Student Accommodation in Liverpool, United Kingdom

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • ⭐ How do I find student accommodation in Liverpool?

    You will find plenty of student accommodations in Liverpool that are close to your uni on UniAcco. Options include studios, ensuites, flats and more. Compare options on our platform based on 80+ parameters and pick the one which suits you the best.

  • ⭐ How do I find student accommodation in Liverpool?

    You will find plenty of student accommodations in Liverpool that are close to your uni on UniAcco. Options include studios, ensuites, flats and more. Compare options on our platform based on 80+ parameters and pick the one which suits you the best.

  • ⭐ Can I schedule a tour of my student flat in Liverpool before I book?

    Of course! In order to arrange a viewing, get in touch with one of our property experts and they will arrange the same.

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Student Accommodation In Liverpool 

Liverpool is one of the most loved cities in the UK with approximately 70,000 students contributing to its total population according to The Times Higher Education. It is an iconic city with vibrant nightlife as well as home to some of the most famous landmarks in the world such as The Liver Buildings, the homes of The Beatles and the historic docks. The reason why so many students prefer living in Liverpool is that the city offers affordable and luxurious student accommodation to domestic and international students. The average cost of university accommodation in Liverpool is between £80-£120 per week. Student accommodation in Liverpool is comparatively cheaper than in parts of London, Cambridge and Edinburgh. 

About Liverpool 

The city of Liverpool is packed with culture making it one of the top choices for students who appreciate tradition, culture and are curious about different parts of the UK. No matter which way you turn in Liverpool, the city will surprise you with art galleries such as the famous Walker Art Gallery, the Picton Reading Room and much more. To meet the needs of the growing population within the city, the Liverpool Central Library has undergone a makeover and has ever since attracted thousands of visitors. 

If you are interested in exploring the nightlife in Liverpool, you must consider visiting three areas: The Town Centre, Lark Lane and the Baltic Triangle in Liverpool. These are the places where you could take a break from assignments, lectures and presentations to make the most of your student life in Liverpool. To enjoy your student life in Liverpool, you may want to claim offers and discounts specially offered to students in restaurants, pubs or even crash a themed party in some of the local restaurants in Liverpool

Student Housing In Liverpool 

Choosing where to stay in Liverpool might be difficult with so many options. The option of whether to live on-campus or off-campus student accommodation in Liverpool is the most challenging for students. On-campus accommodation has the disadvantage of being pricey, and room availability might be a problem. They are, nevertheless, close to campus. On the other hand, off-campus housing is less expensive and provides students with more facilities and amenities than on-campus living. Off-campus accommodation choices are also available in Liverpool, which are within walking distance of the institutions. UniAcco provides some of the best student homes in Liverpool. Furthermore, these student flats are near the city centre and well-known landmarks such as the City Centre, The Knowledge Quarter, Kensington, Everton and more. 

Best Places To Live in Liverpool 

The people of Liverpool, also known as “scousers” are the most peculiar lot in the UK. They are known for their wit and unique English accent. Meeting and talking to the scousers should definitely be on your bucket list as an international student. No matter where you choose to live in Liverpool, you should definitely consider some of the best places to live in Liverpool. If you are searching for extraordinary student accommodation in Liverpool at an affordable price, UniAcco offers some of the best student apartments in Liverpool in some of the aforementioned locations and beyond. 

The Railyard 

En-suite rooms are available in Liverpool's The Railyard student accommodation. Regardless of whatever room you choose, you will have access to a high-tech kitchen, Wi-Fi, and a common room with a huge TV and lounge space. On-site personnel are available to students 24 hours a day, seven days a week. 

Falkland House

Falkland House student accommodation in Liverpool provides studios, en-suite rooms, penthouse apartments and premier apartments. Irrespective of the room choice you make, you get a kitted kitchen and a Wi-Fi connection. 

Plato House 

Studio apartments are available at this student accommodation in Liverpool. You'll get a fully equipped kitchen and Wi-Fi connection regardless of whatever room you choose. The occupants of this property have access to Central Heating, a Community Room, a Community TV, a Washing Machine, a Tumbler Dryer, a Laundry Room, and Recycling.

Cost of Living In Liverpool 

Affordability is one of the most significant factors to consider when considering a city to study in. Liverpool is one of the most cost-effective towns in the United Kingdom. Liverpool, after Portsmouth, is the second most "cost-effective" student capital, according to the Royal Bank of Scotland Student Living Index. If you want to study in the UK but don't want to pay a lot of money, Liverpool is a fantastic place to start.

Expenses

Cost

Accommodation

£300 - £850 per month

Bills (electric/gas/water)

£0 - £65 per month

Food/Housekeeping

£50 - £150 per month

TV Connection 

£20 per month

Mobile Phone

£20 - £40 per month

Clothes/Shoes

£20 – £40 per month

Leisure/Sport

£20 - £200 per month

Books/Stationery

£10 - £60 per month

Travel / Transport

£0 - £165 per month

Total

£400 - £1,560 per month
 

 

Transportation In Liverpool 

Being one of the most populous cities in the UK, there are many ways you can get around the city and here are a few ways: 

Bus

Long-distance coach services arrive and depart at Liverpool One bus station's National Express stop. The entire city and its environs are served by local buses. For services to the north, east, and west of the city, Queen Square Bus Station (placed near Lime Street railway station) and Liverpool One bus station (located near the Albert Dock) are the two main termini for local buses.

Rail 

Merseyrail is Liverpool's local hybrid suburban-urban rail network, which consists of three lines: the Northern Line, which goes north of the city to Southport, Ormskirk, and Kirkby, and south to Hunts Cross. 

Private Vehicle (Cars) 

If you have a budget to sustain your lifestyle in Liverpool with your own student accommodation in Liverpool, you may also find renting a car to travel around the city and other parts of the UK. Direct access to the M53 highway, which continues east to the M56, is provided by the Kingsway road tunnel. The M6's north-south axis intersects with the M56. Although utilising the M62 or M6 and then the M1 is a far faster route from Liverpool to London, the Queensway road tunnel provides direct access to the A41, which finally connects to London.

Liverpool Attractions 

Royal Albert Dock 

The magnificently rebuilt Royal Albert Dock was the first of its kind in the United Kingdom, constructed entirely of bricks and iron. At its core is a five-story-tall block of buildings that surrounds the port basin where cotton, tobacco, and sugar were previously unloaded. These massive Victorian buildings are designed around an arcaded promenade, and its cast Tuscan columns were previously used as capstans for moored ships.

Tate Gallery, Tate Liverpool 

Tate Liverpool, a renowned outpost of the Tate Gallery, has opened in the Albert Dock. The London Tate Gallery, founded at the end of the nineteenth century with a donation from sugar magnate Sir Henry Tate, happened to find room in the warehouses where raw sugar was kept before being refined.

Merseyside Maritime Museum 

The Maritime Museum in Liverpool houses a number of intriguing displays about the many thousands of immigrants who left Britain for North America via the Mersey between 1830 and 1930. The museum also has an extraordinary collection of objects relating to Liverpool's nautical history, dating back to the city's founding as a fishing port in the 13th century.