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Student Accommodation Southampton

Homes for Students have a great selection of student accommodation in Southampton, which are modern, contemporary and suit a range of budgets and living requirements, and which benefit from being close to both The University of Southampton and Southampton Solent University. Ideally situated, it is also straightforward to explore the ‘jewel of the South Coast’ on foot, in the car or via the local transport links.

Southampton is revered for its stunning scenery and thriving nightlife, so it has never been more important to live on the doorstep of the best that this city has to offer. Better yet, the city has excellent transport links to London, making it the perfect base for both UK and International students looking to explore all the country has to offer.

Student Living in Southampton

More than 30,000 students live in Southampton, making it the perfect choice to make new friends and meet like-minded academics. It is one of Britain’s top-five cities for economic growth, with the new £70 million WestQuay leisure complex forming part of a £1.6 billion investment. Luxury shops, entertainment venues, restaurants and cafes feature at WestQuay, where NUS Cards can be used for countless discounts.

Water is obviously a significant part of this port city’s identity, so you might want to check out SeaCity Museum, First Class Sailing and Red Funnel Ferries. Tudor House and Garden delivers both history and beauty, while Southampton City Art Gallery is a cultural delight. Beaulieu, meanwhile, home to the National Motor Museum and so much more, is the perfect day out for all the family if your loved ones are visiting you in your student surroundings.

The city comes alive at night, with a wide range and diverse selection of venues from which to choose, from cocktails and gin to craft beers and live music. If clubbing is on the agenda, Oceana is regarded as one of the leading lights in the city.

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