Located in the northwest of England with a renowned industrial heritage, Manchester is home to one of the largest football stadiums in the UK. It is one of the most vibrant cities in England, filled with creativity, and fascinating architectures. It is home to three world-class universities — The University of Manchester, Manchester Metropolitan University, and Royal Northern College of Music. Due to the presence of these renowned universities, thousands of overseas students fly into the city every year which makes finding quality student accommodation in Manchester quite strenuous.
The universities have limited student hall which cannot accommodate such a huge chunk of students, thereby creating a large demand for private student housing with campus-like facilities. These off-campus alternatives are specially designed for students and are located within walking distance from the city’s top universities. There are a wide variety of room types on offer based on your budget – student apartment, student flat, shared and en-suite room, as well as a student studio. These accommodations are fully-furnished and offer a variety of modern amenities such as lounge area, communal kitchen, courtyard, heater, cinema room, study area, card-operated laundry, gym, and more.
All these student home are located in areas which are well-connected via public transport such as bus, tram, and tram. You can avail a free bus service within the city centre, which provides free ‘hop-on, hop-off’ service linking all of the main rail stations, business areas, and shopping districts. They are also pre-verified by the University Living team and their channel partners to ensure compliance with our superior quality standards. To ensure the safety of its residents all the properties are equipped with CCTV surveillance and secure door entry.
Manchester is a beautiful city, perfectly located in proximity to towering mountains, beautiful coastlines, and green forests. It is also well-known for its entertainment, with plenty of cinemas, theatre, and legendary clubs for great night-time amusement. The city enjoys a thriving night scene, with a lot of places for a party in the city centre, which is jam-packed with unique and eclectic restaurants, bars, shops, cafes, and more. Manchester experiences a temperate oceanic climate with cool winters and mild summers. It became the first city in the United Kingdom to get a modern light rail system. The football enthusiasts will be thrilled to live in this city as it is home to the famous Old Trafford stadium. Manchester is a lively city with plenty of cool things to see and do!