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Aston University


Established in the year 1859, Aston University is a public research university located in the heart of Birmingham, England. Apart from this, Aston University is the first college of advanced technology in the UK.

The Aston University received its royal charter from Queen Elizabeth II in the year 1966. The University currently caters a total of 11,000 students out of which 2,000 are postgraduates, and 9,000 are undergraduate students.  

The University is made up of five schools: Life and Health Science, Engineering and Applied Science, Languages and Social Science, Aston Business School and Aston Medical School which offers a wide range of both undergraduate and postgraduate degrees.  

student accommodation Aston University

You will find a wide choice of quality student housing options near Aston University. Ranging from budget-friendly student accommodation to expensive student accommodation options, the city has it all. 

Private halls of residence around Aston University includes lavish and affordable shared en-suites, non-en-suites, studios and studios which are inclusive of all the amenity bills. Due to the attractive student offers and quality maintenance, the private halls of residence relatively have a much higher demand.  

Aston University accommodation, also known as Halls of Residence refers to buildings with flats and rooms built within the university or college campus which students can rent and live in during their academic session. But, these type of accommodation usually gets sold out pretty quick because of the convenience they provide to the students in terms of commutation.

However, there are many private accommodation options around Aston University as well, which not are not only within a few minutes of walking of the University but also provides abound freedom compared to the on-campus accommodation. Old fire station, Canalside, The Heights and Bentley house are among some of the most popular and finest private accommodations near Aston University.

Apart from these, if you have come for an Internship or a scholarship program and are looking for short term tenancy accommodation near Aston University. Well, do not worry, as there is some private student accommodation which provides short term housing options around Aston University.


The Aston University campus is spread across an area of 60 acres and is situated in Aston Street in the centre of the Birmingham City which is within a 5-10 minutes walking distance of the main shopping, entertainment and business areas of the city. The Birmingham New Street station is the nearest station to the Aston University and is within a mere 15 minutes walking distance. The station has direct lines to almost all the significant areas of the city, so the students studying at the University will not face any inconvenience while commuting from one place to another.

Student life

The university life of the students studying at Aston University is shopping centres, and much more. Since the University stands right in the heart of Birmingham City, filled with diverse cultures, countless opportunities, active nightlife, and great music scenes, the students have access to the main entertainment hub of the city. Thus, not only guaranteeing quality academics but also excellent student life in Birmingham.

If you are looking to unwind by enjoying a drink or two, just head out the Jekyll & Hyde, or if you are up for arcade games with your friends, you can visit the Matrix virtual reality, Escape reality or the Clue HQ.

Not much of a socialite? Well, it’s okay! Because you can always go to the famous Birmingham Cathedral, Birmingham museum and art gallery or the Birmingham conservatoire if you have a liking for old structural beauty and a curiosity for learning about the rich history of a place. 

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