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You can find any student accommodation on UniAcco, where you can compare student housing options basis price, amenities, distance from universities, features and more. Feel free to consult our super-friendly team of experts over a call, chat or email who can suggest you the top options as per your requirements. Choose from over 5000 student housing options across Cardiff. Whether you are looking for private studios, halls or flats to share with other students, we have got it covered.
Being the capital of Wales, Cardiff is the focal point for devolved Government and decision-making. It is situated at the heart of a city-region of 1.4 million population and now topped the list of the UK’s best transport-friendly cities.
The city is a centre of excellence with 65,000 under-graduate students, 12,000 post-graduate students, 6,000 global students from over 100 countries around the world, three major universities.
When Cardiff students graduate, they like to stay around the city. That’s because Cardiff is a lively, exciting, growing and young city. Employers also know it, too. That’s why they get into the city to recruit the top graduates.
Cardiff is a vibrant, modern European city, which punches high above its weight for its size. The town was described as the ‘epitome of cool’ in the well-known Lonely Planet travel book and as the best travel place by Magazine of National Geography
As one of Europe’s youngest capitals, it covers all the advantages of a significant cosmopolitan site into affordable and easy to navigate space and is a top place for student housing.
It has an attractive civic centre with unique buildings, that includes the National Museum of Wales which is surrounded by acres of parkland, the best city centre, a great shopping and entertainment centre and Victorian boutique shopping places with world-class sporting stadiums, and a ve. Vibrant Cafe Quarter stretches down to a beautiful waterfront area with pubs and dinings at Cardiff Bay.
As the Welsh capital, Cardiff hosts an exceptional, year-round calendar of events and festivals; from comedy, theatre and music concerts and food fests and significant sporting events.
Its tremendous city attitude, combined with a small city’s advantages makes Cardiff the iconic place to live here.
Traditional student areas in the City are Roath and Cathays, where there are many pubs, cafes, bars and shops. Whether you’re looking for a sport on a big screen with an affordable meal and a drink, or prefer cocktails in a relaxed cafe with vibrant music, this is an area that caters for every taste
Cardiff is the capital and the big City of Wales, in the Uk. It is the most well-known City in Wales for visitors, culture, government, sport, transport, nightlife and business.
Cardiff has a large port that is earlier known as Tiger Bay. It is today just called Cardiff Bay, and the Welsh Government works from there. There are many shops, bars and hotels in Cardiff Bay. Cardiff has an international airport which is combined with Nantes in France and Stuttgart in Germany. The City has one of the biggest stadiums in the United Kingdom, the Millennium Stadium, where prestigious world sports competitions and events happen. Other big stadiums in the City are the Cardiff City Stadium, where the central football team play, Cardiff Arms Park where the pivotal rugby group play, and the SWALEC Stadium where cricket team play.
To go around, there are many bus routes and train lines in Cardiff. There are two large train stations in Cardiff city, called Central Station and Queen Street station. Also, there are 18 other small stations in the City for locals. There are lots of bicycle path in Cardiff on and off the road. Overall, Cardiff becomes a great City to explore.
Cardiff University, Cardiff Metropolitan University, University of South Wales, Cardiff & Vale College, Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, Access Training Academies, Welsh School of Architecture, TEG English Cardiff, WE Bridge Academy, Celtic English Academy, Kings Monkton School, St David's Catholic College
How do I apply for student accommodation?
Applying for student accommodation with UniAcco is very easy. Figure out which property you like, after that you can make a request to book the room or flat for the dates you need it. After clicking “Book Now”, we’ll ask you to leave your contact details so that one of our experts can call you and take you through the next steps and eventually sign the contract.
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Can I get any options for my contract length?
Most property contracts last for one academic year. If you have a plan for a longer or shorter stay, You can contact our team and our property consultants will surely be able to provide information regarding which properties are open for different contract lengths.
Are my bills included in the rent?
This depends on the property you rent, but most of our London properties have bills included, so you're only going to pay the rent and nothing else. Remember to make sure that this is the case with the property you have chosen.
What do our different room types mean?
Ensuite: Private room with private bathroom and shared kitchen and living area.
Non Ensuite: Private room with shared bathroom, kitchen and living area.
Studio: Private room with Private bathroom as well as Private kitchen.
Standard(6 bed & 4 bed sharing): Private room with shared bathroom, kitchen and living area.
Twodio: Private room (in a 2 bedroom flat) with Private bathroom and a kitchen that is shared between 2 people.
Threedio: Private room (in a 3 bedroom flat) with Private bathroom and a kitchen that is shared between 3 people.
Twin Ensuite: Room (shared between 2 people) with attached bathroom where the kitchen and living area shared with more tenants.
Dorms: 4 or more people sharing the same dormitory.
Two Bedroom and 3 bedroom Apartments: Private rooms with Private/Shared bathrooms (varying from property to property) and a communal kitchen and living area
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What is a guarantor? Do I need one?
A guarantor is a person (often a family member) that signs an agreement of being financially responsible for paying the rent in case the tenant is unable to. Many properties require a guarantor if the tenant wishes to pay the rent in instalments.
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