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    Everything about Student Accommodation near City University London

    Founded back in 1894 as the Northampton Institute, City University of London is now a renowned public research university in London. The university ranks in the top 15 universities in the UK for graduate prospects and employability and has recently been made a member institution of the University of London. The university has partnered up with and has links with more than 5,000 global companies and an international reputation for excellence, making it one of the best places for those looking to build a thriving and sustainable career.

    CUL Campus
    CUL’s main campus is located in the heart of the city of London, giving students the best of both worlds. The UK’s capital city is truly global because of the number of students that decide to study here. It also boasts a wealth of jobs across a wide range of industries and fields giving you even more reasons to choose London for your higher education. The campus also houses the main University library, occupying five floors in the Northampton Square building.

    Courses Offered
    City University London is made up of five schools offering different courses and programs – the Sir John Cass Business School, the School of Arts and Social Sciences, the School of Health Sciences, the City Law School, and the School of Mathematics, Science and Engineering. With more than 61 undergraduate courses and 150 taught postgraduate courses, it is no wonder that 18,000+ students from more than 150 countries decide to study here, along with an academic staff comprising different nationalities from around the world.

    Finding off-campus student accommodation
    Moving abroad for the first time is an exciting experience and a quite a big step in life. Once you have everything you need for your university admission, the next thing you need to do is figure out where you will stay. If you find accommodation on-campus, then you’re good to go, but what if you don’t find anything because of unavailability. In that case, a thorough research on student housing platforms like University Living is the way to go.

    Types of student accommodation near City University London
    When it comes to finding student accommodation near City University London, there are plenty of factors to consider like your budget, your living preference (whether single or sharing), and the location where you want to stay. Whether you want to stay close to the city centre or the university campus, or maybe find a place that will provide easy access to both, so you can balance your academic and social life. University Living will help you find the student accommodation near City University London of your choice with all of the amenities and don’t worry about your budget, there is something for everyone.

    Places to visit
    London is famous for a lot of things; its museums, galleries and arts venues; along with its leading Premier League football teams to nightclubs; and from cityscapes to lush green spaces. To top it all, each of the student accommodation near City University London is close to shops, cafés and restaurants, so the students can have a great time. The university’s main Northampton Square campus sits right between three of the city’s most popular districts. Islington offers exciting dining and shopping options, Shoreditch is known for its lively nightlife, whereas Clerkenwell is the central hub for pubs, bars, and restaurants.