Once known as the industrial powerhouse of England, Sheffield is now a buzzing city of cultural and social activities. Home to the largest community of artists and creatives outside of London, Sheffield’s culture is all around green and creative living. Check out what this city has to offer with our student accommodation in Sheffield.
When looking for student accommodation in Sheffield, it’s worth taking a look at Truro Sheffield. Newly refurbished, this eclectic accommodation offers studio and one-bedroom apartment living, all with en-suite bathrooms, in the heart of the city. It’s only a six-minute walk to Sheffield Hallam University and a 22-minute walk to the University of Sheffield, and is also a short walk to lots of bars and restaurants.
If you’re looking for Sheffield student halls that offer a more communal living, check out Bailey Fields. You can grab an en-suite room with shared kitchen and living areas, a private studio or even a one-bedroom apartment spread across a spacious two-levels. Location-wise, you’re less than a 15-minute walk to both the University of Sheffield and Sheffield Hallam University. It also has great games rooms, a TV room and plenty of hang out space to spend time with your friends. As far as private student accommodation in Sheffield goes, this place has lots to offer.
When it comes to student flats in Sheffield, it’s no wonder Redvers Tower made the list of our most Instagrammable student accommodation. Offering both private and shared accommodation, Redvers Tower is right in the city-centre, which means a short walk to university campuses, as well as having lots of bars, restaurants and activities on your doorstep. Not to mention the epic games room, cinema room, gym and relaxing common areas that you have right in your building.
There’s lots of choice when it comes to student studios in Sheffield, but it’s worth a look at the iQ Brocco. A great affordable option without compromising on standard of living (did you know that financial stress is one of the top reasons students struggle to sleep some nights?), this modern accommodation has both en-suite rooms with shared kitchens and living spaces, as well as private accommodation for those who like their own space. There’s also plenty of great break out spaces for studying and socialising, as well as game spaces and TV rooms. Location-wise, you’re never more than a 20-minute walk to either the University of Sheffield and Sheffield Hallam University.
Getting to and from your student accommodation in Sheffield is easy with reliable public buses and a tram system. As with most places, students living in Sheffield are eligible for discounted public transport. For details and tickets, click here.
There are two main bus operators in Sheffield – Stagecoach and First. They run regularly to and from the universities which means you’ll never be short of options. Check out bus route information here.
The tram system, aka Supertram, is one of the favoured ways to get around Sheffield due to its connections to the universities. With both a traditional tram and a tram-train hybrid available, the first in the UK, this network of transport allows you to get home to your student flats in Sheffield in the early hours of the morning up until midnight. You can plan your journey here.
Otherwise known as ‘Eccy Road’, this four-mile stretch is known for always having something on and is close to lots of student accommodation in Sheffield. Filled with unique independent businesses, coffee shops, restaurants, and bars, Eccleshall Road is a popular hangout for students. It’s just down the road from Sheffield Botanical Gardens as well as Endcliffe Park for those sunny summer days. Don’t forget about Sharrow Vale Road which has a similar vibe to Eccleshall Road, and also hosts a large street market three times a year.
Crookes and Crookesmoor
There’s lots of Sheffield student halls in the suburbs of Crookes and Crookesmoor. Popular not only because of its close proximity to the University of Sheffield campus but also because of the array of independent shops, cafes, restaurants, and bars, not to mention the much-loved Unwrapped, a zero-waste store for those environmentally conscious students. Whether you’re in the mood for a quick bite to eat, a coffee and a croissant, or sitting down for a cocktail, this area is sure to satisfy. Not too far away in the next suburb of Bolehill is the Bolehills BMX Track, a popular spot for those who like to grab their bike and hit the dirt tracks.
Not to be overlooked, Sheffield’s City Centre has some of the best of what this city has to offer. In the City Centre is where you’ll find Sheffield’s many museums, like the Millennium Gallery or The National Videogame Museum, as well as the iconic Winter Garden, a large temperate glasshouse home to more than 2,500 plants from around the world. Or if street art is your thing, check out the Sheffield street art trail. The walk is around 40 mins and will take you to 10 locations featuring the best of street art in Sheffield.
Generally, the hunt for student accommodation in Sheffield begins in October-November during the term. However, we recommend starting to look at least six months before the contract start date.
There’s a fantastic range of student accommodation in Sheffield at Mystudenthalls.com, from studios to flats and apartments with ensuites and shared bathroom and kitchen options. Plus, each accommodation option has a range of facilities for residents, including on-site gyms, TV and games rooms and more.
Student accommodation in Sheffield is generally very affordable, with prices starting at £62 per week and ranging to £155 per week, depending on your choice of location.
Budgeting is all part of university life, and thankfully, Sheffield is one of the most affordable student cities in the UK, with a range of student accommodations on offer and plenty of student savings on transport, food and entertainment across the city!
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