This brand new Glasgow student accommodation, close to the University of Strathclyde, is located in an enviable location on the North Bank of the River Clyde, in the heart of Glasgow’s shopping area. The property enjoys a picturesque setting and panoramic river views. Riverside is located within easy reach of Central Station and St Enoch Underground, making it an ideal base to explore the city and within easy reach of the university. The beautiful Glasgow Green is a short walk away, and the shops, bars and restaurants of central Glasgow are on the doorstep. A quick 14 minutes on the subway and you'll be at the University of Glasgow.
The friendly on-site student accommodation team are available to help with any questions, take deliveries and offer peace of mind. The building also has a CCTV monitoring system for added security.
All studios will have a large, comfortable bed, en-suite shower room, kitchen, high speed internet access and generous storage. There’s also an on-site laundry, and all bills are included for ease.
ANUK accreditation will apply to Riverside when the property opens in September 2018, if you have any further questions on the ANUK accreditation please contact us on the details below.
Glasgow is a city with a rich industrial heritage but with its feet firmly in the present day, offering a diverse array of culture, history, entertainment, retail and sport.
Glasgow is a cultural hub, which is understandably home to Scotland’s biggest arts organisations such as the Scottish Ballet, Scottish Opera, National Theatre National Orchestra, as well as a choice of music venues, museums, theatres and a passion for sports.
Whether indulging in local Scottish fare, fusion cuisine or sampling recipes from around the world, Glasgow offers plenty of choice when eating out and at prices more competitive than other UK cities. Check out Byres Road, a popular spot for students who like to eat well on a budget.
Few cities can rival Glasgow’s passion for sports, including the notorious rivalry between Celtic and Rangers football clubs. The first ever international football match took place in Glasgow and Celtic was the first British team to win the European Cup.
The comprehensive public transport system makes getting around the city easy, in addition to the extensive bus system, the subway system, opened in 1896, it is the third-oldest underground metro system in the world and makes getting from A to B fast and convenient. For when you want to travel home for the weekend or for the holidays, the city has two train stations, Central Station and Queen Street Station.
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