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Bristol is one of the most vibrant and dynamic cities in the United Kingdom. The city is a safe and supportive place to live, with residents of 187 countries and 91 languages. It is renowned for being a culturally autonomous city with something for everyone, whether you like music or museums – and it also has a strong art scene. The Sunday Times named Bristol the 'Best Place to Live in the UK.'

The University of Bristol is located in the city and is placed 10th in the UK and 62nd worldwide in the most recent QS World University Rankings (2022). The area not only has a lot of natural and green places, but it also has a lot of creative sectors including aerospace, electronics, creative media, and technology.

There are diverse options for student houses in Bristol, both on and off-campus. The Bristol accommodation which is offered by private owners is in high demand due to its low prices and proximity to the universities. Furthermore, with convenient access to world-class facilities and services, you can choose the student accommodation in Bristol that best meets your needs.

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Student Accommodation In Bristol

Finding student accommodation in Bristol is a terrific opportunity to become acquainted with the campus lifestyle and culture, meet and engage with new people, and immerse yourself in a one-of-a-kind student experience. Regardless of whether you're a freshman beginning university for the first time, an international student, or a graduate looking to live in halls, Bristol has a range of student lettings that will meet your needs. The majority of private student accommodation in Bristol has amenities such as Wi-Fi, on-site social spaces, and a free on-site gym, as well as 24-hour security.

About Bristol 

Bristol is recognised for its independent character, and its stores are no exception. There are marketplaces with one-of-a-kind products that you won't find anywhere else, as well as intriguing vintage stores and one-of-a-kind boutiques. Bristol has a huge and varied student population and was named the happiest city in the UK in 2019, so newcomers will feel right at home.

Moreover, the city is home to a considerable number of international students among these visitors. Bristol receives over 50,000 overseas students each year, making it one of England's most popular international study destinations. From science to engineering to the arts, fashion to psychology, Bristol is home to a great number of sophisticated institutions such as the University of Bristol, University of Law, City of Bristol College, and Bower Ashton UWE (City Campus), as well as BIMM Bristol and the University of West of England.

Student Housing In Bristol

Bristol features a lot of low-cost student housing with uber-comfort accessible at a reasonable price. Many world-renowned universities, such as the University of Bristol, University of Law, City of Bristol College, Bower Ashton UWE (City Campus), and BPP University, are located near student accommodation in Bristol.

The city has everything, from magnificent student houses in Bristol to budget-friendly student living in Clifton. All of the housing in Bristol is designed with the students' comfort in mind. There is something for everyone in the city. If you opt for the university halls of residence, you could immensely benefit from the proximity to the university as well as the city centre. However, the university halls fill up fast and they tend to be on the expensive side. You can always opt for private student accommodation in Bristol, most of which are budget-friendly, and are conveniently located within walking distance from the universities. 

Best Places To Stay In Bristol

The neighbourhoods of Bristol are diverse, ranging from the 'coolest' to the 'hippest.' Bristol is undeniably one of the most desired places to reside in the United Kingdom. Most of the student accommodation in Bristol includes all prices and offers comfortable, elegant, yet inexpensive en-suites, studios, and shared apartments.

Bishopston, The Harbourside, Southville, and other areas in Bristol are popular destinations for international students each year. UniAcco has a variety of flats, studios, ensuites, and apartments in the aforementioned places as well as others. UniAcco provides some of the most sought-after Bristol accommodation, including -

  • Zed Alley: This property has apartment and community facilities such as WiFi, housekeeping, Grab and Go Breakfast, Wheelchair Accessible, a Private Kitchen, and more! Zed Alley contains several studio spaces. The Centre bus station is about a minute away if you need transportation. You can also choose to cycle because everything is close by.
  • Dean Street Works: Dean Street Works offers a variety of contemporary, trendy studios. All of the studios have free WiFi, a television, a microwave, a laundry area, and other amenities. There are no additional expenses for utility bills to be paid. Some of the nearby universities are the University of Bristol, the University of Law, and the City of Bristol College. It takes less than 5 minutes to get to Bristol Bus & Coach Station.
  • Hotwells House: Hotwells House is one of the popular Bristol student lets, and has non-ensuite, ensuite, and studio rooms. A short distance away are the University of Bristol, the University of Law, and BPP, Bristol. To assure your safety and security, there is 24-hour security with CCTV cameras and a secure key access system.

Cost Of Living In Bristol

Bristol is said to be 19% cheaper to live in than London. Here's a detailed breakdown of how much it costs to live in Bristol as a student.

Expenses

Cost

Accommodation

£10000-£14000 per year

Bills (electric/gas/water)

£500 - £750 per year

Food/Housekeeping

£1,234 per year

Clothes/Shoes

£700 per year

Leisure/Sport

£1,500 per year

Books/Stationery

£400 per year 

 

Bristol Transportation

Bristol is strategically linked to every major transit system, which is conveniently accessible and within walking distance of any university as well as your student accommodation in Bristol. Students in Bristol have access to a variety of transportation options, including the world-famous Bristol railway station, buses, and friendly taxis.

To assist you, we have compiled a list of Bristol's primary transportation systems, as well as their typical rates. Students should be aware that these fares may fluctuate from peak to slack hours.

Bus: Bristol's bus network operates 24/7, with over 100 buses travelling up and down the city. Students may catch buses from the major bus station near the City Centre, which connects to all of England's national roads. In Bristol, the average bus price is roughly GBP 1-1.20 per day. You can also purchase a Bristol PlusBus bus pass, which significantly decreases local transportation costs.

Irish Ferries: There are Bristol Port ferries that allow residents to get to and from the city through Bristol Ferry Boats.

Cycling: You can also use your bike to explore the neighbourhoods such as the city's well-known Riverside Park.

Bristol Attractions

Living in Bristol will undoubtedly be one of the most unforgettable experiences of your life. You'll fall in love with your second home, with its general pleasant atmosphere and a particularly vibrant student population, unrivalled nightlife, crackling culture, and renowned cuisine scene.

Along with establishing new connections and adjusting to university life, there are many amazing surrounding places to visit. There is a big list of things to do in Bristol for students that are meant to help you get the most out of what this city has to offer.

Street Art: Bristol is a renowned area for street art, and you'll see much of it throughout your stay. Take a street art tour to view some of the highlights, or take self-guided treks on the Banksy or Upfest mural trails.

Museums: There are several museums to choose from in Bristol. M Shed is an excellent venue to learn about the city's history. Bristol Museum & Art Gallery houses world-class art, archaeology, geology, and natural history collections. Historic residences can be seen at the Georgian House Museum and the Red Lodge Museum.

Wildlife: Bristol Zoo Gardens, the world's fifth oldest zoo, is home to 400 different animal species, ranging from gorillas to flamingos. A sibling attraction, The Wild Place Project, offers wildlife-filled habitat-themed parkland areas, including the new Bear Wood display. You can also go to Bristol Aquarium, which boasts an excellent variety of aquatic species such as rays, seahorses, terrapins, and piranhas.

Theatre:  Bristol's theatres have it all: performances, classic and current plays, improv, fresh and established talent. Tickets to events at Bristol Old Vic, Bristol Hippodrome, Tobacco Factory Theatres, Redgrave Theatre, and other venues, many of which offer student discounts, can be purchased.