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Student Accommodations in 
Manchester City Centre, Manchester

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Moss Ln E, Manchester
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CCTV
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On-site laundry
4 Room Options
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£201/week
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Great Western St, Manchester
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bills included
Onsite CCTV
3 Room Options
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£206/week
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River St, Manchester
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gym
cinema
study area
35 Room Options
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£269/week
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Hope Rd, Manchester
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bills included
laundry facility
Onsite Car Parking
9 Room Options
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£214/week
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Grafton St, Manchester
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gym
bills included
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6 Room Options
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£176/week
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Granby Row, Manchester
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gym
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game room
16 Room Options
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£226/week
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Anson Rd, Manchester
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bills included
outdoor area
8 Room Options
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£200/week
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Nobel Wy., Manchester
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gym
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8 Room Options
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Lower Chatham St, Manchester
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bills included
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game room
13 Room Options
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£172/week
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Jack Rosenthal St, Manchester
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gym
swimming pool
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2 Room Options
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£390/week
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

How can a student rent accommodation in Manchester City Centre?

Select, pay, and book. You will be provided free service throughout the entire process from our experienced team. You can contact us for any further queries and guidance and we'd be happy to assist you.

What is the cheapest rent I can pay in Manchester City Centre?

Moss Court offers the best accommodation for a reasonable price of £102/week while providing you with a decent range of facilities.

How much rent does a student pay for accommodation in Manchester City Centre?

Several factors decide student accommodation rent, and location is one of the essential aspects. The accommodation price here can range between £102/week to £327/ week.

How much money will I spend on bills?

This depends on the property you rent, but most of our student properties in Manchester City Centre have bills included, so you'll only have to pay the rent and nothing else. The bills include WiFi and other facilities such as a gym, gaming room, cinema room, and other shared spaces. For more information, get in touch with our team of experts.

Can I get discounts for student accommodation in Manchester City Centre?

Yes, students who book early often get good discounts and pay much less rent for their accommodation. You can also leverage the discounts and cashback from group bookings.

Can I stay with a friend at my student accommodation in Manchester City Centre?

Yes, you can share accommodation with your friends, but depending on the property, you may be imposed with a minimal extra charge. You can share an apartment or opt for dual occupancy studios. Living in groups might earn you a discount as well.

Can I get furnished student accommodation in Manchester City Centre?

Yes, all student accommodations are fully furnished.

What are different accommodation types available for students in Manchester City Centre?

3 major configurations classify our Student accommodation options:

Shared: A shared room is where two or more students can share a single room, washroom, kitchen, and other shared spaces.

En-suite/Private room: An en-suite is where you get a private bedroom and bathroom, whereas the kitchen and living areas are shared with others.

Studios: A studio is a self-contained unit with a bedroom, a kitchen, and a private washroom. Two students may book a single studio together, subject to the policies of the accommodation provider.

You can thus make an informed decision based on your interests. You can choose between shared and private apartments depending on your budget.

Can I view my student accommodation in Manchester City Centre before booking?

Yes. If you wish to schedule a viewing before booking a property, contact our booking experts, and we will arrange a virtual tour for you.

I am a working professional. Can I stay in student accommodation in Manchester City Centre?

If you are a student, you can live in the private halls. Accommodation options for working professionals are available here.

There are a few accommodation options for non-students which are subject to availability.

Student Accomodations in Manchester City Centre, Manchester

Student Accommodation in Manchester City Centre

Even though the universities offer residence halls in Manchester City Centre, these halls frequently fill up because so many students fly into this area. But the tedious task of finding off-campus student accommodation becomes easy with amber student. Amber tries to make this tedious task as easy and hassle-free as possible. Even though finding perfect student housing is time-consuming, it is not difficult. The city provides you with everything, from luxurious apartments to pocket-friendly housing options.

Moreover, the private housing alternatives include studios, shared apartments, suites, and non-en-suites, with all the utilities included in the rent. Manchester City Centre offers many student accommodation options Some amber-recommended student accommodation options are Westpoint Chester Road, 90 Princess Street,  Great Western, and Piccadilly Village.

About Manchester City Centre

The commercial hub of Manchester, in North West England, is called Manchester City Centre. On a sandstone bluff close to the junction of Medlock and Irwell rivers, the Roman fort of Mamucium's civilian vicus grew into Manchester city centre. The city centre ward had a population of 17,861 at the 2011 census. East of the city centre, near Canal Street, there is a gay village where the annual Gay Pride Festival is held. There is a huge Chinatown with many restaurants serving food from the Far East. This area also has two major theatres: the Manchester Opera House and the Palace Theatre. Many beautiful and famous galleries and museums, such as the Manchester Art Gallery and Manchester Museum of Science and Industry, reside in this city centre.

Best Student Accommodation in Manchester City Centre

Being in the heart of the city, Manchester city centre has a lot of accommodation options available for students to choose from. All these housing options are built to provide max comfort to students and make them feel at home away from home. Some of the recommended student accommodations are listed below.

  1. Salisbury House
  2. Little Lever Street
  3. Artillery House
  4. King Street
  5. Academy Apartments
  6. 115 Princess Street
  7. Duke Street
  8. One Cross Street

Cost of Living in Manchester City Centre

Living away from your home can increase your bills significantly. However, you may prevent burning holes in your pocket by properly budgeting and planning your student expenses. Here is a list of expenses you will encounter while budgeting your finances.


1. Food: £70-£120/week

2. Gas and electricity: £40-£60/week

3. Internet & mobile phone: £20-£40/week

4. Dinner at a restaurant: £30-£120/week

5. Laundry: £15-£30/week

6. Stationery and Textbooks: £10-£30/week

7. Clothing: £40-£75/month

8. Travel (buses, trams, and trains): £50-£120/month

Student Travel in Manchester City Centre

Public transport in England is one of the world's most efficient and smartly connected transportation systems. The Area is very smartly connected to every central transportation system. Students can use railways, MetroLink, and buses.

1: Trains

Piccadilly, Victoria, Oxford Road, and Deansgate are the four train stations in Manchester City Center that make up the Manchester station group. The trains are very well connected to the nearby cities, so it becomes easy for students to travel intercity.

2: Bus

This city's bus system operates around the clock, with more than 100 buses zipping up and down the metropolis. From the City Center, students can board buses that link to all of England's national routes.

3: Metrolink

Metrolink is the light rail tram service in Central Manchester. The Manchester Metrolink, which connects this city to TramLink, is extensive. Again, travelling on this mode of public transport will help students save a lot of money. 

Student Lifestyle and living in Manchester City Centre

Everyone is welcome in Manchester. You will find a bit of everything here, from nights out at vibrant clubs and bars to thrifting around the Northern Quarter. The city and this area are so diverse that students are guaranteed to fit in somewhere. Manchester has always played a vital role in music history. Students can visit high-end places such as Spinningfields and 20 Stories. YES bar is a pocket-friendly bar with a very lively vibe. The museums in Manchester are free of cost for people who love to explore the culture and history of a city. With street markets and unique cafés springing up all over the city and plenty of student discounts available, you may explore Manchester's various cuisines. When it comes to nightlife, concerts, restaurants, shopping, and culture, Manchester is a student's paradise.

Manchester City Centre Tourist attractions

One of the best perks of moving out to a new place is that you get a chance to explore new places, visit famous tourist attractions, and explore the local shops and cafes. Being the heart of the city, this area has a lot of places in and around. Some of the must-see attractions and places are listed below.

  1. Manchester Art Gallery
  2. Science and Industry Museum
  3. National Football Museum
  4. Etihad Stadium
  5. Manchester Central Library
  6. Fletcher Moss Park
  7. Old Trafford
  8. Piccadilly Gardens

Universities in Manchester City Centre

There are many renowned universities in and around the heart of this city. Some of them are listed below.


1.The University of Manchester

2.University of Salford

3.Manchester Metropolitan University

4.The University of Law- Manchester

5.The Manchester College

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