Modern student accommodation in the Northern city that knows how to have a good time. Newcastle is renowned for its vibrant lifestyle, iconic architecture, and world-class sports. No wonder it's a favourite destination for students.
Choose from all-inclusive studios, apartments and en suite rooms and book your spot in the heart of the action. Our student housing in central Newcastle is best placed for studying at Newcastle University, Northumbria University or Newcastle College. And you'll be in walking distance of the shopping district and buzzing Quayside.
Newcastle: heart of the North East
With pride in its heritage, warm Geordie welcome and drive for innovation, Newcastle is a dynamic, exciting place to experience student life. And beyond the city, there's stunning coastline and rugged countryside to explore.
Jesmond is the place to head for indie boutiques, bookshops and cafes. For local producers and delicious street food, put Grainger Market and Quayside Market on your radar. A city for sports lovers, you can join the fans to watch football, rugby, athletics and Britain's most successful basketball team. Or party the night away in any of the pubs, bars and clubs that Newcastle is famous for.
A powerhouse of creativity, Newcastle is famed for its art galleries and installations, including the BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art and iconic Angel of the North. Head to Ouseburn Valley, Newcastle's Cultural Quarter, to find a community of independent creatives and studios. Live Theatre on the Quayside puts on innovative shows, while Sage Gateshead hosts world-class performances and events.
The city was a Roman settlement and Hadrian's Wall once ran through its centre, and its strength and wealth grew with the discovery of coal. As the Industrial Revolution gained momentum, Newcastle supplied not just fuel that fired production, but also became a centre of railway engineering and shipbuilding. Dive into the city's heritage at Newcastle Castle, the Discovery Museum and Beamish Museum: Living Museum of the North.
There are frequent direct train routes from many cities, including London, Edinburgh and Leeds. The A1 links Newcastle to Scotland, the South and London; travel to Carlisle via the A69; and head to the Wales and the Southwest via the M6. Newcastle International Airport has flights within the UK, Europe and beyond. Get around the city via Metro and bus, plus there are local train services.