Student accommodation Sheffield comes with a wide variety of options ranging from studio apartments, private halls, residences and short term housing on rent. Explore all of these and more with Unilodgers and find a cosy and luxurious home in the Steel City!
A vibrant culture, diversity and world-class universities have fueled Sheffield’s transformation over the past decade. Famous for having one of the highest green covers in the UK, Sheffield is blessed with an abundance of parks, rolling hills and of course Sheffield United F.C! Convenient public transportation options (bus, train and tram services) make getting around the city very convenient. Just get a monthly season pass and you’re good to ride the bus and tram as much as you want!
Some of the best student apartments Sheffield has to offer are located right in the heart of the city. Sheffield boasts a cost of living which is much lower than the national average, making this the perfect student city. So, whether you crave the city centre culture or the quiet suburbs, you’re bound to find great accommodation for all budget ranges.
Sheffield is big on parks and art galleries. Head over to Botanical Gardens to catch a breath of fresh air or to Millenium or Graves Gallery to intellectually challenge your mind with artistic masterpieces!
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The city of Birmingham is located in the centre of the West Midlands region of England and; is the second-largest city, after London. Thousands of international students flock to the city to get the best of higher education. Get ready to have the time of your life in Birmingham, one of the most livable cities in the world! Students from around the globe come to Birmingham for its top-notch universities, cultural diversity, exciting culinary scene, bountiful job market, and so much more.
Sheffield is located in the South of Yorkshire and is the 5th largest city in UK, in terms of population. Almost a third of the city falls under the Peak District, which is known to be one of the most naturally beautiful areas of the country. Sheffield is an industrial town famous around the world for its Steel Cutlery and is popularly known as the ‘Steel City’. Contrary to the name, it is a very friendly and welcoming city, bustling with cultural diversity. The city is also known to have one of the lowest costs of living for students in the UK.
Over 60,000 students live in Sheffield, making it a true student city. From independent shops to student bars, there’s something for everyone here. Sheffield is made up of green spaces like parks, public gardens, and the countryside. So if you’re looking for a quiet, sunny place to study in peace (if your Sheffield student room doesn't suffice), you’re never far from somewhere pretty to relax in. This city is a great choice if you like the perks of living in the city combined with the outdoorsy experience. It boasts 30 cinema screens, 70 music venues and a knife with 2,000 blades on display in the Kelham Island Museum. You might expect the latter from a city that was built around the steel industry. The city offers international students some of United Kingdom's finest higher education institutions, including The Sheffield University and Sheffield Hallam University, and many more.
The population of Sheffield is approximately 575,400 and the student population is close to about 28,000. The weather in Sheffield remains temperate throughout the year, with July being the warmest month of summer and the maximum temperature at 20°. January is usually the coldest during winter and temperature drops to about 3°.
With both Universities located in the heart of Sheffield, you will find it rather easy to commute locally, because there are convenient transport services which offer you an extremely low student fair. You can choose from buses that service the city and University campuses at regular intervals. Sheffield takes pride in its Supertram; which is absolutely the best way of covering longer distances across the city. In case you plan on travelling outside of the city, trains are your best option. If travelling internationally, you can get to London airports in a little over 2 hours by train and in case you are flying from the Manchester International Airport, you can choose to hop on the direct train from Sheffield which takes a little over an hour.