Are you looking at prospective universities? Accommodation is always key to the university experience, so we’ve got you covered. Well, we’ve collected a list of universities with the nicest student halls to help you narrow your choices!
Firstly, Loughborough has a reputation for being one of the best universities in the country in many respects, and its accommodation is no different. In fact, it won the Whatuni student choice awards for halls and student accommodation in 2019. With 16 undergraduate halls, 7 catered and 9 self-catered, there is a nice variety no matter what your wishes are. Likewise, with an average weekly cost of between £146.46 and £207.87 for catered halls and £104.64 and £195.08 for self-catered halls, there’s something in everyone’s budget.
Following on, Exeter has a variety of catered and non-catered halls to choose from. They each come with different benefits. The catered halls also offer more services, like TVs in communal areas. Among their services, they also offer insurance cover for your personal belongings. As well as this, the city offers scenic views!
3. Edge Hill University
Edge Hill, located in Ormskirk, in the outskirts of Liverpool, was considered to be the best value-for-money student accommodation in the national student housing awards in 2019. With options ranging between £77 to £143 a week for this upcoming academic year, it’s a very good value for money. All its halls are self-catered and a majority of rooms have ensuite options. Looking at their accommodation, I’m honestly very jealous. It looks very nice.
Royal Holloway, located in Egham, Surrey, so not actually in London, has a number of different student options. One, Founder’s, looks like an actual castle and was inspired by the French Chateau de Chambord in France that has also been used as a filming location for a number of different movies like Avengers Age of Ultron or Jack Ryan, so it’s definitely unlike any other student accommodation options. What’s more, the accommodation is fairly reasonably priced too, with options ranging from £122 to £187 a week, there are options within everyone’s budget.
Following on, we have one of the cheaper universities on our list, their prices range from £80 to £120. Belfast Met offers halls with cafeterias bar convenience stores and launderettes in its accommodation areas. There is a bus accessible with links to the city centre and campus.
The accommodation is mostly on campus for easy access to the University. The rent starts from £115 per week. Most halls offer 24-hour security. Postgrad students are also offered exclusive discounts, with up to 18% off weekly prices.
Based in London, the accommodations offer easy transport links to enjoy the city life. Imperial College has a variety of room options. They range from twin en-suites to single en-suites. The former is also budget-friendly, starting at £127 a week!
Following on, Bath is known to be one of the prettiest cities in England, with its beautiful architecture. Therefore, its no surprise one of its universities has made our list! If you want a rundown on their best student halls, check out our article.
The University of Cambridge is the oldest on our list. Its beautiful colleges and buildings show this. The university offers thirty-one different colleges, all with their own services and benefits. Most also offer guaranteed accommodation for at least three years of your undergraduate course!
Leave a comment below if you feel there were any universities missed out on from this list. Likewise, If you want more picturesque student accommodations, check out this article here!