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Everything about Birmingham Student Accommodation

It’s easy to find many types of student accommodation in Birmingham at affordable prices and at the prime location these days! The task of finding a student home is easy with University Living. We offer many choices from studios, suites, en-suites, shared rooms, shared apartments, etc. They are in the city centre and provide easy accessibility for traveling to the university and within the city with comfort and convenience.

We are a leading student accommodation provider, simplifying searching and booking accommodation process all over the UK at the earliest or even at the last minute.

When you visit our website, you can filter out the search per your needs and requirements based on your price ranging from luxury accommodation to budget-friendly accommodation in Birmingham, staying duration, distance from universities, room categories, occupancy, etc. They range from student housing to student apartments designed and built with the thought of keeping your preferences in mind.

The accommodations are spacious, foster a sense of community, fully furnished, and equipped with amenities like laundry, gym, study room, 24/7 support, wi-fi, and many others listed on University Living.

It's advisable to start searching and booking your accommodation early as many students apply to study in Birmingham from abroad. There's always a lot of demand for housing during peak times. When you book accommodation 4-5 months before the start of your academic journey, you will find safe, secure, and a great deal of affordable accommodation.

Top Demanded Student Accommodation in Birmingham

Accommodation is where you should feel sheltered, safe, and secure. Therefore, while finding a home, ensure you set your priorities straight with easy access to facilities and resources to enhance your living and studying environment.

These are the three types of student accommodation in Birmingham listed on University Living. If you plan to study and find accommodation in the city, we make the process simple to find one that suits you from the list below.

1) Student Housing

Student housing in Birmingham is also known as PBSA, an off-campus accommodation conveniently in the city center for an easy commute to classes and other social amenities. They offer various student rooms in Birmingham that are well-packed with amenities. The rooms have cozy bedrooms, bathrooms, study tables & chairs, windows, wardrobe, etc.

2) Private Apartments

If you love space, privacy, and freedom, consider student apartments in Birmingham. The apartments can be one-bedroom or shared apartments. The apartments are furnished or newly built and inclusive of the best amenities and utility bills.

3) University Halls

They are on-campus accommodations managed by universities and provide rooms for students who want to stay within the campus buildings. They differ from private student accommodation in Birmingham.

About Birmingham

According to QS, Best Student Cities ranks Birmingham 7th within the UK and 50th in the world. It is the second largest city in the UK, making it an exciting city amongst others for students to enjoy its excellent history, culture, eateries, shopping, entertainment, etc.

It is home to the University of Birmingham, a globally ranked top 100 research and teaching institute. Over 80,000 students are studying in Birmingham, which makes the city a cultural hub for students. This way, you can blend in, network, and make friends with your community or other like-minded students in such a multicultural city.

Facts of Birmingham City

  1. Birmingham is the most youthful city in the EU
  2. Birmingham has over 571 parks and open spaces
  3. Birmingham is known for its engineering
  4. JRR Tolkien stayed in Birmingham
  5. It hosts the largest and biggest St Patrick's Day celebration in England

Finest 5 Areas For Students To Live In Birmingham

1) Aston Rd

Aston Rd is in the north-east of central Birmingham, located at a distance of 1.4 miles away from the city center. You will find many universities within the radius of this area. There are also many student accommodations available at a low price. Some of the best student housing you can consider in this area are Mary Sturge Birmingham, starting from £202/week and The Old Fire Station Birmingham starting from £144/week.

2) Bagot Street

Bagot Street is a reasonable and affordable student area with a 15-minute walk to city centers. If you study at Birmingham University or other universities, you can stay in this area as the housing cost is low. Bagot Street Birmingham accommodation starts at a good deal from £164/week.

3) Pershore Rd

Pershore Rd is a good neighborhood with a student population. Some universities around the area have access to transportation links, markets, and other social amenities. It is 16 min on a bike ride to the city center. The most affordable property in this area is Vita Student Pebble Mill Birmingham, starting from £318/week.

4) Corporation Street

Corporation Street is in the city center and the main shopping area in Birmingham. There are many Victorian buildings in this area for exploring, and it also has easy access to transportation. If you study at Birmingham City University, you can stay in Chamberlain Place Birmingham; starting from £189/week. It is only an 11-minute walk away from this university.

5) Upper Dean Street, Birmingham City Centre, B5

The housing prices in this area are budget-friendly, starting from £219/week at True Birmingham. Most universities are within the radius of this area and are within walking distance, making it convenient for you to roll out of bed and attend classes.

Ideal cost of living in Birmingham for students

Birmingham is one of the most affordable cities in the UK. The cost of living in Birmingham will be around £720/month. This will exclude your tuition fees but will entail your cost of food, transportation, and other extra expenses.

On average, student housing will range between £144/week to £249/week ; they offer the cheapest cost of rent for students. Start searching for the best deals now!

The cost of food in Birmingham will depend on your lifestyle. If you are a junk lover, a McDonald's meal will cost you £7/person, or a meal at a mid-range restaurant will cost you £40/person. Eating food at local cafes and pubs might cost less. And if you love to cook meals at home, you can keep an approximate expense of £180/month on your grocery shopping.

Best travel transportation services in Birmingham

Birmingham has an extensive and well-developed public transportation infrastructure. It is a bike-friendly, friendly-area and can easily be navigated by bike within the city. As for public transportation, buses, trams, and trains are the most convenient and cost-effective way to travel with the city and its neighboring areas.

Buses: It is operated by National West Express Midlands, covering the area within the city and its surrounding areas. A single fare is £2.40/person.

Trams: If you want to travel within Birmingham city and its suburbs, it's the best way. It also connects to areas like Wednesbury and Wolverhampton. A single fare for a tram ride will cost £1.50/person.

Trains: The local trains are good for traveling to towns and suburbs. The national train, which runs from the station in the city centers, connects to other cities in the UK like Liverpool, Manchester, and London.

Birmingham discount cards for students in Birmingham: There are a few discounted cards like Student Bus Passes, 16-25 Railcards, NUS Extra Cards, and University-Specific Discounts, which you must check in with the transportation operating office and your university to apply for these discounted cards.

Birmingham Tourist Attractions

1) Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park

If you love animals and nature and want to spend time with your furry friends, this place has some of the world's most endangered species. They are well looked after, and this place gives you the experience of learning and meeting the rarest animals in the world.

2) Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery

This is one of the best museums that hosts a wide range of collections and objects. If you are a history buff, you will find many items connecting the past, present, and future through its history.

3) Cadbury World

Uncover this world of chocolates and its delights and enjoy its history, making, and whole journey in Cadbury. You can even get the 4D chocolate experience in the cinema.

4) Sutton Park

Sutton Park is a National Nature Reserve with woodlands, lakes, heathland, marshes, and wetlands. The area has various wild flora, cattle, and ponies.

5) Birmingham Hippodrome

It is a perfect place for theater lovers! This is one of the busiest theaters in the UK and is open to other types of performances like operas, dramas, etc. It's the stage of many famous plays, theater, and shows.

Famous Universities in Birmingham

1) University of Birmingham

The University of Birmingham is a world-leading research and teaching university. It ranks #84 in QS World University Rankings, offering 258 UG and 366 PG programs. Scholarships are available if you want to receive financial aid from this university.

2) Birmingham City University

Birmingham City University is a public university with a main campus in the city center. There are about 29,000 from 100 countries studying at this university. According to the Times Higher Education (2023), it was ranked at 501-600 among university rankings.

3) Aston University

Aston University is a public research university ranking #=446 in QS World University Rankings. The university offers 138 UG and 88 PG programs. If you need financial aid, scholarships are available at the university.

4) University College Birmingham

University College Birmingham is a public university with a 4 star in QS Stars, offering 52 UG and 22 PG programs. Over 1400 international students are studying in the university from around 60 countries.

5) Birmingham Newman University

Birmingham Newman University is a public university founded in 1986 based in Birmingham. Between 2008 and 2013, it was called the Newman University College and gained the status by 2013. The tuition fee for UG starts at 9,250 GBP. They offer PG degrees and diploma degrees, too.

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Q. When should I start looking for student accommodation in Birmingham?

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You should start looking for student accommodation in Birmingham once you get the university offer letter. This will give you an idea of the types of accommodation available in Birmingham. It's advisable to start booking your student housing in Birmingham one to two months before starting your journey to study abroad.

Q. How much is the rent for Birmingham student accommodation?

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The student rent for Birmingham student accommodation starts from £79/week onward. The price will differ depending on the location, type of accommodation, and occupancy. There are student rooms and student apartments in Birmingham. You can find a wide range of student housing near universities in Birmingham on University Living.

Q. Are there any discounts for student rooms in Birmingham?

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Yes, there are student discounts for student rooms in Birmingham. One of the most common types of discount is the Early bird discount, which you can claim with early bookings. There are many other types of discounts depending on the season of booking. We at University Living are also associated with many brands to offer the best discounts.

Q. Can I get a furnished Birmingham student accommodation?

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You can get a furnished Birmingham student accommodation with a bed, wardrobe, study desk & chair, shared kitchen, shared bathroom, etc.; it also comes with amenities and utility bills.

Q. Can I see the property before moving in?

A.Yes, you can request to see the property before moving in. Request with one of our agents, which will be arranged at your convenience. You can request a virtual tour or a physical one.

Q. Can a non-student live in student accommodation in Birmingham?

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No, student housing, known as PBSA, is designed only for students. Only students registered with universities are allowed to stay in these student accommodations in Birmingham.

Q. What different accommodation types are available for students in Birmingham?

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There are two types of student accommodation in Birmingham. They are also known as off-campus student housing in Birmingham. The first one is student housing, which comprises student rooms (studios, suites, and en-suite student rooms). The other is a student apartment in Birmingham (many occupancy types). You can find student rooms or apartments on University Living, where you can search by your desired location, price, accommodation, etc.

Q. What if I don’t like my student property in Birmingham after moving in?

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If you would like to change your Birmingham student accommodation once you move in, you can always request a new room. We have a room replacement service to help you in the process. You can contact us in University Living, and one of our experts will guide and assist you in getting a new room. Please note that room placement will be done within 60 days from the date of complaint.

Q. Can I get private student accommodation in Birmingham?

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Yes, you can get private student accommodation in Birmingham. They come in fully furnished, equipped with modern amenities, and inclusive of utility bills.

Q. How do I find Student accommodation in Birmingham?

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University Living is one of the leading global providers of student housing. You can find many verified properties, from student rooms to student apartments. Search, find, and book as per your desired location, price, accommodation type, and other personal preferences. If you need our assistance, we are available round the clock to help and assist you through the process of finding a student apartments in Birmingham.

Q. Which mode of transport is mostly used by the students?

A.Birmingham is well connected by many public transportation such as buses, trams, and trains.

Q. Are short-term stays available in Birmingham?

A.Short-term stays are available in Birmingham. However, the policies vary among the properties. Some properties offer a few days, some months, etc. To get detailed information on the short-term stay policy, you can contact our experts at University Living.

Q. How do I pay for my student housing in Birmingham?

A.You can pay student rent in Birmingham via credit/debit or bank transfer.

Q. Can I pay my student accommodation rent in instalments?

A.The rent can be paid in whole or four instalments with a UK or EU guarantor. You have to pay a secure deposit of 50 GBP to secure the accommodation.

Q. What utilities should be included in the rent?

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If you choose to stay in student accommodation, your utility bills are included in your rent. The bills will cover water, electricity, gas, and wi-fi, etc.