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With six universities, including Birmingham City University, Birmingham is the largest centre of higher education outside of London. You will obtain a first-rate education at the institution, with a focus on practical skills and professional applicability. Not only that, but Birmingham provides a plethora of options for people to change their life and start businesses. Here are some of the most compelling reasons to find your private student accommodation in Birmingham.
Birmingham was founded on several trades and is primarily known for its canals, which are longer than those of Amsterdam and Venice. The city is ethnically and culturally diverse, resulting in a rich blend of influences, and it holds the record for having the most Indian restaurants in the United Kingdom. The city centre is the finest place to stay in Birmingham since it is centrally located, making it convenient to see sights, go shopping, and see the most intriguing and stunning modern and traditional architecture.
You'll begin looking for student housing once you've received an offer letter from Birmingham City University. You can choose between university-provided on-campus housing and off-campus housing. UniAcco has some of the best private student accommodation in Birmingham, with the bulk of them being within walking distance of the universities and offering appropriate amenities.
While some are close to the university or the city centre, others are a few mins away yet have great access to public transportation, making students' life easier. UniAcco provides some of the best Birmingham City Campus student apartments in Birmingham, the majority of which are within a short walk of the university and provide enough amenities. Birmingham Back to Backs, Symphony Hall, Library of Birmingham, Villa Park Stadium Tour, and many other notable sites are all close to your student accommodation in Birmingham.
All of the student accommodation in Birmingham is ideally situated near the university campuses.
The metropolitan lifestyle on offer in London appeals to the majority of people, yet it is often out of reach due to exorbitant rent expenses and an above-average cost of living. If you find yourself wishing you could live and study in London, consider Birmingham as an alternative. Birmingham is active, diversified, and can provide you with a lifestyle that rivals that of London, if not better because your money will go a lot farther in the Midlands than it would in London. Birmingham just has everything when it comes to entertainment: theatres, museums, bars, clubs, music venues, restaurants, shops, and more. As a student, there's much to keep you occupied in your spare time.
This student accommodation in Birmingham proffers studios and 1-bed apartments. This flat or studio as you may call it comes fully furnished, as well as has Up to 50Mbps Wi-Fi.
Canalside student accommodation in Birmingham is ideal for students enrolled in Aston University.
Birmingham provides students with the best of all worlds: the convenience of living in the heart of the city and the beauty of the suburb. We have a general estimate of the cost of living in Birmingham, whether you choose a student accommodation in Birmingham near the city centre or in the outskirts. The following is a breakdown of Birmingham's total monthly cost of living in a student studio in Birmingham -
As the UK’s second-largest city, Birmingham has great public transport links besides National Rail, the West Midlands Metro reaches from Snow Hill to Wolverhampton, and buses operate day and night all around the city. Despite the fact that Birmingham is a huge metropolis, the city centre is modest and easy to explore. Trains and trams from the beautiful New Street Station, as well as buses and inexpensive taxis, make getting around a breeze. Birmingham is built on multiple trades and is mainly down to the canals, which knock out Amsterdam and Venice in terms of length. A short walk from the Coach station, as well as Moor Street Station, Eastside and Digbeth are perfect for students looking for a unique area on the doorstep of the city centre buzz.
The enormous invention and imagination that has been put into making Birmingham the city that it is now is reflected in this performance hall. It is not only the finest concert venue in the United Kingdom but also one of the best in the world.
The National Motorcycle Museum:
This museum in Birmingham attracts over 250,000 visitors each year from all over the world with its collection of over 1000 motorcycles, all of which have been restored to the manufacturer's original specifications.
Damascena Coffee House:
This lovely, tiny delicatessen, located in the centre of Birmingham, is gradually gaining a positive reputation. It is well worth a visit while out shopping in the city centre, even if only for a brief drink.