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    Student Accommodation in Exeter
    Located on the River Exe, Exeter has plenty to offer all year round to tourists and locals alike. Well-to-do and comfortable, the city exudes indication of its age-old position as the administrative heart of Devon. Apart from this, it is home to the University of Exeter which sees an influx of students from not just the UK but the rest of the world as well. This diverse population makes Exeter one of the most vibrant, attractive, and historically interesting cities in England.

    University Living is a managed marketplace with AI and tech-enabled platform that allows students pursuing higher studies abroad to book off-campus accommodation in cities like Exeter. Students can compare and filter their choice of accommodation based on their preference, whether single or sharing. The company has teamed up with a diverse portfolio of student housing operators with a focus on purpose-built student accommodation (PBSA). Currently, University Living has achieved various milestones and the platform offers more than 1 million beds in 210+ cities across the world.

    Historical Exeter
    The city’s history pre-dates the arrival of the Romans in AD50, and this is reflected in its intriguing heritage attractions from the Exeter Cathedral to Exeter’s Underground Passages which lie beneath the bustling High Street. What’s more, visit the various museums and galleries to discover the city’s history and experience it for yourself. Exeter’s oldest building, St Nicholas Priory, was founded by William the Conqueror in 1087 which was partly destroyed during the dissolution of the monasteries under Henry VIII. Afterwards, it was turned into a town house and that is how it is presented to the tourists.

    Exeter’s Art Scene
    When it comes to art, no other city is as vibrant as Exeter which has set etched a place on the map as the cultural centre of the South West. Each year, there are a range of programmes and live events that are hosted in the city amidst the breath-taking acoustics of Exeter Cathedral and the Great Hall. Those who prefer to learn about the history of the city, Exeter’s Royal Albert Memorial Museum is housed in a beautiful Victorian building with a collection of artefacts from pre-history to the present day. Throw in some hip places to dine and wine, and you have a great place for explorations in Exeter.

    Student life in Exeter
    Exeter is one of the best cities for students in the UK since the cost of living can vary widely depending on whether you are staying independently or sharing a space with someone. The city of Exeter is renowned for its picturesque landscapes and the ideal balance of city and rural life it offers students. As far as accommodation goes, students can choose from a range of shared and independent living spaces. Most accommodation providers offer amenities onsite so the students can take it easy.

    Universities in Exeter
    The University of Exeter is a part of the Russell Group of leading research-intensive universities, with 4 campuses (with two in Exeter) in the UK, giving the city a reputation for pioneering research and thought leadership. The university was founded in 1955, with a current intake of more than 25,000 students from 130 different countries. Also, located in the heart of the city is Exeter College which offers a range of courses for the students to choose from. In this friendly city, international as well as domestic students can experience a cosmopolitan lifestyle whilst having fast and easy access to the beautiful countryside spots of South West England.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    What are the different types of accommodation?
    University Living offers private accommodation close to universities with fewer restrictions and more options, so the students can enjoy a comfortable duration of stay. Take your pick from shared and private rooms, studios, and apartments. We also offer short-term stays forstudents in summer school and exchange programs.

    What are the different types of rooms?
    The major room types are:Sharing: This is where 2 or more students share a single room, washroom, kitchen, and other communal spaces.En-suite/Private: This includes a private bedroom and bathroom, while the kitchen and living areas are shared.Studios: This is a self-contained unit with a bedroom and cooking space along with a private washroom. Two students may book a single studio together, subject to the policies of the accommodation provider.

    How do I know my accommodation is safe?
    All properties listed by University Living have been personally verified by the team or their representatives. Each accommodation has fool proof safety measures in place, including CCTV, secure door entries, restricted access, and more.

    Does my accommodation offer meals?
    Most accommodations are self-catered, but you can always ask the reception to connect you with local food delivery vendors!

    Will I get cleaning and laundry services?
    Most properties have on-site, coin-operated washing machines that make laundry a breeze. Students are expected to keep their rooms clean while common areas are looked after by onsite maintenance staff at regular intervals. If you are unwilling to get your hands dirty, contact the reception for professional cleaning services for an extra fee.

    Is there Wi-Fi?
    Yes, all of the accommodations have fast internet connectivity for the residents to use.

    Does my accommodation offer parking facilities?
    Most properties have bike storage available. Please contact your Servicing Manager to request car parking facility.

    What items should I bring while moving in?
    Students are expected to bring their own bedding, kitchen utensils, cutlery, and bathroom essentials. If that’s too much, our good friends at UniKitOut will deliver all these and more to your UK accommodation even before you move in!

    What if I don’t like my accommodation after moving in?
    We try our best to find accommodation that meets all your needs and preferences. If you still don’t like your accommodation due to unforeseen circumstances, we will try our best to replace your room within 30 days for a one-time fee of £250.

    Where do I report any issues with my accommodation?
    Please contact the on-site maintenance office or reception at the accommodation to report any issues.

    Do I have to vacate my room during holidays?
    Never. Your room belongs to you for the entirety of your tenancy period