It’s no secret that the UK proudly hosts some of the most prestigious universities in the world. These universities have gone on to set the benchmark for quality education all around the world. But choosing to study in the UK is just half the battle won. Students then have to ponder over where to study in the UK based on several factors. Arguably, one of the most important factors that determine where to study in the UK is finances. A student needs to carefully decide how much money they can spend on their education. Since accommodation forms a large part of this decision, it is important to know exactly how much rent you are able to afford. Here’s where UniAcco’s proprietary Rent Calculator comes in. Let’s find out how to decide where to study in the UK with UniAcco’s Rent Calculator. Click here to use UniAcco’s Rent Calculator
Here are UniAcco’s best-priced student accommodation options in major student cities. You can find your ideal accommodation on UniAcco that is much cheaper than the average rental rates in the UK.
iQ The Arcade
Holloway Rd, London N7 0RY, United Kingdom
About iQ The Arcade
iQ The Arcade is a great student accommodation in London that is reasonably priced. Getting a fully furnished en-suite room with communal amenities such as contents insurance, all-inclusive utility bills and study areas for £199 per week in London is almost unheard of! What’s more, many top universities and Arsenal’s Emirates Stadium is located very close to iQ The Arcade. Being located right in the heart of Zone 2, students can enjoy quick and cheap transport to other parts of London.
£199 – £263/week
- London Metropolitan University
- City, University of London
- University College London
Lower Loveday Street, Birmingham, B19 3SJ
Canalside student accommodation Birmingham offers 2, 4, 5 & 6 bed en-suite rooms and studio rooms. All these rooms come fully furnished with a WiFi connection, a bed and a wardrobe. By choosing to stay at Canalside, students can also benefit from the all-inclusive utility bills and instalment payment structure. The communal amenities at Canalside Birmingham include an on-site gym, a communal area, a study area, social events, bike storage, a lounge area, CCTV security and 24/7 dedicated support. At £114 a week, Canalside is an absolute steal in a relatively pricey city.
£114 – £169/week
- University College Birmingham
- Aston University
- The University of Birmingham
17 Beaverbank Place, Edinburgh, EH7 4FB
About Beaverbank Place
The accommodation Gods have heard the plight of students in Edinburgh and provided them with Beaverbank Place. The fully furnished studio rooms and en-suite rooms are much cheaper than the average rent rates in Edinburgh. Students living at Beaverbank Place can also have access to car parking, a garden, bike storage, a communal area, a study area, 24/7 dedicated service, social events, a lounge area, all-inclusive utility bills and paid laundry. Beaverbank Place is located close to restaurants and cafes like Crumbs, Costa Coffee and The Bluebird Cafe.
£140 – £186/week
- Edinburgh College – Granton Campus
- The University of Edinburgh
Six Victoria Point
Block 6, Victoria Point, 44 Hathersage Road, Manchester M13 0FT
About Six Victoria Point
Six Victoria Point is every students’ dream accommodation as universities such as the University of Manchester and Manchester Metropolitan University are just a 5-minute drive away. The price range also makes Six Victoria Point an attractive student accommodation as the current rent rates are lower than the average rent in Manchester. Students can expect amenities such as an on-site gym, car parking, laundry facilities, a games room, a communal area and much more.
£119 – £140/week
- The University of Manchester
- Manchester Metropolitan University
Butts, Coventry CV1 3GN, United Kingdom
About Apollo House
Apollo House in Coventry offers students a wide selection of rooms at tantalising prices. You can expect all the en-suite rooms at Apollo House to have a WiFi connection, a bed and ample storage space. Apollo House is the most preferred student accommodation option for students enrolled in Coventry University, as the university is just 5-minutes away. The communal facilities at Apollo House include a garden, car parking, social events, a communal area and a study area.
£85 – £110/week
- Coventry University
- The University of Warwick
Campus Accommodation Ltd, 150 Firhill Rd, Glasgow G20 7BB, United Kingdom
About Firhill Court
Firhill Court student accommodation Glasgow is the place to live if you’re looking for fully furnished en-suite rooms. Students can expect communal amenities like all-inclusive utility bills, bike storage, a lounge area, social events, 24/7 dedicated service, CCTV security, car parking, a study area and much more. Getting around the city is a breeze, thanks to the well connected public transport system. Kelvin Bridge Station is the nearest train station to Firhill Court whereas Springbank Street is the nearest bus stop.
£99 – £123/week
- City of Glasgow College
- The University of Glasgow
- Glasgow Caledonian University
109 Cambridge Court, L7 7AG
About Lennon Studios
Lennon Studios is a great student accommodation that provides fully furnished en-suite rooms and studio rooms. No matter which room type you choose, expect WiFi, Radiator / AC and a wardrobe in every room. Students can enjoy communal amenities such as contents insurance, car parking, social events, CCTV security and 24/7 dedicated support. The cost of all these amenities are included in the cost of rent to students need not shell out extra for these amenities.
£91 – £165/week
- Liverpool International College
- The University of Liverpool
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