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 Get the best out of your student accommodation Newcastle

Want to study in the UK? Why not consider Newcastle?! Newcastle is a huge city packed in a small space. Its sizable and diverse student population is the reason why students from over 140 countries come here to study. Getting around the city is a breeze, thanks to Newcastle’s well-connected Metro rail system running all across the city, right from the airport, to the North Sea coast. Students who wish to study in Newcastle can expect warm and friendly locals who are renowned for their hospitality. Moreover, living in Newcastle can be light on your wallet too! The average cost of living for a student in the UK is around £770 per month, which is much lesser than the UK national average. Last but not least, Newcastle has a stunning reputation for sport. This city is home to several professional sports teams, such as Newcastle United, Newcastle Falcons and the Newcastle Eagles. If you want to blend in with the locals, we suggest you pick a team and start supporting them vehemently!

Newcastle accommodation living experience

Newcastle has a thriving arts and culture scene that is packed with award-winning museums, world-class music venues, a diverse mix of galleries and several stunning theatres. There are also many spectacular programmes of festivals and events throughout the year in Newcastle. With so many options at your disposal, we understand that it can get difficult to decide where to invest your time and energy. But lucky for you, we’ve listed down some of the best places to visit while in Newcastle -

Best places to visit while living in a student houses Newcastle -

Newcastle has a thriving arts and culture scene that is packed with award-winning museums, world-class music venues, a diverse mix of galleries and several stunning theatres. There are also many spectacular programmes of festivals and events throughout the year in Newcastle. With so many options at your disposal, we understand that it can get difficult to decide where to invest your time and energy. But lucky for you, we’ve listed down some of the best places to visit while in Newcastle -

  • Sage Gateshead
  • Live Theatre
  • The Biscuit Factory
  • St James Park
  • The Tyneside Cinema
  • For The Love of the North
  • Newcastle Castle
  • Mog on the Tyne (and Dog and Scone)
  • Victoria Tunnel
  • Newcastle Cathedral
  • Blackfriars

The Museums and Galleries

  • BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art
  • Great North Museum: Hancock
  • Newcastle Lit and Phil Society
  • The Discovery Museum
  • Beamish Museum
  • North East Aircraft Museum
  • Laing Art Gallery
  • North East Art Collective
  • Side Gallery 

Pubs

  • The Broad Chare - A no-fuss, old school British pub. 
  • The Cumberland Arms - A great pub that’s bursting with musicians, spoken word events and comedy gigs.
  • The Central Bar - Located in an unusually shaped building, this pub makes wonderful craft ales and locally sourced beers.
  • The Town Wall - Perfectly captures the perfect blend of traditional pub sensibility with a lively atmosphere.
  • The Tyne Bar - The most ‘must-visit pub’ in Newcastle
  • The Old George - Newcastle’s oldest pub with roots dating back to the 16th Century. 

The Transport network

  • Taxi or Cab
  • Bus 
  • Train
  • Metro
  • Bikes (Take full advantage of Newcastle's traffic-free cycle routes)

Eating Out

  • Blackfriars Restaurant - A 13th century friary where you can enjoy medieval food.
  • House of Tides - A Michelin star restaurant that guarantees the best fine dining experience in Newcastle.
  • Saltwater Fish Company - Craving seafood in Newcastle? This is the place to be.
  • 21 - A contemporary bistro with classic and local dishes. 
  • Dobson & Parnell - The place to be for authentic British cuisine in Newcastle.
  • The Staith House - Hands down, the best gastro-pub in Newcastle.
  • Elder & Wolf - Need a restaurant suggestion for wood-fired pizzas? Head over to Elder & Wolf.
  • As You Like It - A classy space with enough space for private parties. 

Byron Central Newcastle places

Out of all the student cities in the UK, it was Newcastle that was named ‘Best UK Student City 2019’ by Student Hut's. The fast growing culture of Newcastle is one to witness, which is why students from all over the globe come to Newcastle to pursue their higher education. In fact, Newcastle is dominated by students, as one in every six people in the city is a student.

The beauty of Newcastle lies in its compactness. This makes it large enough to be vibrant and exciting while still small enough to feel like home. Believe it or not, Newcastle is often referred to as ‘the smallest big city in the world’. The reason being that this city is so conveniently accessible that you can actually walk it in 15 minutes. Now don’t let that make you think that Newcastle is incapable of serving up brilliant moments of fun and relaxation. It’s quite the opposite, as this small city offers residents living experiences that cater to everyone’s tastes and desires.

It is understandable that any natives tend to be biased towards their own hometown but if you happen to speak to anyone in Newcastle and ask about the city, you will hear only good things about the people of the North East. Whether you are riding the Metro, dining in the restaurants, socialising in bars or venturing around the retail shops, The Geordie natives will always be up for a good chat with everyone and offering help wherever they can. Students studying in Newcastle will notice a strong and unusual accent from natives of Newcastle. This local dialect is named after the locals from the Tyneside area - Geordies. 

Students can make the most of their University experience by exploring the city using some of the region’s most easily accessible public transport options. Students can choose to travel to the vibrant city centre by foot or by jumping on the bus to Gateshead Quayside. Or else, they can get around by taking the Metro, which, compared to London’s Tube System, is a cheaper and less busy mode of transport. There’s also the added bonus of gathering your friends and renting cycles for the afternoon! 

Newcastle continues to contribute to the British culture with its unique music, art and galleries. For example, Newcastle’s Theatre Royal and the Baltic Art Gallery, are two of the most prominent features of the culture of Newcastle. Music fans have a variety of choices at their disposal like the Metro Radio Arena and the international Sage.

Coming to sports; football, to be specific, you can find the home of The Toon Army, Newcastle United, in the heart of Newcastle. This English Premier League football club is housed at St. James’ Park, where the fans are commonly known as The Magpies, The Geordies and The Toon. This legendary stadium dominates the city’s horizon and remains an integral part of The Geordie native’s everyday lives.

Just to inspire you, we’re naming some natives of Newcastle who have gone on to become global household names. So, here we go - 

  • Lord Woolf (Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales)
  • Mark Knopfler (lead singer for Dire Straits)
  • Sting (musician)
  • Ant & Dec (TV presenters)
  • Thomas Addison (physician and scientist)
  • Brian Johnson (lead singer of AC/DC)
  • Jimmy Nail (actor, singer)
  • Sarah Millican (comedian)
  • Ross Noble (comedian)
  • Simon King (TV Chef – The Hairy Bikers)

Best private student accommodation Newcastle

Being one of the most popular student cities in the UK, you can expect to find a variety of student accommodation in Newcastle. The most popular types of student accommodation in Newcastle are student studios Newcastle. These studio rooms are perfect for students who value their privacy. Student studios Newcastle come with a private room, a private bathroom and even a private kitchen. Most 1st year and 2nd year students book this room variant and go on to have the best living experience in Newcastle. Other popular room configurations include student flats Newcastle and student apartments Newcastle.  

Newcastle Upon Tyne -

  • iQ Stephenson House - The best Newcastle student apartments.
  • iQ Collingwood - The best Newcastle university accommodation.
  • St James' Point
  • Newcastle 1 
  • Market House
  • St James' House - The nearest Newcastle university student accommodation.
  • Leazes Parade
  • Knoll Court
  • Barker House

Roman House - One of the best Newcastle uni accommodation.  

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