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All distances from city center University of the Arts London in miles
All distances from University of the Arts London in miles
According to the 2020 QS World University Rankings, the University of the Arts London currently ranks in the top 10 (second) in the world for Art and Design, for the second consecutive year in a row. This makes it Europe’s largest art and design university, inviting students from all over the world to pursue their higher education. With more than 19,000 students from 130+ countries, the university campus is a great place to get to study alongside different people from varied backgrounds.
The university was established in the year 2004, bringing together six specialist arts, fashion, design and media colleges located across London. All of these were founded in the late 19th and early 20th centuries: Camberwell College of Arts, Chelsea College of Arts, Central Saint Martins, London College of Communication, Wimbledon College of Arts, and London College of Fashion.
Moving abroad for the first time is an exciting experience but it comes with a feeling of anxiousness and fear. Once you have confirmed your university admission at the University of Arts London, the next step is to figure out where you’ll be going to stay, in a university-owned student hall or in private accommodations. If you find accommodation on-campus, then you’re good to go, but getting an on-campus accommodation is not an easy task as they are mostly reserved for first-year students and get filled very quickly. In case the rooms are unavailable, a thorough research on student housing platforms like University Living is the best way to go. They offer Purpose-Built Student Accommodations (PBSA) in almost all the cities of the UK and Ireland.
There is a whole range of student room types on offer depending on various factors like your budget, your living preference (whether single or sharing), and the location where you want to stay. PBSAs offers you the flexibility to select a room type as per your needs. A self-contained studio is best for you if you need greater privacy whereas the en-suite and shared rooms will be the best option in case you’re coming with some friends. All the rooms are beautifully designed keeping in mind the comfort of students. The rooms are fully furnished with a comfortable bed and mattress, study desk and chair, wardrobe to store your belongings, and plenty more. While living in these student home you can balance your academic and social life. There are plenty of onsite amenities on offer like a laundry room, bike storage facility, living room with TV, cinema room, gym, outdoor courtyard, to name a few. The best part of living in these properties is that all of them are pre-verified and completely secure with CCTV surveillance and secure door entry.
Most of these off-campus accommodations are located at a walking distance from the city’s top universities so that students can save their time and money on daily commute. They are also located in and near the city centre which is a hub for many bars, restaurants, shops, cafes, pubs, and more. For example, Scape Bloomsbury is one such student accommodation near University of the Arts London. It is located at a walking distance from the university campus so students can roll out of bed and make it in time for their lectures. Travelling is also quite easy while living at any of these PBSAs as most of them have a bus stop just a few minutes away from them.
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