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Located in the spectacular city of Manchester, Manchester Metropolitan University is a renowned university in England. Opening its doors to hundreds of students from countries across the globe, UniAcco provides top-notch Manchester Metropolitan University accommodation located just a stone’s throw from the campus and right in the heart of Manchester. Manchester University is among the top universities in the city as well as the country and sees a rising influx of students every year. Students can have a wonderful time at the university coupled with delightful student accommodations located just around the corner from the university campus. 

Students can choose from apartments, student halls, shared apartments, studios and many more options tailored to fit their needs. These accommodations come with top-notch facilities and everything that a student might require for a comfortable university experience. These properties even have helpful round-the-clock in-house maintenance and service teams to help students easily solve their grievances. 

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Manchester Metropolitan University Accommodation

Manchester is one of the top study abroad destinations for students from all over the world. They can find Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU) located in the heart of this beautiful city. As a hub for international students, it won't be difficult to find Manchester Metropolitan University accommodation. Many people visit this wonderful city every year in large numbers. While there are many student lodgings in the town itself, some of the most well-known housing options include budget-friendly apartments, student dorms, and reasonably priced private homes. For students who want to stay on-campus, MMU offers housing options to all first-year undergrad students. The variety of alternatives for MMU accommodation off-campus and on-campus makes it easier for students and newcomers to choose from.

 

About Manchester Metropolitan University

Manchester Metropolitan Institution (MMU) is a public university with deeply sown roots since 1843. Its original name was Manchester Polytechnic, and it was created in 1970 as a result of the union of the Manchester School of Design and the Manchester Mechanics Institute. The MMU gained the Manchester Metropolitan University title and was granted university status under the government's Further and Higher Education Act in 1992.

In addition, MMU is a member in good standing of the Association of MBAs and is affiliated with the Association of Commonwealth Universities, the University Alliance, the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business, the North West Universities Association, and the European University Association. The MMU currently provides a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses to an average of 33,000 students annually. This attracts many students to find a Manchester Metropolitan University accommodation in the city when they plan on moving there.

 

Location and Transport

There are two campuses at MMU. One campus is located directly in the heart of Manchester and the other is in Cheshire. The city centre can be reached by foot in just 15 minutes from the Manchester City Campus, which is situated on Oxford Road. Additionally, there are excellent connections between the campus and the city's train stations, major highway systems, and Metrolink tram lines. Also, the distance from Manchester's city centre to its international airport is only 16 kilometres. MMU's Cheshire campus is close to Crewe station and is situated on Crewe Green Road. One could choose to ride a bike, take a bus, or drive instead of taking a five-minute walk to get to the required destination from their Manchester Metropolitan University accommodation. Here are some of the travel options to get around the city of Manchester -

  • Tram
  • Train
  • Cycle
  • Bus

Note: There are free buses (formerly known as Metroshuttle) that offer a free "hop-on, hop-off" service throughout the city centre connecting all of the major rail stations, shopping areas, and business areas. There are services that run around in circles.

 

Best Student Accommodation at Manchester Metropolitan University

Manchester has a diverse variety of neighbourhoods nearby, which makes students feel comfortable and at home. Unquestionably, the majority of Manchester Metropolitan University accommodations are all-inclusive and provide luxurious, yet affordable en-suite studios and communal apartments. UniAcco offers some of the best MMU accommodation options -

  • Rusholme Place - It is located in a great spot for students searching for perfect Manchester Metropolitan University accommodation. Some of the best colleges are close by to this student housing. It is a well-liked hub for both domestic and international students due to its convenient access to such institutes. Students can explore the exciting city for leisure and weekend activities while they are residing at Rusholme Place.

 

  • Vita Student Circle Square - This Manchester Metropolitan University accommodation is a fantastic place for students who want to live close to their university. Students can explore the exciting city for entertainment and weekend activities while staying at Vita Student Circle Square.

 

  • MSV SouthThe city centre can be reached quickly from this Manchester Met accommodation. Students can always arrive at class on time, while still saving money on their commute because the University of Manchester and Manchester Metropolitan University are both nearby and less than 20 minutes apart. 

 

  • Clydesdale House - A great alternative for a student's Manchester Metropolitan University accommodation is Clydesdale House. There are many fun things for students to explore in the exciting city for entertainment. Popular eateries, events, etc, are located near the property for students to enjoy throughout their time at MMU.

 

Life At Manchester Metropolitan University

The city is not only popular for its culture, education, universities and history, but also for its sporting events, nightlife, restaurants and music events. Manchester is a crowded place, hence, the university serves perfectly as a student's academic base, social hub, and starting point for their professional goals as a student. Although the majority of Manchester Metropolitan University's accommodations and faculty buildings are grouped together around a small number of streets, the campus is neither isolated nor unconnected to the outside world. So, even though the vibrant heart of Manchester is right outside a student’s door, they also feel a strong sense of community at MMU. In other words, it combines the greatest aspects of both worlds; a city environment with a campus-like atmosphere.

 

Nearby Places

In the fascinating city of Manchester, there is something for everyone to do. For international students, it is an excellent location to have a good time outside their Manchester Met Uni accommodation. Every student who wishes to explore Manchester will find its vibrancy and beauty bursting with a vibrant nightlife, mouth-watering cuisines, and remarkable attractions. 

 

The Northern Quarter

The edgy neighbourhood of the Northern Quarter (Between Piccadilly and the Ancoats) brims with charm and personality. It's simple to get lost in this thriving neighbourhood. It is home to hip independent apparel shops, record shops, cafés, bars and restaurants. The Northern Quarter wasn't famous until a group of businesses banded together to create the branded area. Now it's one of the areas that is growing rapidly with business. Students could easily spend the entire day exploring the hidden pubs and Instagram-worthy streets that are nestled away in the Northern Quarter.

 

Vinyl Stores

With a fantastic diversified selection of albums by both domestic and foreign musicians, Piccadilly Records is the place to be in the Northern Quarter. It's impressive that this location is so well-known that it has its own book. Additionally, there are tons of different vinyl shops to check out, such as Vinyl Revival, Vinyl Exchange, and Yes King Records Limited. Due to the widespread vinyl craze, independent record stores have enjoyed a second life. Students can visit the Northern Quarter and take advantage of all the fun things it has to offer.

 

The Lowry

The best visual and performing arts are presented in Salford by this registered charity, a non-profit organisation called The Lowry. The staff here works hard to ensure that guests always have a positive experience as they pursue their objective of being a top-tier arts facility. It was given the name “The Lowry” in honour of Laurence Stephen Lowry, a well-known artist who lived in Salford for a significant portion of his life. Iain Sterling, Jen Brister, and a wide range of art displays, from digital art programmes to LS Lowry talks and tours, are popular performers here.

 

The Cat Café

The Cat Café on the high street is the place to go for cat lovers if they want to relax and drink coffee with a cuddly friend. People are busier than ever, and the Cat Café fills the void by enhancing the physical and mental well-being of those who visit. The Cat Café is exactly what it sounds like, a charming café populated by content, purring cats. Students can grab their favourite hot beverage, unwind with the cats, and snap a few selfies while they're at it.

 

The Whitworth Gallery

The Whitworth Gallery, the first English gallery in a park, was established in 1889 and underwent a £15 million expansion. The Whitworth gallery, which is a part of Manchester University, is crammed with modern, intellectual, and entertaining works of art. Sarah Price (one of Britain's most well-known and sought-after garden designers) created the art garden with a sculptured patio, an orchard garden, and even a café in the trees for a cup of coffee.

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