Student Accommodation in Middlesbrough

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Middlesbrough is a large post-industrial town, situated on the River Tees’ south banks, in North Yorkshire, England. The world-renowned voyager who discovered Australia - Captain James Cook was born in Stewart Park in Marton, Middlesbrough and to celebrate his 250th birth anniversary, the Captain Cook Birthplace Museum was opened in 1978, at the site he was actually born. The town is home...

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About Middlesbrough

The Teesside University is the major University in town that attracts a large number of home and international students to Middlesbrough annually. The main campus of the University is only a short walk from the town centre. Student accommodations in Middlesbrough are within walking distance from the University campus as well as the city centre; they offer a wide variety of modern and comfortable shared and studio flats that are fully furnished with state-of-the-art amenities. You will find pr...

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You can hop on a bus and visit many attractions such as the Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art, Dorman museum, Tunnel Gallery – where art work by various artists is displayed, similar to Banskys Tunnel in London and Tees Transporter Bridge. You must visit the Stewart Park, where you could visit the Captain Cook Birthplace museum, and take a stroll through the lush green landscapes. The Roseberry Topping is a perfect place to be on a bright summer day, where you can enjoy beautiful vi...

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