Student Housing in England

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England is one of the four major countries that form the United Kingdom. It's connected with land borders, with Wales to the west and Scotland to the north. England has the beautiful North Sea to the east and the English Channel to the south. The country occupies five-eighths of Great Britains island, which lies in the North Atlantic, and includes hundreds of smaller islands, the Isles of Scilly and the Isle of Wight. England is the largest country of British Isles.


Among the cities in England, Egham, York, Bath, Derby, and Poole are some of the most economical choices for an international student. At the same time, cities like London, Cambridge, Manchester, Oxford, and Leicester home some of the best universities & student accommodations worldwide.


Talking about major universities, England homes many of the worlds top-ranked universities- University College London, University of Cambridge, University of Manchester, University of Oxford, and De Montfort University, to name a few. Graduating from a British University almost guarantees a prosperous future ahead.

England is the second most popular study institution worldwide. 


As of 2017/18, according to official international enrolment statistics, 258,520 international students were attending university in England. As of 2017/18, international enrolment at England's universities increased by 3.6% compared to the previous year.

New enrollees share 54% (247,685) of the total international students in England.


The housing may be a bit of a tricky affair, but AmberStudents help students finding housing facilities with great ease. AmberStudent is a One-click student accommodation platform that provides free assistance to students. We provide 100% FREE accommodation to students. When you book your student accommodation with us, you'll be provided with a booking executive. We even have 24/7 support for round-the-clock assistance. 

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