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All distances from city center Stoke-on-Trent Campus in miles
All distances from Stoke-on-Trent Campus in miles
Located at College Road in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire University is one of the top favourites with international students from diverse academic backgrounds. With its main campus in based in the city of Stoke-on-Trent and three other campuses in Stafford, Lichfield, and Shrewsbury, the university is home to a student population of over 15,000. This makes it quite a task for every student to secure students housing on campus, so they end up looking for student accommodation near Staffordshire University.
From world-class degrees in the areas of 3D Design and Fashion to Business, Accounting and Finance, Computing, Engineering, and more, the university offers a range of courses to the students. The university has ties and partnerships with top global companies such as CISCO and Microsoft and industry links with global leaders – Amazon and Google. At present, Staffordshire University works with more than 30 Collaborative Academic Partnerships (CAPS) to deliver around 300 courses to more than 10,000 students at partner institutions all over the world.
With more than 15K students from around the world choosing to pursue higher education at Staffordshire University, there are chances that not everyone is able to find accommodation in the university halls. This means that a majority of them have to book their student accommodation near Staffordshire University. Most of the accommodations are located in Shelton, Hanley, and Penkhull. These student-friendly areas are absolute prime for being the centre of everything, so the students can make the most of their experience.
Built on a history of industrial fame and creative flare, the city of Stoke on Trent is located in the heart of England. It is one of the best places for international students, given the fact that they are easily able to find comfortable and affordable accommodation for all budget types. The city is also known for the pottery industry which is why it is commonly known as the Potteries. Don’t be confused if you find the local residents referring to the city as Potters (not be mixed up with the famous novel).
The city is linked to the nearby M6 motorway at junctions 15 and 16 with the A500 which is locally known as the D road. One of the major train stations, Stoke-on-Trent is located on the Stafford - Manchester line and the bus services that are functional in the city are mainly operated by First Potteries. Hanley Bus Station is the one of the main transport hubs for buses in Stoke-on-Trent and virtually all areas in and around the city are easily reachable from here. You will also find a lot of students walking or cycling around the city during their spare time, ready to explore the area.
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