Student Accommodation
in Wolverhampton

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Accommodation available in Wolverhampton

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  1. Liberty Heights - Wolverhampton

    1.8 miles (walking) 0.5 miles (walking)

    Liberty Heights is located close to the city centre and a short distance from City of Wolverhampton College plus the University of Wolverhampton, meaning you have no excuse to be late for lectures!

    Located near to major transport links like Wolverhampton station, our residence is ideally located for ease. You’ll never be short of things to do with the Mander Centre and Wulfrun Shopping Centre just around the corner plus a wide range of local bars and eateries, too.

    You’ll feel safe and secure living with us at Liberty Heights as we have CCTV and 24 hour security, plus contents insurance is included as standard. To make things easier for you, all of your bills and Wi-Fi are included in your rent, too.

Wolverhampton for students

Studying in Wolverhampton is an excellent choice. You may well find yourself at the University of Wolverhampton, which has over 500 courses to choose from. Alternatively, lots of students attend the City of Wolverhampton College, which caters for a wide variety of different kinds of learners.

Wolverhampton is diverse and whilst small compared to other cities, there’s a lot to do in and around the area with a host of shops, bars and restaurants – so you’ll feel right at home in no time at all. Plus, one of the benefits to being so centrally located is that you’re close to loads of other cities and towns, too. They don’t call it ‘The Midlands’ for nothing!

Our student flats in Wolverhampton are just a stone’s throw away from the University of Wolverhampton’s City Campus, so you’ll never be too far away from your lectures or the city centre.

Eating out

There are plenty of eateries in Wolverhampton, from the well-known chicken havens and classic pubs to local bistros, too. Whether you’re looking for a light bite or a place to meet with friends, Wolverhampton’s got it all.

Indian, Thai and other Asian cuisines have their place here, and you’ll find plenty of worthy restaurants to impress even the fussiest eater. And if vegetarian food is your thing, you’re in luck – there are plenty of places you can go to as well.

Our private student accommodation in Wolverhampton is centrally located close to the city centre, so you can kiss goodbye to those hunger pangs. Who doesn’t love a sweet treat? Wolverhampton is really good at doing dessert – so don’t forget to save a little room!

Things to do

Need to pop to the shops? You’re spoiled for choice! The Wulfrun Shopping Centre and Mander Centre will both cater to your needs, playing host to plenty of major players in the retail game.

There’s plenty to do in Wolverhampton outside of your studies, and if you love an evening out at the cinema, Cineworld has you covered. Fancy something different? Be sure to visit Clockwork Escapes, where you’ll have to solve puzzles in order to escape from a locked room.

If you’re looking for a night out, head to Gorgeous Nightclub, The Planet or Popworld, which play all your favourites and a few ‘throwbacks’ too.

Or, if you have some free time, why not support the Wolverhampton Wanderers at a football match in Molineux Stadium? Go Wolves!

Arts & culture

The Grand Theatre, which is located on Lichfield Street, has several shows on throughout the year and you’ll find everything from comedy and dance to drama, musicals and pantomimes.

Wolverhampton has plenty of hidden gems when it comes to cultural attractions, such as Wolverhampton Art Gallery, which hosts the biggest collection of Pop Art outside of London. Plus there’s the Light House Media Centre, which offers two cinema screens as well as a café bar and galleries.

Going to gigs will no doubt play a part in your student experience, and Wolverhampton won’t leave you lacking in this department. You’ll be sure to sing and dance the night away at Wolverhampton Civic Hall, showcasing acts from all around the world. Or, head to The Arena Theatre, which offers literally every kind of music you can imagine.

Health & wellbeing

Love getting out and about? Wolverhampton has you covered when it comes to parks and open spaces. West Park is lovely to walk around, lifted straight from the Victorian era with lots of modern additions. You could also take a look around Bratch Locks on the Staffordshire & Worcestershire Canal, where you’ll be able to spot wildlife and relax next to the water – perfect for those lazy summer afternoons.

As you might imagine, like most of the UK, Wolverhampton also has an impressive array of gyms – including some which are open 24 hours a day. The universities offer excellent fitness facilities as well, plus help is available for any ailments with your physical or mental health.

If you’re feeling a bit more adventurous, get yourself down to Wolverhampton’s Wolf Mountain Activity Centre, which is full of activities from abseiling and archery to indoor caving and indoor climbing. It’s perfect for a bit of bonding with your flatmates!

Getting around

Wolverhampton has a reliable bus network running throughout the city, and the closest bus stop is less than a minute away from your student housing in Wolverhampton.

The University of Wolverhampton also operates a free inter-campus shuttle bus between the Wolverhampton, Walsall and Telford campuses – which will be useful on those days when you don’t want to walk.

Need to go further afield? No problem. National Express coaches and trains are easy to catch, and you can go practically anywhere in the UK fairly easily.

You’ve got Birmingham International Airport almost on your doorstep as well. It’s 45 minutes away in the car and will allow you to venture off to destinations worldwide – whether that’s for home or a holiday!