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Kensington House, Birmingham

Suffolk Street Queensway, Birmingham, B1 1LN, United Kingdom
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Free on-site Gym
Secure Cycle Store
Cinema Room

About the Property

Kensington House, B1 1LN, is a modern, convenient student accommodation in Birmingham which offers a wide range of studio and 1-bed apartment options to choose from. Close to Suffolk Street Queensway, the property is located near  Ulster University, University College Birmingham, and BPP University, making it an ideal student housing for students. Besides being close to major universities, Kensington House student accommodation Birmingham is also well connected to the city’s major public transportation system. And, with amber, you can book Kensington House in just three simple steps: select, pay, and book. Amber will help you ensure a smooth booking process.


A major city in England’s West Midlands region, Birmingham boasts a rich history and diversity. From fine dining options and vibrant shopping markets to rich historical sites and beautiful outdoor spots, Birmingham has it all! The city’s popular attractions, recent developments, and popular shopping destinations are conveniently within walking distance, centered around the central transport hub, New Street Station. You can explore the historic Jewellery Quarter that stands as a treasure trove of architectural gems, contributing to 40% of all British jewellery production. To the west, the Brindleyplace development complements the canals with its chic glass-fronted cafes and summer deckchairs.


At Digbeth, you can explore the start-up hub Custard Factory, where art, street food, and live music converge. In the south of Birmingham, you will find expansive green spaces such as Cannon Hill Park and the Botanical Gardens, offering tranquil retreats for relaxation. Also, Birmingham’s vibrant Frankfurt Christmas market is something you don’t want to miss! You will see winters light up with the onset of the market. Here, you will find a range of traditional goods and gifts, a selection of cuisines, handcrafted wooden decorations, and live music setting the perfect backdrop. Kensington House is surrounded by an array of cosy cafes, eateries, shopping spots, ATMs, banks, and parks, making it a perfect place for students coming to Birmingham for their studies.

Features

Experience modern, comfortable living at Kensington House in Birmingham. Featuring a range of studios and 1-bed apartments, Kensington House student accommodation Birmingham is an ideal choice for students. Kensington House Birmingham offers six varieties of studios, including Standard Studio, Classic Studio, Deluxe Studio, Premium Studio, Premium Plus Studio, and Superior Studio. If opting for a studio, students get the entire place to themselves. The studios come with a private bathroom, private kitchen, and 1 bedroom. The rooms are equipped with a bed, Wi-Fi, a desk & chair, and a wardrobe. The Kensington House apartments are of two types: Superior one bed apartment and Prestige one bed apartment. The apartments come with a private room, shared bathroom, and shared kitchen. The rooms consist of a double bed, a desk chair, and a wardrobe.


There are also several common amenities offered at Kensington House. You can enjoy watching movies with your friends in the cinema room. The many common rooms are where you can hang out with flatmates and catch up on your day. Love games? Then, the games room is the right spot for you. The other common amenities you get access to include secure on-site parking, a free on-site gym, a private dining room, a cycle store, and on-site laundry facilities. There is also 24/7 CCTV and an on-site team readily available for you 24/7.

Location and What's Hot?

The area surrounding Kensington House is teeming with an array of facilities. You can try a diverse range of cuisines at the restaurants serving multi-cuisine items. Enjoy a delicious cup of coffee at the many cafes in the area. If you’re a party freak, you will also get several bars and many shopping centres, grocery stores, and green spaces near Kensignton House Birmingham. Kensington House student accommodation Birmingham is also close to universities such as Ulster University, University College Birmingham, and BPP University, making it feasible for students to commute to and from university with ease.


You can enjoy good Korean food at Topokki. The Meat Shack is where you can have good hamburgers. For tasty pizza, head to The Birmingham Stable. The other restaurants you can explore are Ming Moon Buffet & Karaoke, Turtle Bay Birmingham, and Bonehead. Head to Yorks Cafe & Coffee Roasters, Tim Hortons, and Damascena Birmingham City Centre for a nice cup of coffee and snacks. Who doesn’t like to party, while enjoying a few drinks? You can explore Gas Street Social, The Bierkeller Birmingham, Purecraft Bar & Kitchen, and The Village Inn.


For grocery shopping, visit Birmingham Indoor Market, Day In Oriental Supermarket, Bullring Open Market, and Tesco Express. You can visit The Alexandra Theatre, which is a performing arts theatre. If you like casinos, then, Grosvenor Casino is the spot for you. At O2 Academy Birmingham, you can enjoy amazing live music. The Glee Club Birmingham is where you can enjoy good stand-up comedy shows. Art lovers can head to RBSA Gallery, Colley Ison Gallery, and Clarendon Fine Art Birmingham. There are also several beautiful, soothing parks you can visit near the Birmingham student accommodation. These include City Centre Gardens, Larches Green Park, and St George’s Park. With so much to explore and enjoy, staying at Kensington House Birmingham is the best decision you will ever make.

Commute

The Kensington House student accommodation Birmingham is well connected to the city’s public transport which makes getting around the city easier. You can choose from a range of options such as bus, subway, train, and taxi to get around the city. A few bus stops located near the property include Suffolk St Queensway, Holloway Circus O2 Academy (Stop HF1), and Smallbrook Queensway (Stop NS7). You can catch a tram from the Grand Central tram stop, which is a short walk away from the Birmingham student accommodation. If you want to travel by a train, you can take the Birmingham Moor Street train station.

What will you get

Bills Included

Wifi
Water
Heater
Electricity

Common Amenities

Cinema Room
Private car parking
Free on-site Gym
Lots of common rooms
Private Dining Room
Social Events

Cancellation Policies (4)

  • Cooling off period
    This property offers cooling-off period.
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  • No visa no pay
    This property allows cancellation due to visa rejection.
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  • No place no pay
    This property allows cancellation if admission is not secured.
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Payment Policies (4)

  • Booking deposit
    This property requires booking deposit.
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  • Payment instalment plan
    This property offers 1, 3 flexible instalment plans.
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  • Mode of payment
    Payment via easy transaction modes.
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Frequently Asked Questions

Who can my guarantor be?

They must be a UK resident in professional, full-time employment. They’ll need to provide proof of ID and proof of address, like a utility bill dated within the last three months .

Can we book as a group?

Of course! If you’d like to live with your friends, you’ve come to the right place! If you refer your friends to live with us, they will get £100 off their rent and we’ll give you £100 off too!

Can I book for a single semester?

It depends on the property, but contracts are usually at least 44 weeks. If there is an available room they may be able to offer a shorter contract, so please contact our property team directly to find out. (If you’re booking after the contract start date, then we’ll shorten the contract accordingly.) For summer lets, please check out our property pages, where you’ll find if they have availability and what’s on offer. Our property teams are on standby for any help you need.

Can I extend my contract length?

They’ll always work to make sure they can make extensions where possible. Please have a chat with your property team who will do everything they can to make it happen.

What happens after I've finished my application?

You’ll be updated by email every step of the way, and our team are on hand to chat too. Once your application is in we’ll assign you a room which will trigger an email guiding you to your Resident Portal to digitally sign your tenancy documents. If you are paying by instalments then your guarantor will need to upload some documents and sign your tenancy agreement.

Do I need a guarantor?

That depends… If you choose to pay by instalments, you’ll need a UK-based guarantor. Pay your rent annually and you won’t need a guarantor. If you’re an International customer and wish to pay by instalments, Housing Hand can act as your Guarantor.

Can I choose my own room?

Yes, take your pick! You can even tell us who you’d like to live with (which university, course, age etc.) and we’ll pair you to the perfect flat. But be quick as rooms sell fast!

Can I take a look around?

Yes, you’ve a few options. Contact our amazing property team to arrange a look around, or if you’re too far away, ask us about FaceTime viewings. You’ll also find 360° tours on our website property pages to give you a good feel of the place.

When can I move in?

If you’re joining us in September 2022 then check-in starts from Saturday 10th September. If you need an earlier check-in then get in touch and we’ll do all they can to help. Looking for somewhere to stay now or over summer? Many of our properties have short-term lets available, check out the city page.

Dual occupancy - can I book a room and stay with my partner?

Yes, they have allocated studios at some of our properties which are able to accommodate two people (only one bed in the studio). they don’t have any additional fees for dual occupancy, who can put a price on love after all!

What happens if I want to cancel my booking?

They offer 7 day free cancellations which starts from when your booking is all completed. To cancel, you’ll need to do so in writing (email is fine) please. If you’ve paid your deposit it’s protected through Deposit Protection Scheme (DPS) so we’ll process the return of this. The deposit refund could take up to 30 days from when they request it. Read more about DPS on our blog. For all charges relating to contract cancellation please view your Tenancy Agreement or email us.
Help! I haven’t got in to uni/my VISA hasn’t been accepted. they know things don’t always go to plan and you shouldn’t be penalised for that.  If you haven’t been accepted for a VISA to study in the UK, or you’ve been denied a university place and can’t study in your chosen city, then please get in touch with the Property Manager. Please provide supporting evidence of what’s happened.

What if I cancel after the cooling off period?

If you need to cancel your contract, you’ll need to find someone else to take over your agreement with us. We’ll do our best to help you with this. Until you find someone, you’re bound to the contract so will have to pay the rent. You’re released from your contract once you’ve found a replacement tenant and they’ve finished their cooling off period.
For all charges relating to contract cancellation please view your Tenancy Agreement or via Email.

Do I need to pay a deposit?

Yes, it’s £250 deposit that’s refundable at the end of your stay.  Your deposit is logged with the Deposit Protection Scheme until the end of the year. When you move out they process the return of this money.

How do I pay?

To make life easy, you choose. Make one payment upfront and get it out of the way, or pay in three instalments which we’ll arrange to tie in with when your student loan arrives. If you’re an international student, you’ll need to pay the full year if you do not have a UK-based guarantor. (If you do, you can pay in three instalments.)

Will I get my full deposit back?

We’ll deduct money from your deposit to cover the cost of damage repair, cleaning requirements or arrears on your rent. Read more about DPS on our blog. Please remember to return your check-in forms (including inventory) to reception within 48 hours of checking in.

What happens if I can’t make a payment?

The first thing is, don’t panic! Get in touch with your Property Manager as soon as possible and explain what’s going on. We’ll do our best to help.

What do I need to pack?

Start by thinking about the top 5 categories: Kitchen essentials, Bedroom items, Wardrobe, Electronics and important documents. Got your list together… Great! Need a little help? Have a look at our essential student packs

When will I get moving in information?

You’ll get all the info you need closer to your moving in date. In the meantime, if you’ve any questions please get in touch over email, phone or social media. We’ll do what they can to help.

Can I move in early?

They may be able to accommodate an early check in and summer lets – our property team will be able to answer all your questions.

Can I move in if I haven’t paid my rent?

You have to have paid your rent before you move in. If there are any issues, please get in touch with the property team.

Can I check in outside of the dedicated hours?

They do try to offer 24 hour check in during your moving in weekend. But please contact your property team to confirm your arrival date.

Where can my parents stay after dropping me off?

Check local hotels and Airbnbs in the area if your parents will be staying overnight. It’s a good idea to book early as there’ll be a lot of students moving in at the same time.

Can I get all my university essentials in one place?

Yes! Property have partnered with Unpacked – the first choice for student essentials, to create a one-stop shop. Here you can get all your university necessities delivered to your home, or to your new accommodation.

Can I chat with my flatmates?

Be sure to join your flat’s exclusive Facebook group (we’ll email the details to you, or drop us a DM). You can get to know your flatmates and the property team.

What do I need to check in?

A valid form of ID is all you need. Don’t worry about printing off the tenancy agreement or booking confirmation.

When can I check in?

You’ll be sent a check in date and asked to book an appointment. This means they can make the process go smoothly and get you in your new home quickly. To help, please let us know if you’re going to arrive early or late.

Where can we unload the car?

Parking varies from property to property. If you’re arriving by car, ask our property team for advice on the best places to park.

What do I do with the inventory?

Your inventory will be in your room when you check in. Please fill it in and take it back to reception within 48 hours as it’s really important when you check out.

How do I report a maintenance issue?

Either pop down to reception to speak with a member of the property team or drop them an email.

How do I connect to the WIFI? And how many devices can I connect?

Our WIFI provider is ASK4. Just follow the simple step by step process to create an account when you first open a browser. You can connect up to five devices, completely free of charge.

Do I need to buy contents insurance?

No. With us, you’re covered! You get free Endsleigh contents insurance for up to £10,000. So you can relax knowing that items in your room are covered against fire, flood and theft.
It’s important to read your policy so you know what’s included and what’s not covered. For full details please check your Welcome Pack or ask your property team for help. If you do have the misfortune of anything happening to your possessions, contact your property team before making your claim. If you want to upgrade your insurance to include accidental cover you’ll get 20% off using the following code: Endsleigh20.

Can I bring my bike?

Absolutely! All our properties have a dedicated and secure bike store.

What’s included in the studios?

All our studios are fully equipped with a full-sized oven, hob, fridge freezer, plenty of cupboard space, toaster, microwave and kettle. There’s even a TV and washer dryer – yes, really! And the free ironing board, iron, mop and bucket saves you splashing out on those too. Just bring your own plates, cups, glasses, cutlery, and anything extra you’d like (Toastie machine? Blender?).

Can family/friends stay over?

Of course! This is your home so guests are welcome for a night or two. Just be sure to consider your flatmates and check they’re happy with it too. (Currently this will be in line with English and Welsh Government guidance due to the Coronavirus).

I’m locked out! What can I do?

Don’t worry, there’s always someone onsite to help! If you’re locked out after hours, please call the out of hours number. Be sure to pick up a property card from reception and save the number in your phone.

What’s the WIFI speed?

All sites have the same speed over wired and wireless connection which is 100Mbps download and 10Mbps upload.  So you’ll have access so super speedy WIFI – Whoosh!

Do you have a laundrette onsite?

They do better than that – you’ll find a washer/dryer in every apartment! No more queues for the laundry room, and no more expensive charges to wash your clothes.

What’s included in the shared apartments?

Your kitchen comes fully equipped. You’ll find a full-sized oven, hob, fridge/freezer, plenty of cupboard space, toaster, microwave and kettle. There’s even a TV and a washer/dryer – yes, really! Some shared apartments also include a dishwasher. The free ironing board, iron, mop and bucket saves you splashing out on those too. Just bring your own plates, cups, glasses, cutlery, and anything extra you’d like (toastie machine? Blender?) Pop a message on your exclusive Facebook group or apartment group chat to see what you can share.

Is there parking?

They always choose city centre locations with fantastic access to public transport and cycle routes. But if you do choose to bring your car, you’ll find car park options nearby.

Where can I find my EPC?

They have an EPC for each property. 

What safety measures are there in place?

All our properties have secure fob access to the main building and each bedroom has its own lock. There is CCTV throughout, and always someone onsite (24/7). Reception hours vary between properties, but reception will be staffed from 9am-5pm through the week.

What does being a guarantor mean?

If you’ve agreed to act as guarantor, you have joint financial responsibility for the tenancy. That means you agree to pay rent if the tenant can’t. Please read the guarantor section of the tenancy agreement carefully before signing to ensure you’re aware of all the responsibilities.

What support is there for residents?

They’re here to support with any issues. That could be a maintenance issue, something about their tenancy, or just having a chat. We’ve got it all covered. Getting locked out isn’t a problem as our Resident Co-Ordinators are on hand for out of hours support. All our Property Managers are also Mental Health First Aid trained and can signpost residents to University and local services, should they ever need such support.

When do I check out?

You can check out anytime up until 10am on the final date of your tenancy agreement. If you’re not sure when this is, pop to reception and we’ll let you know.

What do I need to do before moving out?

Before moving out, you’ll need to clean both your room and the shared areas of your apartment. If these areas are unclean, you and your flatmates may have to pay a fee for them to be cleaned. Take everything with you when you leave, as if anything is left behind you could incur a charge.

Will I be charged for damage in our shared area?

Damage in a shared area is a shared responsibility. So unless it’s proven you didn’t cause the damage (or the person who caused it takes responsibility) then yes you’ll be charged a share of the cost to fix it.

Can I donate any clothes and/or food items I no longer want?

You can help local charities by taking donations of clothing, household items, food etc to them. You’ll find details in your Move Out Guide, on posters around the property, or on your exclusive residents’ Facebook group.

I’ve had post sent to this address! What can I do?

Unfortunately, they can’t redirect your mail to you. So please remember to change your address on any subscription services, or you can also pay for a redirection service with Royal Mail. Otherwise we’ll have to return post and parcels to the sender rather than holding mail due to the volume they handle. It can sometimes take up to 4-5 weeks for redirection services to begin so please consider this when ordering this service through the Royal Mail to ensure your post gets to where it needs to be.

What happens after I check out?

If you haven’t requested to be there at your final room inspection, we’ll do this after you leave. We’ll let you know about any charges through the deposit return process.

How do I check out?

You will be sent a Move Out Guide in advance. This has all the information you need. Of course, you’ll need to leave your room clean and free from all personal belongings before returning your keys back to reception. There’ll be a dedicated place to leave keys for out of hours check out.

There’s damage in my room. Will I be charged?

If it isn’t classed as general wear and tear, then yes you may be charged. If you know of any damage it’s always best to book a check out appointment. That way you can discuss and agree charges ahead of your deposit return.

How quickly will I get my deposit back?

Your deposit is held in a tenancy deposit scheme. Once you’ve checked out, they’ll process your deposit return. You’ll get an email requesting you agree to the amount to be returned and any charges (if applicable). You’ll need to enter your bank details online to claim the funds back.

If I’ve booked for next year, can I leave things in my room?

If you have a 51-week contract with us, you can stay in your room for an extra week for FREE. It’s on us. However, if you’ve booked a 44-week contract, please ask your property team if they have storage onsite or if they can recommend a local service.

Will you give me a landlord reference?

Although they don’t provide landlord references, they can give you a copy of your Tenancy Agreement and a statement of account to show your rental balance on departure.

How do I pay damage or cleaning charges?

Charges are deducted from your deposit. If you’ve been charged more than your deposit amount then we’ll send an invoice to you (and your guarantor, if applicable).

Are you British Safety Council COVID-19 Assured?

Yes they are! Following a detailed assessment, reviewing our current COVID-19 policies, protocols, arrangements and controls, including interviews with our teams – they passed with flying colours!

Are the properties kept clean?

Sparkling. All our properties have a dedicated Housekeeper who works to keep the property shared spaces in pristine condition. they currently have an increased cleaning regime, particularly in shared areas. they encourage all residents to keep their shared kitchen areas clean and they carry out termly inspections.

What support do you offer for students in isolation?

Let the property team know if you need to self-isolate and they will email you and your flat mates a guide with lots of useful info. they will bring parcels/food deliveries to your door, can deliver post, and can also collect any home tests for posting.

Is there social distancing in the properties?

Our one-way systems have been phased out now that restrictions have eased. they always follow any changes to guidance and will adapt our response accordingly.

What is your policy on wearing face coverings?

Whilst it is no longer mandatory to wear face coverings, it is up to you if you’d prefer to wear a face covering.

Can I have visitors and how can they stay safe?

Yes, we’d love you to show off your home to friends. they ask you don’t allow visitors who have symptoms or should be self-isolating.

What other safety measures are in place?

They have hand sanitiser stations in shared areas, and they review all measures regularly.

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Finding ideal student accommodation in Birmingham can be a tiring job however, amber makes this daunting task easy by providing some amazing options. One of the best things about this student accommodation in Birmingham is its close proximity to renowned universities like the University of Birmingham, Aston University, ACM Birmingham, etc. Birmingham is known for its industrial revolution that has made it stand out amongst other cities. Birmingham is known as the educational hub for the outstanding environment it offers and a great range of career opportunities. Students will get a healthy environment to grow here, which will help them grow both personally and professionally. With a large number of students traveling to the city every year, finding ideal Birmingham student accommodation can be a little difficult hence, amber provides budget-friendly options that are loaded with all the necessary amenities and facilities that one would require for a comfortable stay. If you are looking for student accommodation in Birmingham, then don’t forget to check out these options such as Compass, The Old Fire Station, Calthorpe Court, Canalside, and many more.

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Birmingham is known for its iron & steel industry, which makes it one of the major role players in the industrial revolution. Well, not just an enriching history, but Birmingham has established itself as the educational hub over the years. Attracting a large number of students from all over the world. Another thing that makes Birmingham stand out amongst the rest is that the city proves to be a great place for cultural amalgamation. One can easily find people from different ethnicities and diverse backgrounds coming together. Birmingham is close to many cities, such as Coventry, Leicester, Nottingham, etc.

Birmingham is the second largest city in the United Kingdom and is home to some of the finest universities. Students will get a good exposure and an amalgamation of different cultures & backgrounds in Birmingham. However, it’s important to find the perfect student accommodation in Birmingham on time. That’s when amber comes into the picture by helping students find their perfect stay in the city. These options are all packed up with a great range of amenities & facilities that make the stay comfortable for students. The city has some of the best places to visit, which also gives students time to relax and explore the city. Apart from this, the city is also known for its finest architecture and modern art.

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Birmingham is known for its beautiful architecture and modern infrastructure. Off-campus student accommodation promotes community by enabling interactions with other students and forging lifetime friendships. With access to necessary amenities and resources, it provides a welcoming environment that is conducive to learning. By selecting the best student accommodation in Birmingham, you can invest in a balanced and enjoyable student experience, which will also help you to focus more on your studies and find lifelong memories. Amber simplifies the process by developing an easy, three-step process for choosing, paying for, and reserving the apartment of your choice. Amber offers purpose-built flats, studios, and budget-friendly apartments. If you intend to stay in Birmingham, amber's sorting features make it easy to choose neighbourhoods close to your university to save your commuting time. Have a look at some of the budget-friendly Birmingham student accommodations we offer:

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  3. The Heights
  4. Altura
  5. iQ Broderick House
  6. Chamberlain Place
  7. Lucas Studios
  8. Yugo Globe Works
  9. Volume Works
  10. The Pavilion

Cost of living in Birmingham

Birmingham, a city of endless possibilities, offers students affordable living costs that don't skimp on excitement. From reasonable food expenses to manageable utility bills and transportation costs, students can make the most of their budget while immersing themselves in Birmingham's vibrant culture and student-friendly atmosphere. Experience rewarding student life in Birmingham, where affordability meets a world of opportunities, making it the perfect destination for students seeking an enriching and pocket-friendly experience.

  1. Food: £30 - £40 /week
  2. Gas and electricity: £15 - £25 /week
  3. Internet & mobile phone: £15 - £20 /week
  4. Dinner at a restaurant: £10 - £15 /week
  5. Laundry: £5 - £10 /week
  6. Stationery and Textbooks: £10 - £15 /week
  7. Clothing: £50 /month
  8. Travel (buses, trams, trains): £40 - £60 /month

Student Travel Birmingham

The city is one of the largest metropolitan areas outside the capital and has an extensive transportation network. There are numerous ways to get around, whether going to and from college or returning home for the holidays. People usually travel by bus, train, tram or cycle.

  1. Bus: Birmingham has a vast bus network run by multiple companies. Adult single-trip bus fares typically cost around £2.50, although a National Express West Midlands Swift card can lower that cost to about £2.00. Weekly bus passes are discounted, costing between £15 and £20.
  2. Train: Birmingham New Street station is a major hub with excellent connectivity. A West Midlands Network card can further reduce the cost of a weekly pass for unlimited train travel within the region from about £30-£40 to just £20-£30. Students can easily take the train to travel to the nearest places as well. People usually prefer trains because of their frequency.
  3. Tram: Birmingham's West Midlands Metro tram system offers convenient transportation. Adult fares for a single tram ride range from £2.40 to £4.50, but they can be as low as £2.00 using a West Midlands Network card. Trams are also widely preferred by people for their rapid availability throughout the city.
  4. Cycling: Birmingham promotes cycling by providing designated lanes and bike-sharing programmes. With pricing starting at £1 per hour or roughly £5 for a weekly pass, programmes like West Midlands Cycle Hire make renting bikes to students affordable.

Student Lifestyle & Living in Birmingham

Birmingham is not just the city that offers a quality of education, but it is also known for its outstanding tourist attractions. Students travelling from different parts of the world will get to experience different cultures and diversity in Birmingham. Students will get plenty of opportunities to explore this beautiful city, which will also help them in their professional journey.

One can explore these places from their student accommodation in Birmingham. Students can visit Cadbury World for a fun-packed day.

Birmingham is a popular study-abroad destination reputed for its thriving student life. You can always find something to occupy you in Birmingham, from its buzzing nightlife to its diversified culinary scene. Experience the city's flourishing music and arts scene. Savour exquisite street food at the Digbeth Dining Club, and cheer on your favourite team at a live sports event! Students seeking life-changing adventures are sure to make unforgettable memories. Birmingham will surely leave you wanting more!

The Balti Triangle, located just south of the downtown area, has the city's highest concentration of Balti houses and serves the best curries in the UK. Because Birmingham is considered the birthplace of the Balti curry, many of these restaurants are among the best in the country. It's authentic Indian cuisine at its finest. If you're not in the mood for Indian food, there are many Chinese eateries and smorgasbords to browse in the Chinese Quarter - however, it can be expensive. Digbeth Dining Club, winner of the Best Street Food Event at a new emphasis of the British Street Food Awards, is open every Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday and is home to a diverse blend of road food and world cooking outlets.

Birmingham Tourist Attractions

Birmingham offers a great range of tourist attractions that students can easily visit from their student apartments in Birmingham. Some of the places to visit are

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  2. Library of Birmingham
  3. Symphony Hall
  4. Villa Park Stadium Tour
  5. Winterbourne House and Garden
  6. Coffin Works
  7. Barber Institute of Arts
  8. National Motorcycle Museum

Universities in Birmingham

Birmingham offers one of the best universities in the city that attracts a lot of students from across the world to study every year. Some of the universities are

1. Ulster University

2. BIMM

3. Birmingham City University

4. Ed Language School

5. University College Birmingham

6. ACM Birmingham

7. Aston University

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