Mary Sturge Unite - Birmingham
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About Mary Sturge Unite
The neighbourhood has a few cinemas, historic, and artistic attractions, and Birmingham Museum is within easy reach as well. It's a few minutes from the centre of the city which makes it the ideal place to stay for Birmingham City University students. You get to make use of Aston University's facilities, which is 26 minutes away on foot, like the Tesco Express and the Sports Centre. Bull Ring shopping district is just 10 minutes walk away.
This student housing in Birmingham has en-suites so students can enjoy their privacy with their own bathroom yet benefit from having fun with their flatmates in the communal kitchen. Also, the building has a pool and ping pong tables in the communal area along with comfy sofas and study space. There is a laundry, secure bike storage, vending machine, and printing services on-site.
To ensure students are safe at all times, there's a secure access, fire system, on-site service team, CCTV, and maintenance support.
Your bills include electricity, heating, water, Wi-Fi (in your flat and in communal areas), and contents insurance.
It is a 35-minute ride via public transport to the University of Birmingham. You can easily reach Curzon Street station to travel around the city. This building's prime location within Aston Student Village, very close to Aston's Lake and Chancellor's Lake, makes it a students' gem!
Choose Your Room
An en-suite with a single bed, wardrobe, Wi-Fi-connected workspace, under-bed storage, and access to a shared fully-fitted kitchen.
An en-suite room featuring a small double bed, under-bed storage, large study area, Wi-Fi, and access to a fully-fitted kitchen with living area.
A spacious en-suite accessible room with a single bed, wardrobe, Wi-Fi-connected workspace, under-bed storage, and access to a shared fully-fitted kitchen.
£141 / week
Refer a friend and earn £200 credit for each friend.
International students can pay in 4 instalments for long-term bookings without a UK guarantor.
Please note that to complete bookings we require the following:
- The £250 Advance Rent as stated on the tenancy document (for the avoidance of doubt, no Advance Rent is required for bookings in Scotland).
- Payment details – International students can choose to pay via bank transfer or by card.
- The tenancy agreement needs to be agreed upon by both the student and the guarantor.
· No Visa No Pay: if a student’s visa application is rejected or if the UK university application is rejected, the student needs to send the rejection letter within 7 days of receiving it, and before the tenancy start date. The letter must include a date and the student’s name. In case this happened, this student will be released from their tenancy.
· Visa processing delay: If a student cannot get a visa on time to come to the UK and wishes to cancel their booking with Unite, but is unable to provide a proof that the visa cannot be issued: the student must contact us. These cases will be handled on a case by case basis.
· University / School intake delayed: if the start date of a course has been postponed to a later date, the student can provide evidence showing the new start date, then he/she might be able to delay the tenancy start date to suit the new start date of the course. The student will only be liable for the rent from this new start date.
· Travel Ban: if there is a travel ban either in the student’s country of origin or in the UK, preventing students from travelling as planned: students affected by the ban can contact us. The tenancy start date will be delayed until the end of the travel ban. The student will only be liable for the rent from this new start date.
· Early leave request: We are also aware that some students may want to leave the UK and return to their home country over the coming weeks. If a student decides to leave early, our early leave policy will be enforced. That means they will be liable to pay the remainder of their tenancy unless they can find someone to take it over for the remainder of the term.