There’s a wide variety of safe and modern accommodation on offer for students in the UK and universities and colleges have dedicated accommodation teams that will help you find the right type of living environment to suit your needs. Many universities and colleges have halls of residence that are on-site or nearby.
This might be a good option for meeting new people and getting involved in university life. You might also consider renting a room in a shared apartment. Sharing an apartment with British students will be a great way to improve your language skills. Even in shared living accommodation, students usually have a bedroom to themselves, often with an en-suite bathroom.
Your university can provide you with more specific advice regarding on-site accommodation options.
Travelling to the UK to study should be exciting, but it can be daunting too. Getting settled in a new country with different customs, languages, food and currency is a challenge. However, the rewards are great: not only will you become more qualified, but the social, linguistic and cultural skills you develop will surely help you in the future, whatever you decide to do and wherever you are.
Find out more: Study in the UK 2021-2022.