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Student Accommodations near 
Middlesbrough College, Middlesbrough

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Woodlands Rd, Middlesbrough
1.0 mi from University
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19m )
wifi
bills included
laundry facility
1 Room Option
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3 Offers
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£90/week
Mandale Rd, Stockton-on-Tees
3.7 mi from University
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34m )
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4 Room Options
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£125/week
Portman St, Middlesbrough
1.2 mi from University
( 27m
11m
27m )
study area
high-speed internet
spacious lounge
2 Room Options
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£90/week
Victoria Rd, Middlesbrough
1.2 mi from University
( 24m
7m
26m )
Parking
bills included
4 Room Options
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£90/week
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Marton Rd, Middlesbrough
0.9 mi from University
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15m )
Parking
bills included
6 Room Options
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£90/week
Kildare St, Middlesbrough
1.6 mi from University
( 35m
10m
30m )
Parking
bills included
3 Room Options
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£90/week
Gresham Rd, Middlesbrough
1.3 mi from University
( 29m
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29m )
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lounge
bills included
5 Room Options
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£90/week
Woodlands Rd, Middlesbrough
1.0 mi from University
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22m )
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Pelham St, Middlesbrough
1.0 mi from University
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22m )
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bills included
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Portman St, Middlesbrough
1.1 mi from University
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25m )
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high-speed internet
spacious lounge
3 Room Options
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When should you start looking for off-campus student accommodation near Middlesbrough College?

It's beneficial to start your hunt for off-campus student accommodation near Middlesbrough College early. Amber will help you with the paperwork about the place, the amenities provided and the location and proximity to your university. Thorough research is essential to ensure the smooth booking of student accommodation near Middlesbrough College.

Which is the best dorm near Middlesbrough College?

Mandale Terrace, Stockton-on-Tees is the best accommodation near Middlesbrough College which provides you with excellent amenities and facilities. 

What should I look for while booking student accommodation near Middlesbrough College?

Consider the following things while looking at the off-campus student accommodation near Middlesbrough College.

The number of people you want to live with

Housing-catered or self-catered

Ensuite or studio

Single or double bed

Room size

Budget

Off-campus accommodation

Any additional facilities

How can the off-campus student accommodation near Middlesbrough College be rented?

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What are the accommodation types available for students near Middlesbrough College?

Three major configurations classify our amber student housing 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.

Which is the best student accommodation near Middlesbrough College?

Mandale Terrace is the best student accommodation near Middlesbrough College,  providing excellent amenities and facilities.

Which off-campus student housing is closest to Middlesbrough College?

The nearest Middlesbrough College student housing is Kexgill House. It offers accommodation at a minimum price of £99/week. To browse more options, click here.

When should you book your student accommodation near Middlesbrough College for the September intake?

Most of these university accommodations start their intake in February, but they will let you book rooms at the last moment if they have student rooms available. But booking earlier will be the best bargain because there is every chance that the prices may hike depending upon availability. For booking student accommodations, click here.

How do I pay for my student accommodation near Middlesbrough College?

Multiple payment options are available. You can pay via net banking or your debit card. We also have our payment portal, where we can help you with the procedure.Yes, students who book earlier often earn generous discounts and pay much less rent for their hostel room. You can also leverage the discounts and cashback from group bookings.

Can I get discounts for student accommodation near Middlesbrough College?

Yes, students who book earlier often earn generous discounts and pay much less rent for their hostel room. You can also leverage the discounts and cashback from group bookings.

Can I stay with my friends at Middlesbrough College’s on-campus accommodation?

Yes, you can share your university accommodation with your friends, but the rules vary from University to University. We suggest you consult the concerned authorities before you decide to move in.

Before booking, can I view the student accommodation near Middlesbrough College?

Yes. If you want to plan a site check before booking your student accommodation near Middlesbrough College, contact our booking experts, and we will arrange a virtual tour for you. You can contact us for further queries and guidance, and we'll be happy to assist you.

Is staying in Middlesbrough College’s student accommodations compulsory?

No, it is optional to stay in the university hostel. You can choose to stay in any student accommodation near Middlesbrough College.

Student Accomodations in Middlesbrough College, Middlesbrough

Student Accommodation Near Middlesbrough College

Middlesbrough College lies in the centre of Middlesbrough, England. Hence, finding student accommodation near Middlesbrough College will be an easy task. Thousands of students flock to Middlesbrough to pursue their dreams and careers. Numerous student housing options are scattered across the city. Some of the most popular options include affordable resident halls, studio flats, student dorms, shared rooms, and moderately priced single homes (PBSA), which provide students with fantastic amenities for enrolled students. These places are much closer to the universities and have less maintenance cost, making them quite difficult to vacant.

There are numerous student lodgings surrounding Middlesbrough College; amber offers a choice of well-known residences, ranging from modest en-suites to student apartments, which provide enrolled students with luxurious student housing and necessary amenities. But don't be alarmed. Other student housing options around Middlesbrough College are reasonably priced and designed to give students equivalent service. Mandale Terrace and Kexgill House are popular student housing options near Middlesbrough College.

About Middlesbrough College

Middlesbrough College is a leading research and educational university located in Middlehaven, Middlesbrough, and it is the largest college in Teesside. It mainly provides further education but also provides selected higher education provisions. Until 2008,  the university existed in four separate sites across the town: Marton, Acklam, Kirby, and Longlands. It relocated to Middehaven as a part of the Tees Valley Regeneration's major redevelopment project. Middlesbrough College was formed on August 1, 1995, by the merger of Kirby College of Further Education and Acklam Sixth Form College, while Teesside Tertiary College was formed on August 1, 1995, by the merging of Longlands College of Further Education and Marton Sixth Form College.


On August 1, 2002, Middlesbrough College merged with Teesside Tertiary College, and once the merger was complete, plans to relocate to a new site were initiated. On February 12, 2009, Middlesbrough College relocated to its new Middlehaven campus. Ben Everson, Bob Mortimer, Pete Firman, and Preeti Desai are among the notable alumni. Middlesbrough College offers a variety of courses, such as business economics, accounting, and sports science. Middlesbrough College has been ranked as one of the top universities in England for the quality of research outputs and relevant courses. It is among the leading universities in the country and internationally.

Best Student Accommodations Near Middlesbrough College

Student accommodation options near Middlesbrough College give all the amenities that any student would require, such as laundry, a gym, unlimited WiFi, a courtyard, storage space, and more. All student housing options are meticulously built with the student's needs and desires in mind and are conveniently placed near convenience stores and universities. The following is a list of popular student housing alternatives near Middlesbrough College.

  1. Student Houses, Middlesbrough
  2. Mandale Terrace, Stockton
  3. 107 Granville Road TS1 3PQ, Middlesbrough
  4. 117 Victoria Road TS1 3HX, Middlesbrough
  5. 65 Haddon Street TS1 3JH, Middlesbrough
  6. 135 Glebe Road TS1 3EW, Middlesbrough
  7. 182 Victoria Road TS1 3HR, Middlesbrough
  8. 181 Victoria Road TS1 3HP, Middlesbrough
  9. 24 Lonsdale Street TS1 4JY, Middlesbrough

Cost of Living

Middlesbrough is neither affordable nor costly, but with careful preparation and budgeting, one can certainly manage and live comfortably while maintaining a busy university life. The following is a breakdown of your daily expenses as a city student. Remember, these are just estimates, and actual prices may vary.

  1. Grocery: £10- £20/week
  2. Transportation: £3-£5/week
  3. Sports and leisure: £20-£30/month
  4. Shopping: £30-£50/month
  5. Stationary: £20-£30/month

Student Travel Near Middlesbrough College

Middlesbrough College student accommodations are all easily accessible to the city's transportation centres. Middlesbrough College is easily accessible by train and bus. In England, students aged between 16 and 25 can apply for an M-card from Metro. You can use this card to travel on various buses and trains in Middlesbrough and surrounding cities without having to purchase multiple tickets.

  1. Bus - Arriva North East and Stagecoach provide the majority of bus services. The bus terminal is on Newport Road in the heart of town. Students can visit locations throughout Middlesbrough. Buses connect the city to the Tees Valley and the surrounding area, which includes Stockton, Hartlepool, Durham, Newcastle, and Scarborough. They also provide free student transportation.
  2. Train - The railway station in Middlesbrough is the fourth busiest in the North East England region. It is the northern terminus of the Esk Valley line, the southern terminus of the Durham Coast line, and it is on the Tees Valley line. The station is served by three railway companies: LNER, Northern, and Whitby. Middlesbrough also has Nunthorpe, Gypsy Lane, Marton, and James Cook stations.
  3. Cycling - The Middlesbrough Council has long promoted cycling. Middlesbrough now boasts an ever-expanding bicycle network with over 89km of cycle-friendly infrastructure. The city also has a number of amenities that meet cyclists' needs.

Student Life At Middlesbrough College

You can expect nothing less than a fantastic student life when you join Middlesbrough College. There are multiple clubs and societies to join during your studies, like the LGBTQ society, the college radio, the environment society, the spiritual society, the debating society, the gaming club and much more. All higher education students have a chance to join the Student Council. Students will also be able to avail discounts at retailers, entertainment venues and restaurants when they purchase a Totum card. The institution also has a student executive team which takes the lead in specific events and activities, roles in this team include mental health ambassadors, equality and diversity ambassadors, and peer mentors. They also have a sports enrichment program that helps students challenge themselves or get fit. The program provides various activities ranging from horse riding to surfing.

Middlesbrough is a rapidly expanding city with something or the other constantly every day as people celebrate and liven up the city. The local music culture thrives thanks to venues such as the historic Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art and Teesside Crown Court. You can learn more about the city's culture by visiting several art galleries and museums throughout the city. To put it simply, Middlesbrough and food are longstanding lovers who have a good marriage. There are an infinite number of cuisines and beverages to try. Among the best places to eat and dine are the Cauldron Bistro, Macro Based Diner, Fellini's, and Al Forno Restaurant Middlesbrough, among many others. Albert Park, Stewart Park, and Centre Square are a few parks in Middlesbrough where students can get fresh air and unwind after a long day at college.

Tourist Attractions Near Middlesbrough College

Students living near Middlesbrough College can easily use public transportation and visit Middlesbrough's many must-see tourist attractions on their days off from college. Here is a list of a few popular tourist attractions in Middlesbrough.

  1. Stewart Park
  2. Dorman Museum
  3. Riverside Stadium
  4. National Trust - Ormesby Hall
  5. Orange Pip Market

Courses At Middlesbrough College

Middlesbrough College offers students a variety of courses to choose from, which are organised into programmes. Middlesbrough College offers the following programmes.

  1. Business
  2. Catering and Hospitality
  3. Construction
  4. Creative Arts
  5. Education
  6. Engineering
  7. Fashion Retail
  8. Game Design
  9. Media
  10. Travel, Tourism and Aviation
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