Up in the northwest of England right by the Irish sea, you’ll find the city of Liverpool. With a population of just over 900,000, Liverpool is known for having a rich history in trade and migration thanks to its proximity to the sea, as well as being home to the infamous musicians The Beatles. Find out what this city has to offer with our student accommodation in Liverpool.
Capital Gate is a great place to start when looking for student accommodation in Liverpool. It’s conveniently located in the city centre and is less than a 15-minute walk to the University of Liverpool, Liverpool Hope University, Liverpool John Moores University, and the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine. This accommodation has free parking, bike storage, lots of communal break-out spaces, and an on-site team that runs a full social calendar.
If amenities are a must for you when looking for student halls in Liverpool, check out Calico. This modern and stylish student accommodation in Liverpool city centre offers both hi-spec ensuites in shared apartments with shared living and kitchen spaces. If you’re nervous about living with strangers, check out the different types of roommate you’ll come across in halls to give you a heads up. Or, opt for your own ensuite student studio. Less than a 15-minute walk to all the major universities, as well as amongst a great selection of bars and restaurants, everything you need is right on your doorstep.
If space is top of your list when searching for private student accommodation in Liverpool, head closer to the sea and check out Baltic 56. This recently built accommodation boasts some of the largest student studio apartments in the city and has 12 different style apartments to choose from. Worried you won’t like your room? Check out our 6 cheap and easy ways to brighten up your room in student halls for some decorating tips. Baltic 56has an onsite gym, laundry, and large common rooms that double as a cinema. Plus it’s less than a 25-minute walk to most major universities.
If communal living is more your vibe when looking for student halls in Liverpool, check out Maple House. Here you’ll find both studio and three-bedroom apartments, all with ensuite and kitchen facilities. It’s only a five-minute walk to the city centre, and the best bit is the small supermarket, bakery, and a coffee shop on the ground floor. Location-wise, you’re only a 10-minute walk to the University of Liverpool, and no more than a 20-minute walk to other major higher education establishments.
Liverpool has a great selection of public transport options to help you get around the city. You can jump on a bus, catch a train or even jump on a ferry to get you where you need to be. There’s also great cycling routes for those who like to jump on their bike.
Trains are one of the easiest and fastest ways to move about the city and surrounding areas. With 68 different stations there’s likely to be a station close to most student flats in Liverpool. For rail timetables, click here.
For transport that will take you directly to campus, jump on a bus. This system was designed to hit all the major public locations including hospitals, shopping centres, and airports. For bus routes and timetables, click here.
Ferries have been operating on the River Mersey for over 800 years and are a popular tourist attraction for those wanting to see the city by water, but they also play an important part for those commuting from Woodside and Liverpool city centre. It’s likely as a student you won’t be jumping on the ferry every day, but they’re a great alternative option if you’re keen to explore further afield. Check out more information here.
Moving about the city on a bike is a favoured mode of transport for lots of students. Most student accommodation in Liverpool provides free bike storage, but for those who don’t own their own bike, there is also Liverpool’s citybike hire scheme which lets you grab bikes as you please. Recently, they’ve added pop-up bike lanes to accommodate the increasing number of cyclists. For route information, click here.
Having your student accommodation in Liverpool city-centre means you’re only ever a few steps away from a fun activity. Amongst the countless shops, bars, cafes, and restaurants, there’s plenty of attractions. Why not head on over to the Royal Albert Dock and explore the Tate Liverpool, or admire the city’s architecture by visiting the Liverpool Cathedral. If culture isn’t your style, make your way to The Baltic Triangle where you’ll find a great mix of street food, live music, and independent shops. Check out our Drunk Food Index 2018 for places to hit up in Liverpool at the end of a good night out.
For those who like to live outside of the hustle and bustle of the city, Sefton Park is the perfect place for you. About ten minutes from the city centre, this beautiful suburb has great options when looking for student apartments in Liverpool, as well as a large grade 1 listed, 200-acre green space to help you unwind on your study breaks. It’s not exactly a short walk to most campuses (the University of Liverpool is about a 40-minute walk away), but there are great bus links to get you to lectures.
Due to its proximity to university campuses, it’s no surprise Wavertree has a large student population. A little out of the city centre, this leafy suburb provides a quiet alternative while having great bus connections for when you fancy hitting a bar or restaurant. One of Wavertree’s greatest attractions is the Wavertree playground, a huge park and athletics track perfect for athletic students.
Sefton Park, the city centre and Wavertree have several fantastic options for student accommodation in Liverpool, for students at all four higher education establishments and close to the hubbub of the city.
Liverpool accommodation for students ranges from around £80 per week to £120 per week, depending on the location you choose. In general, the further away from the city centre, the cheaper your rent. Also factored into student rent are the property type, layout, and on-site facilities.
Liverpool has several different options for student accommodation, including communal halls and apartments and single occupancy studios.
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