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Student Living

Living in halls is a great way for your son or daughter to be amongst the fun and make new friends to share some great experiences with.

We understand that it’s a big step to go to a new city for their time at university. But with so many student accommodation options available, it’s straightforward. Whether they're looking to socialise and meet new friends or prefer a quieter environment - we have something to suit them.

Everyone is welcome in our accommodation, from new and returning students, to undergraduates and postgraduates, both from the UK and around the world. Our accommodation also features full recycling and re-use schemes and there is a wide range of accessible housing for those who require it.

I really love living in Newcastle, it's such a friendly place to be

Over the last ten years we have invested £200 million in facilities, creating real-world work environments on our City and Coach Lane campuses to enhance your child's learning experience. In the next two years a further £52 million is being spent to build an even better Northumbria to transform the student experience.


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