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Alexandra House Hull
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26 mins by public transport to Central Hull
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Beverley Road Hull
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Beech Grove
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Brooklyn Terrace
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Lambton Street
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Student Accommodation in Hull

Finding student housing in Hull City has never been simpler; once you let Casita assist you in finding the best student housing in Hull, you'll have the ideal room for your college life in no time.

With the assistance of our team, Casita’s website will help you choose from various room types like en-suite rooms, single rooms, and flats.

Get to choose from our accommodation option with nearly ten different student housing distributed around the city with a small stroll to the most famous universities in Hull. What are you waiting for? Contact Casita now and start the most effortless booking process you will ever go through!

About Hull

The small Yorkshire city of Hull, also known as Kingston upon Hull, is more detailed than it would seem. In 2017, it was designated as the UK's Cultural Capital. Numerous internationally renowned universities are located in the city, which draws students from all over the world. East Yorkshire's port city of Hull is located in the Humber Estuary next to the well-known Humber Bridge. 100 miles separate it from Manchester, 200 miles separate it from Edinburgh and London, and an hour separates it from York and Leeds.

Hull is a popular student destination in the UK due to its academic excellence. The University of Hull is one of the best universities in Hull and collaborates with the University of York to run the Hull York Medical School. Hull College is another well-known educational institution offering further and higher education courses. ONCAMPUS Hull, Wyke Sixth Form College, and Hymers College are the city's top academic institutions.

Best Places to Live in Hull

There are numerous places that everyone desires to live in, but the Runnymede Way area of Kingswood and Anlaby Park are considered one of the most famous neighbourhoods in Hull.

Runnymede Way area of Kingswood

This neighbourhood is one of the quietest places in town and is also located in the middle part of the city so that it can be close to several amenities in Hull.

Anlaby Park

The area is flourishing with new eateries, parks, and open spaces for outdoor entertainment. This neighbourhood would be ideal for college students who want to live in a friendly area. You can check Washington street student accommodation on Casita’s website. You will find it meets your needs.

Cost of living

Students who want to study at one of Hull’s universities won't have much trouble living there. It costs approximately (£593.20) per month without paying rent.

Transportation in Hull

Hull’s robust transportation system makes getting anywhere you need to go simple. You can regularly travel by cruise line to locations in Europe and quickly reach the capital by taking one of the Hull trains. Anywhere in the UK can be reached using trains and buses at the Paragon Interchange. 

Student life in Hull

The United Kingdom is home to many incredible and well-known cities, but Kingston Upon Hull is located in the middle of the two on the east coast. Unknown to most, but offering a wide range of advantages that make people choose to call it home, it is one such city. Living in Hull is an ideal place to study in 2022.

Attractions in Hull 

There are dozens of attraction sites to keep you busy once you've figured out your way. The Deep is one of the world's most spectacular aquariums, home to thousands of fish and Gentoo penguins. It's a must-see for kids (and big kids, too).  Hull celebrates its maritime anniversary with two floating visitor attractions, which are well worth a visit. The Arctic Corsair is a former deep-sea trawler ship that has been converted into a museum devoted to the history of deep-sea fishing. The Spurn Lightship (permanently moored in Hull Marina) spent nearly 50 years using its powerful light to guide ships safely through the Humber estuary, and it now has its museum.

The Deep

The Deep is a public aquarium in Hull, England, located at Sammy's Point, at the confluence of the River Hull and the Humber Estuary. It first opened its doors in March 2002. The exhibits are billed as "the world's only submarium," featuring thousands of sea creatures (including seven species of shark).

The Arctic Corsair

The Arctic Corsair was built in 1960 as a deep-sea trawler and transformed into a museum ship in 1999. In Kingston upon Hull, England, it is currently sited at Alexandra Dock while a new permanent location in the city's Museums Quarter is being built.

Universities in Hull

University of Hull

  • All our student rooms are within a 10 to 20-minute ride by public transport.

  • Several bus stops are nearby for quick access to the campus.

  • A short ride will take you to Streetlife Museum and Queen Victoria Square.

Hull College

  • Casita’s accommodations are located near the university campus, with only walking few minutes needed to get to the university.

  • The accommodation is surrounded by vibrant places like Pizza di Roma and JD Gyms.

  • The Wilberforce Monument is one-minute ride away from the university. 

Nearby universities

Besides having facilities for student accommodation in Hull, Casita offers student accommodation in these UK cities as well: Leeds, Sheffield, Bradford, Derby, Manchester, Leicester, Newcastle

Frequently Asked Questions:

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When should I start looking for Hull student accommodation?


It is advised that you begin your search for student housing in Hull early, as it is better to get it done as soon as possible. Additionally, Casita can assist you with most steps, including the type of room, amenities offered, location, and proximity to your university.


2.

When should I book my accommodation for the September intake?


Securing student housing should be done six months before your intake. Between January and March, book your Hull student accommodation during this period.


3.

Are there short-term stays in Hull?


Yes, but you should double-check the availability of your preferred Hull student housing during your required duration. You can also ask a Casita accommodation expert to find lodging that accepts short-term stays.


4.

How much rent does a student pay for accommodation in Hull?


The weekly average cost of student housing in Hull, specifically a single room, is around £ (70 to 130). Depending on the provider, other room types, such as en-suite rooms or studios, may be more expensive.


5.

How do I pay for my student room in Hull?


Both your debit card and net banking can be used to make payments. We can help you with the entire payment process through our payment portal at Casita.

6.

Can I pay my student accommodation rent in instalments?


Rent can indeed be paid in instalments. Some providers, though, might insist that you have a UK guarantor. For more information on this subject, seek advice from Casita to help you.


7.

Are bills included in my rent?


It varies from one provider to another, as many student housing options in Hull include necessities like electricity, water, and gas in the rent. Some additionally offer Wi-Fi and insurance without charging extra. However, checking the listing pages or speaking with a housing specialist for specific rent inclusions is advised to check the listing pages or speak with a housing specialist for accurate rent inclusions.


8.

Can I get discounts for student accommodation in Hull?


Yes, students can get great deals and pay less rent in Hull if they make their reservations in advance. Creating a group reservation is another way to save money on rent. Other promotions are frequently available, so we advise you to check our website often for the most recent ones.


9.

What is a guarantor, and will I need one?


A guarantor is someone who agrees to pay your rent if you are unable to pay it by yourself and signs the rental agreement with you. A guarantor can be anyone, though they are usually family members. If you intend to study or live in Hull, you'll likely need to find a guarantor because most landlords in the UK demand one.


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How do I complete my booking?

Once you enquire on our website, one of our accommodation experts will contact you to proceed with the booking of your room of choice or offer you alternatives if the room is not available for your dates. To enquire, simply choose a room and click on the " Enquire" button, then fill out the enquiry form you see in front of you.


11.

What should I look for when booking Hull student accommodation?


It would help if you looked for student housing in Hull that offers all-inclusive bills, fully furnished options, accommodation close to your desired university, and student homes with the essential amenities you might require, such as Wi-Fi, secure parking, and on-site laundry facilities, among others.


12.

What are the best areas for students to live in Hull?


In Hull, there are numerous neighbourhoods and locations where students can set up while studying. The Runnymede Way of Kingswood and Anlaby Park are among the best areas of Hull to feel yourself at home.

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What are different accommodation types available for students in Hull?


Hull offers a variety of student housing options, including PBSAs (Purpose-Built Student Accommodation), private rentals, and co-living areas.

14.

What are the different available room types?


Hull offers a variety of room options for students, including single, double, triple, and en-suite rooms, private flats, apartments, and self-contained studios.

15.

Can I get a furnished student room in Hull?


You can quickly find fully-furnished rooms in Hull that are fitted with the necessities like a bed, a wardrobe, a study area with a desk and air, a bathroom, and a fully-functional kitchen by using Casita's services.

16.

Can I see the property before moving in?


Virtual tours of the property or online viewings via Skype or Zoom are available for almost all Hull student housing options, allowing you to tour your future home before moving in.

17.

What’s the best mode of transportation in Hull?


Hull has a robust transportation system that makes getting anywhere you need to go simple. You can regularly travel by cruise line to locations in Europe and quickly reach the capital by taking one of the Hull trains. Anywhere in the UK can be reached using trains and buses at the Paragon Interchange.

18.

What is dual occupancy student accommodation?


Dual occupancy typically refers to accommodations that are usually one- or two-bedroom homes, where additional guests are permitted to stay at the same price or a slightly higher fee.

19.

What anti-COVID measures are in place at student accommodations in Hull?


Most Hull student housing providers have recently increased their cleaning and sanitising efforts in student residences and common areas; some of these providers even provide free weekly cleanings. Contact your accommodation expert for more information on the COVID measures in place in your preferred building.

20.

Is it safe to rent private student accommodation?


Yes, all the providers are trustworthy, and Casita takes the proper measurements before contacting any of these providers and listing them on the website.

21.

Are the accommodations secure?


All of the buildings listed on our website are carefully and thoroughly secured. The safest and most reliable options for students are always those offering housing in Hull. Additionally, most service providers install CCTV cameras and 24-hour security systems inside the structure.

22.

Can only students book with Casita?


In Hull, mainly students can reserve rooms, but some housing does allow non-students to book rooms.

23.

Can my parents or guardian stay for the first few days when I arrive?


While some student housing options in Hull allow parents or guardians to stay the night, each student accommodation has its own guidelines for receiving guests. To obtain all the necessary information, we advise you to either check with the provider or get in touch with a lodging specialist.


24.

Can I stay with a friend at my student accommodation in Hull?


The specific accommodation you select and the provider are mainly responsible for this. You can typically rent an apartment with friends. However, you might have to pay a small fee to do so or rent a dual occupancy unit. But this point initially depends on the provider, so you must contact them first.

25.

What if I don’t like my accommodation after moving in?


At Casita, we make every effort to locate rooms that adhere to your priorities and preferences. Referring back to the provider is advised because cancellation policies differ from one provider to another if you don't like your accommodations because of unanticipated or unacceptable circumstances.

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