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A new living experience

Since 1991 we’ve been helping students get the most out of their university experience by providing homes that give them the freedom and comfort to succeed.

And thanks to some great features like:
  • Utility bills
  • High-speed internet access
  • 24-hour security
  • Dedicated maintenance teams
  • Contents insurance
... included in the price of every room we offer.
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The right choice for you

With over 125 student homes throughout 25 key university cities and towns across the UK, we’ve got plenty of options to suit your needs.

From studios to shared flats, all our student homes give you:
So what are you waiting for? Register now and join our 46,000-strong community of students who have made Unite Students their Home for Success!
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RESI Awards 2016

Unite Students are proud to have won 2016 ‘Student Accommodation Operator of the Year’ at the national RESI Awards. After retaining our title from 2015 it’s the 3rd time in total we’ve won.
The criteria for winning includes ideas and innovations that set us apart from the crowd, a strong financial performance and a real understanding of customer requirements.
“Through our 25 years of experience of working with students, we know that supportive accommodation has an enormous impact on success.” - Richard Smith CEO

Investors in People Awards 2016

Investors in People awarded us Gold Status, an accolade which recognises that Unite Students offers a great place to work with a clear commitment to developing employees. 
We are accredited as a Living Wage employer by The Living Wage Foundation. We are proud of our achievements as a business and our success would not be possible without our employees. Unite Students is the first and only private student accommodation operator to be accredited by the Living Wage Foundation.
“We understand the benefit of having a happy and motivated workforce who earn a fair salary for their hard work and commitment.” - HR Director, Ruth George

Insight Report 2016: Resilience Skills

We’ve surveyed over 8,600 students to learn more about the non-academic elements of student life.
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