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Everything about Student Accommodation Norwich

Norwich was voted one of the top-notch locations to live in the UK. With two cathedrals and two universities, Norwich is a great place to study. The city has a student population of around 20,000, meaning there's plenty of student accommodation in Norwich, and you can find a wide range of all-inclusive, fully equipped private studios and shared apartments on University Living.

Norwich student accommodation for international students offers luxurious style, amenities such as Study Room, Lounge Area, Gym, Garden/Courtyard, Onsite Maintenance, Laundry, Vending Machine, Bicycle Storage, Games Area, Onsite Cafe, Social Events, etc yet at affordable prices.

You can search, compare, and book student accommodation on University Living based on your preferred location, price, occupancy type, amenities, and other personal preferences.

Top Demanded Student Accommodation in Norwich

Choose an accommodation that ensures your safety and comfort and enhances your student experience academically and personally. To do this, you need to research the property, such as its location, safety, price, and amenities included in the rent. Here are the types of on-campus and off campus accommodation in Norwich.

Student Housing: You get to stay in modern furnished rooms that are stylish and cozy yet come at a reasonable price, including amenities and utility bills like Water, Electricity, WiFi, Gas, Heating, CCTV, Support Team, and 24/7 Security.

Private Apartment: Student apartments in Norwich foster a sense of belonging among students, offering a more independent living to co-exist and choose their living options. They come fully -furnished with a bed, bathroom, wardrobe, study desk & chair, storage space, wardrobe, etc.

University Halls: If you want to stay on-campus, uni halls provide rooms without amenities and paid meal plans.

About Norwich

Norwich has been called a "Happy City" as it offers residents the best quality of life due to its close location to the coastline and countryside in the UK. It is a great place to be a student in Norwich as it offers vibrancy and a multicultural environment. Still, it's small enough to feel close-knit among the community and not isolated.

Best student area in Norwich

Norwich City Center: The city center is ideal for people who enjoy being at the center of activity. You will be satisfied with what it offers with the abundance of shops, supermarkets, pubs, bars, and restaurants. This place is also home to several independent stores. The city center is always close to the campus for Norwich University of the Arts students. Student apartments in Norwich prefer staying at Benedict’s Gate, Crown Place, or Pablo Fanque House, which are close to the city center and range from £150-£160 per week.

The Golden Triangle: The Golden Triangle is one of the city’s most loved student neighborhoods. The neighborhood is close to the city center and is full of renowned clubs, pubs, and restaurants, making it ideal for every student who loves a fantastic atmosphere. You will be in good company as the Norwich University of the Arts and University of East Anglia students who enjoy the neighborhood.

North and West Earlham: This location is one of the city’s busiest student neighborhoods that is excellent for living. The neighborhood has a lot to offer as this place offers fantastic superb restaurants, local pubs, groceries, and a lively vibe. You will not be far from the university thanks to the myriad of student accommodation options available. This place is also known for offering the city’s excellent transportation options to both colleges.

Cringleford: Cringleford is another fantastic location. Where you can find student housing in Norwich, the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital, Norwich Research Park, and the University of East Anglia are all in the neighborhood. This place is just 3 miles southwest of Norwich’s town. Cringleford retains a charming village ambiance and many in-demand homes. It is also a renowned neighborhood for families because of its popular neighborhood schools and award-winning children’s play area.

Ideal Cost of living in Norwich

The cost of living in Norwich is 57% lower than that of London. The overall cost of living here is £950 per month. On average, your student rent will come to about £150- £800 per week while groceries and eating out will cost £250 monthly. Your tuition fees are not part of your living expenses, so make sure you put a separate budget for tour fees.

Dining at a mid-range restaurant will cost you £34.00 per person while eating at local eateries, cafes, or pubs will be slightly lower than at high-end places.

Please bear in mind that the cost of living will depend on your lifestyle.

Best Transportation Services in Norwich

There are many ways to travel and get around the city; you can walk, cycle, or take public transportation like the bus or train. They are cheap, efficient, reliable, and safe travel modes to the city center, universities, or even visit the city's attractions.

Buses: Konect, Lynx, First run the local buses in Norwich and run on ten different lines on many routes in Norwich and Norfolk. The bus stop is in the city's heart and takes you places from there, whether in the city or its close neighborhood towns.

Trains: The train is an easy way to reach London, Sheffield, Nottingham, Manchester, and a few other cities in the UK from Norwich city.

Popular tourist attractions in Norwich

The city is located on the tiny River Wensum, close to the lovely Norfolk Broads, which are enjoyable to cruise across. Besides London, Norwich is the English city with the most medieval churches. It is a thriving commercial as well as a retail hub. Student rooms in Norwich are close to the major tourist attractions. It is the traditional capital of East Anglia, as evidenced by the magnificent Norman cathedral, castle, and several other historical sites across the city.

Norwich Cathedral

  • Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery
  • Tombland Alley
  • Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts
  • Norwich City Centre
  • Norfolk Broads
  • Historic Dragon Hall

Top Universities in Norwich

Norwich University

Norwich is a public university founded as Norwich School of Design in 1845 and gained its university status in 2013. According to the U.S. News Overall Score, the university scored 60 out of 100. They offer many programs and specialize in arts, design and media.

University of East Anglia (UEA)

It is a public research university founded in 1963. It ranks #=295 in QS World University Rankings, offering 242 UG and 169 PG programs in Arts and Humanities, Business and Management, Engineering and Technology, Life Science and Technology and Natural Sciences.

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Q. What does rent include other than room accommodation in Norwich?

A. Mostly, rent is inclusive of all the bills for the rooms in Norwich. Water, electricity, Wi-Fi, heating, gas, CCTV, and security are all included in the rent. It also includes other amenities like laundry, gym, bicycle storage, etc.

Q. What are shared en-suite rooms?

A. Shared en-suite rooms are those rooms in which you have your own room and personal access to the bathroom. But the bathroom is also accessible from the common area. So you end up sharing your bathroom with a few other students.

Q. Which places are student-friendly in the city of Norwich?

A. The Golden Triangle is the most student-friendly place to stay in Norwich. It lies between the University of East Anglia campus and the city centre, which makes it an easily accessible venue for university students.

Q. What if I damage something unintentionally in the student accommodation?

A. Damage always costs you something. In this case, if the damage is minor, they will deduct it from the security deposits that you have paid, but if it is expensive, they may charge you an extra amount to pay.

Q. Do we need to be safe from the pick-picketers in the student accommodation in Norwich?

A. Norwich is a very safe city in the UK. The crime rate is very low in Norwich. In fact, there are no recorded crimes in Norwich in the year 2020. It is a risk-free city for students.

Q. Do I need to pay for the TV license fees if I stay in student accommodation with University Living?

A. If you manage to get your own TV, you will be required to have a TV license and pay for it all by yourself.

Q. What is the internet cost for student accommodation?

A. All the rooms in student accommodation are enriched with broadband and Wifi. You don’t need to buy or pay anything extra for the internet. The bill for Wifi is included in your rent. An Internet facility is available throughout the building, 24*7.

Q. Will there be any cleaning maids available to clean my room in student accommodation in Norwich?

A. No, there are no cleaning charges included in your rent, so you won’t get that service. But you can hire it from the room providers or external agencies and fix it on a daily, monthly, or weekly basis. But the cost will be heavy on your pocket as they charge you on an hourly basis.