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Edinburgh, the capital city of Scotland lives and breathes history. Get a taste of it at the Edinburgh Castle, standing strong for over a millennium. Feeling agile? Gather your friends and hike to the top of Arthur’s Seat. We promise that the view is well worth the effort and not to forget, all the calories you’ll burn in a day! The buses in Edinburgh run 24 hours a day and are well connected to all corners of the city. So getting around the city will never be fussy.
Take pub hopping to the next level as the city is filled with fabulous pubs for you and your squad to party at, even when you’re running low on cash. Catch the best shows, music gigs and comedy clubs at Summerhall. (Pro-tip: the microbrewery at the Summerhall makes some mean brews!) Looking for a bit of culture? Check out the Leith Theater, a favourite with music and theatre lovers in the city. With lots to see and do in this city, Edinburgh is a popular choice for our students.
And the biggest reason why you should lock down on moving to the Auld Reekie is the presence of prominent universities such as the University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh Napier University, Heriot-Watt University and Queen Margaret University, to name a few! Explore the best student apartments Edinburgh has to offer close to your university with Unilodgers, so you never miss out on all the fun things happening on campus. Find accommodation in the City Centre to live the best of both worlds at your new home!
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Edinburgh has a very high reputation in academic excellence and houses these major Universities – University of Edinburgh, ranked in the Top 20 of the World; Edinburgh Napier University, Heriot Watt University and Queen Margaret University. All of them combined contribute to the large population of home and international students in Edinburgh. The Scottish capital - Edinburgh is located on the southern shore of the Firth of Forth’s, which is where the River Forth that runs through the city meets the sea.
Edinburgh has witnessed massive growth. The old town of Edinburgh is home to historical buildings boasting marvellous architecture and the New Town is elegantly spotted with Georgian townhouses and open squares. The two towns put together are recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Keeping in mind all your requirements and preferences, Edinburgh student accommodation offers a wide range of high quality, comfortable and spacious student houses, private rooms, en suite and shared flats. They are well equipped with modern amenities and on-site facilities to provide you with only the best student living experience.
The approximate total population of the city is 489,000, of which an estimated 60,255 are students in Edinburgh. The average highest temperature in the summers can go up to 19° in the months of July and August and; winters can be very chilly with the minimum temperature dropping to 1°; accompanied by snow, especially in the months of December, January and February.
Owing to the compactness of the city, you can commute within Edinburgh easily by foot, cycle or public transport. There are excellent cycle routes/paths laid out throughout the city; trams and buses connect the city well and with a Ridacard you can avail their unlimited services for up to a year. At Waverly Station you will be able to find trains in case you are travelling to other parts of England. The Edinburgh International Airport is only 30 minutes away from the city centre via tram and buses that run 24/7. If you are travelling to London, you can get there in 4 hrs by train or in 1.5 hours by flight.