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Bedfordshire is a county in the East of England, bordered by Cambridgeshire, Northamptonshire, Buckinghamshire and Hertfordshire and is the fourteenth most densely populated county of England, with over half the population of the county living in Luton (236,000) and the county town, Bedford (102,000).


As the UK’s second largest city, be a part of the 65,000 students community from Birmingham’s five universities: Aston University, the University of Birmingham, Birmingham City University, Newman University and University College Birmingham, giving you the freedom to study ,socialise and succeed however you live your life.


With over seven miles of award-winning sandy beaches, you can see why Bournemouth is a popular tourist destination with almost five-million visitors every year.

There are over 17,000 students based in the town, with the majority of these attending Bournemouth University.


Colchester is an historic town, and one of Britain’s fastest growing, with a population of approximately 173,100. As the oldest recorded Roman town in Britain, Colchester is claimed to be the oldest town in Britain, built by the Romans after Boudicca destroyed it in AD 60, about a mile of the original wall is still remaining. Today, it is an exciting, modern town that attracts over 4.5 million visitors every year.


Regularly rated as one of the best places to live in the UK, Exeter has plenty on offer for students. The city’s thriving economy means you have a great selection of shops, bars and restaurants. Big business also means big employment, and Exeter’s huge growth offers some fantastic work opportunities for students.


It’s easy to see why Leeds was ranked among the ‘501 Must-Visit Cities’ in the Rough Guide. The UK’s third-largest city is brimming with history, beauty and opportunity which is why it is known as the capital of culture, shopping and education in West Yorkshire. It became hugely popular after the Tour de Yorkshire was launched there in 2014.


This historical port city is one of the country’s fastest economic boom cities outside of London. With over 50,000 students from more than 100 different countries studying across Liverpool’s five main universities, cultural depth and diversity fills Liverpool life, from the food on offer to the city’s amazing art and architecture.


The country’s capital has something for everyone to enjoy. World-famous for its history, culture and diversity, the city is home to over 300,000 students, and has a total population of nearly eight million. Whether it’s easy access to universities, a vibrant social scene, or cosmopolitan cafés and bars on your doorstep that you are after, our London student accommodation offers all of this and much more.


As the biggest city in the UK’s North West, Manchester is home to over 100,000 students. With award-winning parks, a world-famous clubbing scene and the UK’s largest single-site university campus, this city is expanding daily. Both The University of Manchester and Manchester Metropolitan University have a culturally diverse student population, offering great opportunities to make friends from a variety of backgrounds. It is this cosmopolitan culture that has helped Manchester to become the third most visited city in the UK.


Newport is a Cathedral and University City in South East Wales. It is located on the River Usk, approximately 12 miles northeast of Cardiff. It is the third largest city in Wales, with a population of approximately 145,700. Until the rise of Cardiff from the 1850s, Newport was Wales’ largest coal-exporting port. During the 20th century, when the docks declined , Newport remained an important manufacturing and engineering centre. It was granted city status in 2002. Newport also hosted the Ryder Cup in 2010.


The City of Salford is a borough of Greater Manchester and covers a large area including Eccles, Swinton and Pendlebury, Walkden, and Irlam. It sits directly adjacent to Manchester City centre and is within walking distance of local shops and transport links that the city has to offer. Salford has a population of 218,000 with over 19,000 students attending the University of Salford each year.

sutton bonington

Sutton Bonington is a small village in the Midlands with a population of just 1,558 people.

Imagine Emmerdale! Picturesque views, wild rabbits, stables, a dairy, lots of green space and a university farm. The village hosts students from the University of Nottingham – Sutton Bonington campus.