The John Bell House student residence in Belfast is less than 15 minutes away from the University of Ulster and Queen University. It is less than 5 minutes away from the Belfast Met Millfield Campus, and 10 minutes by bus to the Titanic Quarter Campus. It is also a 10-minute stroll from Great Victoria Street station and Ulster Hall is approximately 15 minutes away.
Great Patrick Street student home in Belfast is 20 minutes bus ride to Queen's University and 30 minutes' to Ulster University's Jordanstown Campus. It is close to River Lagan and right next Buoy Park in which you can easily walk around and exercise in the morning. Living here you will be 10 minutes away from Belfast's city centre with all its shops, restaurants and cafes.
Swanston House Belfast student residence is 20 minutes walk from Queen's University and 30 minutes bus ride from Ulster University's Jordanstown Campus. It is directly in the middle of the city centre. Living here you will be a couple of blocks away from Great Victoria station. You will also find various entertainment venus within a walking distance from the property.
Belfast is the capital city of Northern Ireland. It lies on the banks of the River Lagan and is famous among tourists and students alike. It started out as a market town and rapidly developed into an industrial hub, as well as a centre of arts, business, law, and higher education. Belfast's population is just over 300 thousand, which makes it second to the capital of Ireland, Dublin.
You will be living within a vibrant student community in Belfast, which has the highest number of international students in the UK. Ulster Universityhas a great location within the city centre's Cathedral Quarter. It is well-known among art students, hosting a range of fashion shows and art exhibitions. Furthermore, Queen's University Belfastis rated among the world's top 200 universities. It is known for its world-class science and medical programs.
There are a lot of free activities in Belfast to consider. Full-time students can enter theLinen Hall Libraryfor free. The spacious Botanic Gardens are free to enter as well; they have glasshouses with all types of plants, tropical and otherwise. Ulster Museum has everything you might wish to see; you can see an Egyptian mummy or a dinosaur if you are interested in Geology. It also has vintage jewellery, furniture, costumes, and textile collections.
Belfast is heavily dependent on cars, but that doesn’t mean there are no other means of transportation. The company that handles the main transportation methods in Belfast is called Translink. The website has a complete timetable with maps to all metro and bus lines. If you are an avid cycler, you can rent bikes fromNextBike in Belfast and cycle around the city centre. There are over 30 bike docking stations in the city centre alone. On the other hand, if you prefer walking, there are useful maps of the city here. Belfast surely has something for everyone, and definitely has something for you.