation as soon as you can so that you are open to more choices and best offers on room bookings. Book your room 6 months in advance to avoid last minute hassles.

    What are the different types of student rooms in Brighton?
    The major room types are: Sharing: Shared rooms are where 2 or more students can share a single room, washroom, kitchen, and other communal spaces. En-suite/Private: This is where you will get a private bedroom and bathroom, while the kitchen and living areas are mostly shared. Studios: A self-contained unit with a bedroom and cooking space with attached washrooms. Two people can also book one studio to share but it solely on provider’s discretion.

    Can I get discounts for student housing in Brighton?
    Of course, discounts are available for you but are available for those who book accommodations as early as possible. There are additional cashbacks and discounts available on group bookings.

    Are the bills included in the rent?
    Most of the accommodation providers include utility bills in the rent, so you don’t have to worry about paying additional. However, this depends on provider to provider whether rent includes Wi-Fi, water, gas, electricity, and other facilities such as a gym, laundry, cinema room, games room, and use of other communal spaces.

    What if I don’t like my accommodation after moving in?
    Although all our accommodations meet all your needs and preferences but still if you want to change then you can replace it with another choice. It should be done within 30 days of your booking by paying a one-time fee of £250.

    What are the best areas for students to live in Brighton?
    Student life in Brighton can be fascinating but what is important is to choose the right accommodation in the right student area. Brighton is home to some of the best student neighbourhoods like Baker Street, Gladstone Place, and Lewes Road to add a few.