Private Student Accommodation
in Birmingham

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Accommodation available in Birmingham

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  1. Liberty Living at Queen's Hospital Close - Birmingham

    2 miles (walking) 1.2 miles (walking) 1.4 miles (walking)

    Liberty Living at Queen's Hospital Close is located in Edgbaston which is basically student central in the city! You’ll be close to Aston University, Birmingham City University and the University of Birmingham – both on foot or via a range of transport links on your doorstep.

    Birmingham has absolutely tons going on, so whether you want a spot of retail therapy or to enjoy the diverse nightlife, you’re never too far away.

    When you stay with us, you’ll be safe and secure throughout the residence. We have CCTV as well as 24 hour staff, plus contents insurance is included as standard. In fact, everything is included in your rent – that’s just how we do things here.

  2. Liberty Gardens - Birmingham

    1.7 miles (walking) 1.6 miles (walking) 1.8 miles (walking)

    Liberty Gardens is right by the city's higher educational establishments, including the University of Birmingham. Located on Elvetham Road, Liberty Gardens is within easy reach of all the local stuff you need nearby and it’s served by some great transport links, including Birmingham's New Street railway station.

    Liberty Gardens being close to the town centre allows residents to get stuck into the diverse and vibrant culture Birmingham has to offer.

    When you stay in our student accommodation, you can expect high standards as well as all-inclusive rent. As a bonus, Liberty Gardens is super safe all year round, as it’s served by a dedicated security team around the clock as well as CCTV.

  3. Liberty Court - Birmingham

    1.4 miles (walking) 2 miles (walking) 2.1 miles (walking)

    Liberty Court is situated in Edgbaston, a popular student area of Birmingham. It’s on Pershore Road and is within easy reach of all local amenities including Birmingham's New Street and the Bull Ring shopping centre.

    There are numerous bus routes which you can take into town, and a free shuttle bus which helps you get around to and from the University of Birmingham.

    Liberty Court's excellent security team and CCTV make our student accommodation extra secure, and you get contents insurance included, too. We ensure all rent is all-inclusive, so you’re always aware upfront of what you’re going to get with us.

  4. Liberty Park - Birmingham

    0.5 miles (walking) 3.5 miles (walking) 3.8 miles (walking)

    Liberty Park is situated on Grange Road, just a stone’s throw from the University of Birmingham. With great local amenities and great transport links, what more could you want? There’s even a free shuttle bus to take you between the University of Birmingham’s Selly Oak and Edgbaston campuses.

    Birmingham city centre is within easy reach and you’ll find loads to do, whether you’re looking for great shopping facilities or a night out on the town!

    Liberty Park has excellent facilities, and with CCTV and on-site staff 24/7, you’ll always feel safe and secure. To make things even less stressful, all your bills are included in your rent, too.

Birmingham for students

Birmingham is among the UK’s largest student cities, and thousands upon thousands of students are enrolled at the plethora of universities and colleges calling the region home.

Aston University, the University of Birmingham, Birmingham City University, Newman University, South & City College Birmingham and University College Birmingham can all be found here, and all make for fantastic options to get your degree.

Liberty Living offers student housing in Birmingham across four different residences, all within easy reach of the various campuses.

Whether you’re counting on reliable transport links, an electric social scene or great amenities, you’ll find all of this and more just a stone’s throw from your private student accommodation.

Eating out

Home to HP sauce and Cadbury chocolate, Birmingham offers some unique takes on the world of food and drink. As well as national chains you’ll be more than familiar with, there are plenty of independents and takeaways that should suit even the tightest student budget, especially when you’re in need of a treat!

Fans of Asian food should head to the famous Balti Triangle, the centre of Asian cuisine, fabric and culture. In fact, all sorts of different cuisines can be found in Birmingham, as it’s a diverse and cosmopolitan hub. Vegan and vegetarian dishes are really thriving at the moment, too.

For those who love the pub life, there are pubs galore dishing up the classics, and many have beer gardens attached. They’re perfect for a beer and a burger over the summer months!

Things to do

For shopping, Birmingham cannot be beaten – the Bullring & Grand Central is a real draw, as is The Mailbox. The Jewellery Quarter hosts over 100 specialist stores, and the alternative Oasis and Great Western Arcade are both very popular with students, too.

Stroll along Broad Street to sample the bars and clubs in the centre of Birmingham’s thriving nightlife scene. PRYZM is one of the top student-focused night spots in the city, and Uprawr at Asylum is the perfect place to find the best in rock and party anthems and unwind on a Saturday night.

The world is your oyster in this city; they’ve got everything from a Rage Room where you can smash plates to relieve stress to tours geared towards fans of Peaky Blinders. And if football is your thing, there are five clubs in the area – not least Aston Villa, one of the oldest FCs in the world.

Arts & culture

Did you know? Birmingham provided some inspiration for JRR Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings. These days there is a burgeoning art and music scene and an influx of different communities which has created one of the most vibrant urban mixes the UK has to offer.

The city has a long history of involvement with the arts. Birmingham Hippodrome is one of the most popular theatres in the country, while the Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery is the home of major painting collections. The vast Library of Birmingham is always worth a visit as well, whether for academic purposes or otherwise.

Musically speaking Birmingham has some fantastic venues. The O2 Academy, the O2 Institute, Arena Birmingham and the NEC are great places to check out mainstream acts, while the Hare & Hounds pub and the Sunflower Lounge are perfect for discovering up-and-coming artists.

Health & wellbeing

This city likes to do things on a big scale, with more parks than any other equivalent sized European city. For jogging or simply just a stroll, try Cannon Hill Park for green space and running tracks, or the newer Eastside City Park – which opened in 2013. If gardens and flowers are more your thing, try the stunning Birmingham Botanical Gardens which have been around since Victorian times.

There are loads of swimming pools and gyms around our Birmingham student accommodation that offer discounts and trials, including those with round-the-clock opening hours. The universities have some great fitness facilities as well and can cater to all your sporting, health and wellbeing needs.

Getting around

There is a great bus system for students to get around, as well as Megabus and National Express coaches for those looking at making a quick trip home for the weekend to see friends and family.

As it’s located in the Midlands, Birmingham has excellent transport links, making it easy to get to and from our student flats in Birmingham whether you’re based in the UK or overseas.

The main train stations are Birmingham New Street, Snow Hill and Moor Street, and each has links all over England and Scotland, plus regular services that get to London in just over an hour.

For those travelling from abroad, Birmingham International Airport is close by and connects swiftly with Birmingham’s train stations through a rail link network.