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All distances from city center Keele University International Study Centre in miles
All distances from Keele University International Study Centre in miles
Founded in 1949 as the University College of North Staffordshire to promote interdisciplinary and multi-disciplinary scholarship, Keele University was the first new UK university of the 20th century. The university has pioneered the Dual Honours degree, which is still taken by around 70% of students. The university campus is spread across 625-acres of parkland, with large woods, lakes and stunning parkland all featuring. Keele's campus is rural with many 19th-century architectural features including the Keele Hall predating the concrete and red-brick buildings of the modern university and registered by English Heritage as Grade II. There are around 12,000 students from over 120 countries enrolled at the University, and almost all undergraduates can study abroad for a semester in one of 50 partner universities.
All first-year students can apply for accommodation in the five halls of residence on the main campus of the university. These halls include Horwood, Lindsay, Barnes, Holly Cross and The Oaks. These halls have limited beds and are quite old as well. Hawthorns Hall is located off-site in Keele village whereas Barnes, Lindsay, and Horwood are located on the main campus. They offer en suite and standard rooms with catered options also possible.
There are also many purpose-built student accommodations (PBSA) located close to the university campus. These are private accommodations built specifically for students studying at Keele University. Q Studios is one such property which offers fully-furnished and great living space at an affordable price point. The rooms are tastefully designed for the comfort of students and offer a wide range of onsite facilities such as bike storage, gym, common area, and more These are self-catered accommodations so you get a fully-equipped kitchen where you can prepare your own meals.
During their study years in Keele University International Study Centre in Stoke on Trent, students can opt for one to two-bedroom student flats with individual beds available for each resident and a communal area, lounge, and kitchen as shared living spaces. The properties also offer high- speed unlimited Wi-Fi, so you can easily tune in to your favourite shows or research for assignments. You can also opt to stay in a studio room where you will have your own private sleeping area, kitchen, and bathroom. It is an excellent choice for those who prefer privacy. There is also laundry facilities where you can wash your clothes anytime. Students can chat with other residents in the common area and watch their favourite movies and shows on the TV for a much-needed break from studies.
University Living provides these student housing in various par ts of the city with most accommodations located close to the university campus so that students can reach there in no time. They are located in student-friendly areas such as Hill Street, North Street, Boughey Street, Beresford Street, and more all located in Stoke on Trent. These are also located quite close to the city centre where you can find a wide range of local restaurants, bars, cafes, shops, and more. The city attractions are also all within easily commutable distance so you can visit these places on weekends with your friends. The city has an exceptional public transport system with a good bus and train network. Most of the bus stops are located just a few minutes of walk away from the accommodations and the train stations can be also reached easily by bus.
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