Find the best student accommodation Manchester with Unilodgers! No matter what your personal style and budget, we have just the right options for you. From private residences to studio student apartments Manchester, and short term housing on rent, we got it all friend!
Welcome to the capital city of Football! The football fans need no convincing and we bet that Manchester is already their dream city. With a student population of over 100,000, Manchester is one of the most diverse cities in the country. Speaking of which, it is linguistically diverse as well. Bet you didn’t know that more than 200 languages are spoken in the city!
Did you know that the city is also known as the Cottonopolis and Warehouse city? Lively neighbourhoods, iconic attractions, luxurious student rooms Manchester and the most happening hangout places for students, the city has it all! You cannot NOT watch a game at Old Trafford. Head to the Manchester Museum or The Royal Exchange Theatre to get your intellect triggered by some of the most brilliant masterpieces and performances in the world. CurryMile is the perfect place to devour Indian delicacies. Stroll around the city centre and you’ll find something fun to do on a boring evening! Eating out, partying, or just taking in the sights - Manchester has got you covered!.
And that’s not all ladies and gentlemen. Some of the best universities in the world are also located right here. Manchester University, Manchester Metropolitan University, and the Royal Northern College of Music are just a few from a long list of excellent educational institutions! Whether you’re looking for Manchester Metropolitan University accommodation or for any of the universities, we’ve got the best options for all styles and budgets! The areas Fallowfield, Rusholme, Withington, Didsbury/West Didsbury, Oxford Road are our top picks for student houses Manchester.
So, are you ready to book student accommodation Manchester with Unilodgers?
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iQ Lambert & Fairfield House
City Center: 0.48 milesFeatures
From £ 188/week
iQ Warehouse One & Two
City Center: 0.49 milesFeatures
From £ 199/week
Explore beautiful and popular places to stay with all the comfort of home.
iQ Kerria Apartments
City Center: 1.63 milesFeatures
From £ 203/week
Vita Student Manchester Circle Square
City Center: 0.56 milesFeatures
From £ 260/week
dwell Manchester Student Village South
City Center: 1.7 milesFeatures
From £ 115/week
World renowned as a UNESCO City of Literature, Manchester is rich with a multicultural and friendly vibe. As compact as the city may seem to be, you will never run out of places to explore and things to do. You could visit over 90 museums and galleries or just walk to Castlefield to absorb some history and see the marvels of Roman architecture. If you are a football fan; this is your best opportunity to tour the legendary Manchester United’s Old Trafford Stadium.
Not only did Ernest Rutherford first split the atom in Manchester, but Charles Rolls made his first car here in 1904. He went on to meet Henry Royce and together they established the world-famous Roll-Royce brand. For the bookworms out there, Manchester is home to Chetham’s Library, the UK’s oldest free public library, which was established in 1653. Love football? Manchester has two globally celebrated Premiere Football League Clubs – Manchester United and Manchester City.
Manchester student housing is designed, keeping in mind your preferences, and offer a range of affordable studio flats and private rooms in en suite and shared flats. All come with spacious rooms, private study, fully fitted kitchen and communal spaces. Some accommodations have on-site facilities like gyms and self-service laundry areas, to make your life all the more convenient.
The approximate population of Manchester city is 530,300, of which an estimated 85,000 are students. The average highest temperature in the summers can go up to 20° in the months of July and August and; winters can be very chilly with the minimum temperature dropping to 3°.
It is easy to get around both within and outside the city as Manchester has excellent public transport links, so you can choose from buses, trains and trams. If living in the city you can avail bus services that will take you to your University campuses from Piccadilly bus station. If you are looking to travel by train then Piccadilly, Oxford Road and Victoria railway stations are based in the city centre and are ideal for national and local travel. The Manchester airport is only 40 minutes and London Airports are about 3 hours away from Manchester Oxford Road station.