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Map PinAlbert Court, 211 London Road, Liverpool, L3 8JD
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Map Pin21 mins by public transport to Central Liverpool
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54 reviews
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£111/week

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Cedar House Unite
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Map Pin1A Cambridge Street, Liverpool, L7 7JG
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Map Pin22 mins by public transport to Central Liverpool
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£126/week

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Map Pin7 Lower Gill Street Liverpool L3 5BB United Kingdom
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Map Pin19 mins by public transport to Central Liverpool
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Map Pin190 Erskine Street, Liverpool, L6 1AH
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Map Pin22 mins by public transport to Central Liverpool
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Map Pin109 Cambridge Court, Liverpool, L7 7AG
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Map Pin21 mins by public transport to Central Liverpool
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£109/week

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Map PinUpper Duke Street, Liverpool, L1 7BT
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Map Pin23 mins by public transport to Central Liverpool
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£115/week

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Map PinCambridge Court, L7 7JB
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Map Pin22 mins by public transport to Central Liverpool
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£116/week

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Map PinCambridge Court, Arrad Street, L7 7JE
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Map Pin20 mins by public transport to Central Liverpool
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£119/week

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Map PinSkelhorne Street, Liverpool, L3 5GA
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Map Pin12 mins by public transport, 17 mins walk to Central Liverpool
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£119/week

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Map Pin29 Hatton Garden, L3 2EZ
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Map Pin6 mins walk to Central Liverpool
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£122/week

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Map Pin26 mins by public transport to Central Liverpool
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Student Accommodation in Liverpool, UK

Finding student accommodation in Liverpool might seem challenging with the number of students flocking to the city each year. However, with our team of accommodation experts, you don’t have to stress about finding Liverpool student accommodation that suits your needs; contact us, and we’ll snag you a room before it’s too late. 

Casita has several student housing in Liverpool for you. Our available Liverpool luxury student homes, like Lennon Studios Unite, Windsor Court, Atlantic Point, Arrad House, and Waterfront, come in all shapes and sizes. This includes single, double, triple, and en-suite rooms, apartments, private flats, and self-contained student studios in Liverpool. Almost all of Casita’s Liverpool student houses are fitted with helpful amenities and features, including Wi-Fi, laundry, bike storage, lounges, cinema rooms, etc. 

About Liverpool

Liverpool is a major city in the United Kingdom that has a reputation for being a beloved tourist destination and a city of music. The city is renowned for being the birthplace of a number of legendary musicians, most famously the Beatles, and home to the major football team in the Premier League, Liverpool. 

The iconic city celebrated its 800th anniversary back in 2007 and has earned the title of European Capital of Culture multiple times, an achievement that truly speaks for the rich culture of Liverpool. With an abundance of historical, cultural, and student-friendly attractions, as well as a respectable number of world-renowned and top-ranked universities and higher education institutions, Liverpool has proven itself to be an ideal travel and study destination and a great place to book student accommodation in Liverpool, UK.

Facts About Liverpool

Liverpool is a very interesting city with so many things to offer that fit everyone’s different tastes and interests. When learning all the different facts about Liverpool, here are a few things you should know: Liverpool is a UNESCO World Heritage site declared in 2004. 

The city is also a European city of culture and has been named several times in its history. Liverpool has the most museums in the city after London, and it is home to over 2,500 listed buildings and the first air-conditioned building. Additionally, Liverpool has the most number-one hit singles!


Best Places to Live in Liverpool

There are several areas and neighbourhoods in the city for students to call home during their study period there. Several student-friendly neighbourhoods are ideal for booking student accommodation in Liverpool close to your university of choice. The best places to live and book student studio apartments in Liverpool include the Liverpool City Centre, Crosby, and Merseyside.

Here are some of the best areas for Liverpool student halls:

Liverpool City Centre

This neighbourhood is most popular with students and young professionals. Being the literal heart of the city, this neighbourhood gives its residents easy access to almost everything they need, from grocery stores and restaurants to theatres and museums.


Crosby

If you want an all-inclusive experience, then Crosby is the neighbourhood for you. It is located just a 20-minute train ride away from the city centre, with a fantastic beach boasting views of Liverpool Docks.


Merseyside

This is a metropolitan area in the city where a number of the city’s universities, including Liverpool John Moores University, are available.


Liverpool Student Housing

Casita has several options for Liverpool student apartments for students to choose from. These options are fully furnished and come with all the necessary amenities that help students have a better stay. The location of most of the following buildings is close to the city’s universities and institutions. Here are some of the top options for Liverpool student housing offered by Casita!

1. St Luke’s View Unite

This is one of the Liverpool student houses that offer a variety of room options for students to choose from. Room types at St Luke’s View Unite include a bed, a kitchen, a bathroom, a bedside table, a desk and a chair, curtains, under-bed storage, and a wardrobe. Liverpool John Moores University is a two-minute walk from this Liverpool student accommodation. Some of the amenities there include laundry, security, a common area, an outdoor social space, and a communal study space.


2. Moorfield

This Liverpool student housing has a variety of rooms for students to choose from that include a ¾ bed with under-bed storage, a wardrobe, a full-length mirror, curtains, a TV, and a study area with a desk and a chair. This is one of the student houses Liverpool that is ideally located among the city’s several universities and institutions.


3. Albert Court

This Liverpool student accommodation’s rooms come with a comfy double bed, a study area with a desk and chair, and many storage spaces. The building’s features and services include 24/7 security, all bills included, a free gym, and free events. Other amenities offered by Albert Court include disability-accessible rooms, content insurance, free Wi-Fi, and a common room.


4. Cedar House Unite

This Liverpool student housing features various room options for students to pick and choose from. All rooms at Cedar House Unite come with a bed with under-bed storage and a bedside table, a wardrobe, a study area with a desk and a chair, and a private en-suite bathroom. Both the University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University are within an 8-minute walking distance from this student accommodation in Liverpool, which also has several amenities like Wi-Fi, bike storage, on-site laundry facilities, and security.


Cost of Living in Liverpool

The city of Liverpool is considered a relatively affordable city for international students. Once you’ve secured good and affordable Liverpool student housing with Casita, you’re estimated to spend around £712.28 per month, which includes transportation, food, groceries, and other necessities but excludes accommodation. Here is a comprehensive breakdown of the detailed cost of living in Liverpool for you to keep in mind when setting a budget!


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Monthly Cost (GBP)

On-Campus Accommodation 

280

Off-Campus Accommodation

315

Utilities 

160

Transportation 

55

Groceries

60

Meals (Around 60)

350

Entertainment 

50

Clothes

40




Transport in Liverpool

It’s easy, affordable, and convenient to get around the city of Liverpool. Transportation in the city is quite available in all versions, including buses, trains, and ferries. Merseytravel is a combined authority website where you can learn everything about transportation lines in the city.

Rail Transport: Merseyrail trains frequently run throughout the day across around 70 different stations in and around the Liverpool area. There are four city centre underground stations: Lime Street lower level, Liverpool Central, Moorfields, and James Street.

Bike Transport: The city has a compact city centre, so it is easy to get around by bike. There’s cycle parking near most venues, which is shown on the Liverpool Cycle Map. 

The CityBike bicycle rental scheme is also available in the city centre. You can sign up, collect, and drop off a bike from any one of the several avail 3wable street stations. Bike & Go also allows you to hire a bike from participating train stations for a daily fixed rental charge; take it anywhere you like and keep it for the whole day.

Bus Transport: Bus travel in and around the city is a green, convenient, and cost-effective way to explore and wander around the city. The bus network is managed by Merseytravel as well, with two main city centre bus terminals, Liverpool ONE and Queen Square, complete with helpful staff who can provide personal travel advice. Almost all buses are fully accessible, with different ticket options available to ensure the best value for travel.


International Students in Liverpool

Liverpool is a famous student city whose average student population is a mixed bag of both local and international students. International students often choose Liverpool as their study destination, and they’re right about that! This is mainly due to the high quality of education offered at Liverpool’s various institutions, the vibrant student life in the city, and the multiple options for student accommodation Liverpool that students can take their pick from. Here is a quick rundown of local as well as international students in Liverpool and their home countries. 

Country 

Number of International Students in 2019-2020

Number of International Students in 2020-2021

United Kingdom

49,595

53,615

China 

6,120

4,325

Kuwait

370

340

India

345

685

Saudi Arabia

330

375

Qatar

295

285

Malaysia

265

210

Oman

240

235

Ireland

230

255

Italy

170

175




Those are the top ten countries whose students choose Liverpool as their educational destination. Some international students from countries like the United States of America, Nigeria, Hong Kong, Spain, and the United Arab Emirates also consider Liverpool a worthy place to kick off their study abroad journey. The quality of education in the city as well as its student life and the abundance of options for student flats in Liverpool prompt more and more international students to study in the city.


Living in Liverpool

The city has an abundance of cultural and entertainment activities, along with a long list of shopping centres, movie theatres, industrial neighbourhoods like the Baltic Triangle, restaurants, and anything else a university student would be looking for. When friends and family come to visit, you will never run out of things to do in Liverpool. It is a fantastic city to live and study in. That’s why it attracts thousands of students every year. Not only is Liverpool ideal for students because of its academic options, range of activities and events, rich history, and sports scene, but it’s also one of the most affordable cities in the UK.


Events in Liverpool

Several events and festivals take place in Liverpool throughout the year. These feature everything from history and culture to art and entertainment and everything in between. Here are some of the events in Liverpool that we think you should check out!

  1. Reminisce Festival - September

This is one of the most feel-good music festivals in the country, with a uniquely interesting lineup of some of the biggest names in the music industry, so attendees can enjoy themselves at the event. 

  1. Baltic Weekender - May/June

This Liverpool music festival takes over the Baltic Triangle with a mega lineup of house, techno, grime, bass music, and everything in between, with a variety of headliners combined with the finest local selectors.

  1. Liverpool Arab Arts Festival - July 

This is one of the events in Liverpool that celebrates different cultures. The festival brings leading Arab performances for a packed programme of music performances, exhibitions, dance works, theatre, and family activities in several venues across Liverpool.


Attractions in Liverpool

As the city of music, Liverpool has plenty to offer; it combines everything from history and culture to art and architecture in an effortless way that attracts visitors from all over. Of the city’s various landmarks and destinations, here are some of the must-visit attractions in Liverpool that make booking Liverpool student accommodation worth it and that we think you should check out!


1. Albert Dock

This city dock, which was used for two centuries as an international trading hub, is a renowned Liverpool attraction. The port highlights one of the city’s most important roles during the 18th century. It’s a known symbol of the city that is also surrounded by several cafes, restaurants, and waterside attractions and activities.


2. Walker Art Gallery

The Walker Art Gallery is an art gallery in Liverpool that houses one of the largest art collections in England outside of London. This is an ideal place for art fans to enjoy varying pieces of artwork from different places across the country.


3. The Beatles Story

This interactive, award-winning museum showcases the story of The Beatles and their members. This Liverpool attraction is great for music fans and avid supporters of the band and their world-famous music.


4. Victory Gallery and Museum

This city attraction is part of the University of Liverpool. You can discover historical and contemporary art from the vast collections available there and explore the university’s heritage collections of scientific, medical, and natural history.


5. Museum of Liverpool

The Museum of Liverpool celebrates the city's unique geography, history, and culture using various displays showcasing the port and its people. Collections at this Liverpool museum include period costumes and decorative art, as well as objects representing the city's social and urban history, along with oral testimonies, archaeological material, and photos.


Universities in Liverpool

As a continuously growing student city, Liverpool boasts a number of top-ranked universities and world-renowned learning institutions whose high quality of education attracts both local and international students. Casita offers options for student housing in Liverpool near the city’s universities and institutions; check them out below and find your ideal Liverpool student accommodation!


University of Liverpool

  • We have 45 University of Liverpool student housing options that are within walking distance from the university or a short ride away by public transport.

  • Metropolitan Cathedral bus stations are right next to the campus.

  • The stunning Liverpool Waterfront is only a 20-minute walk from campus.


Liverpool Hope University

  • We have multiple options for student housing in Liverpool near Liverpool Hope University, approx. 20 to 30-minute ride by public transport.

  • There are five bus stations surrounding the campus for easy access.

  • You can stop by Strawberry Fields, just a 20-minute walk from campus.


Liverpool John Moores University

  • We have several options for Liverpool student houses right on the university’s doorstep, meaning you’ll never be late for classes.

  • The university is surrounded by transport links as well as restaurants and cafes so you can grab a quick bite and coffee between classes.

  • The iconic Liverpool Beatles Museum is just a 15-minute walk from campus.

Frequently Asked Questions:

Check out these answers to common questions and go to Help Centre for more details.

When is the ideal time to look for Liverpool student accommodation?


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It's important to start your hunt for student accommodation in Liverpool as early as possible. While Casita is there to help you with most of the steps; the room type, the amenities provided, the location, and proximity to your university, thorough research is still an essential step to ensure a smooth booking process.


When is the best time to book accommodation for the September intake?


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If you are selected for the September intake, you may begin your search for Liverpool student residence between January and March or preferably around six months before your intake.


Are short-term stays an available option in Liverpool?

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Some providers offer short-term stays in Liverpool. Checking the availability of your student accommodation of choice during your desired period is recommended. You can also refer to a Casita accommodation expert to help you find Liverpool student accommodation that accepts short-term stays.


On average, how much is student accommodation in Liverpool?

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The average weekly cost for Liverpool student accommodation, specifically a single room, is around £110. Other room types like en-suite rooms or studios may cost more depending on the provider.


What are the payment methods I can use to pay for my Liverpool accommodation?


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You can make the payment via several transactional modes, including net banking or through your debit card. We also have our own payment portal at Casita, where we can assist you with the entire payment process.


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