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    Founded as Newcastle Polytechnic in 1969 and inaugurated as a university in the year 1992. This university is situated in Newcastle upon Tyne in the North East of England. It is among the top 150 universities aged 50 years or under in the world by Times Higher Education Rankings (THE). The university has a Silver award in the new Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) in which it provides high-quality teaching, learning and outcomes for the students in a research-led learning environment. It describes itself as a complete university, offering 30 of UK's 32 most commonly chosen academic disciplines by students. It also offers an array of academic, support and wellbeing services, graduate start-up and careers assistance, as well as excellent facilities and resources. With around 27,000 students from over 150 countries, Northumbria University is one of Britain’s largest and most successful universities. 

    University Campuses
    The university has two big campuses, one located in Newcastle and another in London. City Campus, located in the heart of Newcastle upon Tyne, is divided into City Campus East and City Campus West. City Campus East is home to the Schools of Law while City Campus West houses the Schools of Arts & Social Science. 

    The London campus is based in the centre of London’s business and finance district. It is home to both international and domestic students offering full-time or part-time programmes. It has a strong alumni network with a strong reputation among employers. 

    Student accommodation near Northumbria University
    Northumbria University guarantees a comfortable accommodation to all first-year undergraduate students once an offer has been accepted. More than 5,000 rooms are available, which are either self-catered or catered and all accommodations are just a few minutes’ walk away from main buildings or direct public transport to get you there.

    Every year Northumbria University stands witness to massive enrollments in its courses and it is quite challenging to secure on-campus student hall or campus accommodation. Students who don’t want to live in the student halls can visit University Living website to process a secure and safe student housing option referred to as purpose-built student accommodations(PBSAs). These private accommodations are located at a commutable distance from the university campus therefore drastically cutting down on both commute time and expenses. 

    Types of student housing
    There are a wide variety of student room options available for students, one can choose to stay in a fully-furnished shared and private rooms, studios, and student apartments that are easy on the pocket without compromising on comfort. They also come with a plethora of modern facilities like fully-functional gyms, coin-operated washer and dryers, games room, living room to socialize, private study spaces, bike storage, and plenty more! All these student homes are well-built and offer state of the art security measures such as CCTV and secure fob entry. They also offer a fully-equipped kitchen where students can prepare their meals and cherish them in the company of other flatmates. 

    Where are these student home located?
    One of the most important aspects to consider when you are opting for student home is its location. Most of these PBSAs are located either at a walking or cycling distance from the city’s higher education institutions. They are located in student-friendly suburbs which offer a comfortable living environment. They are also in close proximity to the city centre which hosts a wide range of bars, pubs, cafes, clubs, and shops. The famous River Tyne splits the city into two halves, with many cultural attractions, including galleries, museums, nightlife and shopping, giving students something to see and do.