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Student Accommodation in the UK

Welcome to a new kind of student living experience, designed with you in mind. We are the number one choice for student accommodation because we genuinely care about how you want to live. Living with Unite Students isn't just about buildings, it’s about safe, secure homes where you can study and socialise in comfort.

Our properties are perfectly located near city centres or universities, and come fully equipped with everything you need, including wi-fi, inclusive bills, contents insurance, study space and social areas.

Why Unite Students?

Great facilities and locations close to city centres and University campuses
All rooms come with up to 70MB Wi-Fi, so no need to worry about getting a good connection
Bills and insurance are all included, saving you time and making budgeting easy
All our properties are fully secure and come with 24/7 support giving you peace of mind


Sheffield cityscape
Sheffield is a vibrant and exciting student city, and our student accommodation in Sheffield is conveniently located close to both Sheffield Hallam University and The University of Sheffield. All our properties are all centrally located and situated either in or very close to the city centre, providing easy access to shops, supermarkets and transport links. There are a range of rooms on offer across our 9 properties in the city, including all the student living essentials and more, so there is something to suit every budget.


Aberdeen cityscape
All of our student accommodation in Aberdeen is conveniently located close to Robert Gordon University, the University of Aberdeen and North East Scotland College. We offer a variety of rooms to meet individual needs and a central location close to shopping centres, supermarkets, great bus links and situated close to King Street, Aberdeen's most popular student area.

The Leap

The Leap is the transition from school to university and can be a mix of anticipation, excitement and anxiety. We have spoken to parents and students across the UK to find out what they need and expect from student life.
3 male students and a female student walking and talking outside a building