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Student Accommodation in Liverpool

With three big universities in the area, the University of Liverpool, Liverpool John Moores University, and Liverpool Hope University, there is lots of affordable housing to meet the needs of the city’s 50,000 strong student population. Student accommodation in Liverpool is spread out around the city in locations that suit all three universities’ campuses. Popular areas for students include the city centre, Kensington, Smithdown, and Wavertree.

There are lots of shared student houses in Liverpool as well as student flats. Liverpool has an amazing nightlife for students of the city, so they are drawn to accommodation in the city centre and other areas close by or with good public transport links to the city.

Student Accommodation in Liverpool

Find Student Flats and Bedsits near Liverpool

Studio flats and bedsits in Liverpool are another popular form of accommodation in and around the city. Bedsits are self-contained apartments that are ideal for couples or people living alone. For a price similar to renting a room within a flatshare, you can have your own apartment with all your own living space.

Bedsits and Student Rooms in Liverpool

Bedsits in Liverpool consist of a living area, a separate kitchen or kitchenette area, and a bed or pull-out, all within the same room. There will also be a separate bathroom, either for private use or shared amongst others. Bedsits are an affordable type of accommodation in Liverpool, and often come with bills and council tax included in the rent.

Liverpool is home to three separate universities; the University of Liverpool, and Liverpool John Moores University, and Liverpool Hope University. So, there are lots of students living in the city studying a wide variety of degree topics. The city does well to meet this demand in terms of accommodation and student rooms in Liverpool. A lot of accommodation is concentrated around the campuses and the city centre. The areas of Wavertree and The Baltic Triangle are also popular places for students to live and hang out.

Student rooms in Liverpool cost around £70-£80 per week on average, generally with bills included in this price. Students can rent a house as a group if they have made friends at university, or they can rent a room individually, which is perfect for students who have just moved to the city to study for a year or semester.

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