Are there study rooms or common areas for Manchester student apartments?

study rooms or common areas for Manchester student apartments

With the city hosting two of the best universities in the UK, it can feel like student life in Manchester gets a little crowded at exam time. Bagging a spot at the library can become a chore and trying to study at your usual coffee shop can quickly turn into a nightmare.

Luckily, there are plenty of places in the city where Manchester student apartments can work without the crowds or distractions. We’ve rounded up some of our favorite student-friendly spaces that are perfect for a little peace and quiet to get your studying done.

If you’re looking for a place to work that’s as fun as it is productive, look no further than Canvas Manchester. This brand new student accommodation offers everything you need for a great study space as well as plenty of social areas to relax and unwind. You’ll find a pool table, yoga studio, karaoke room and multiple music rooms, sofas and TVs in the newly opened ground floor common area. You can also catch a film in the cinema room or grab a bite to eat in the on-site restaurant.

Are there study rooms or common areas for Manchester student apartments?

For those who prefer to study in private, Canvas has a range of self-contained studio apartments with their own ensuite bathrooms and kitchens. All bedrooms have their own lockable desk and chair as well as a comfy bed. The building’s high-speed Wi-Fi is free to use for all residents and you can access the on-site gym whenever you want.

Another great option is New Medlock House, situated in a central location close to both University of Manchester and University of Manchester Metropolitan. There’s a convenience store right on the doorstep, while the buzzing city centre with its shops and restaurants is just a short walk away. This sociable modern property is home to 690 students and has three room types to choose from. Opt for a non en-suite to share a bathroom and kitchen, or go for an en-suite if you’d rather have your own private shower room.

If you’d prefer to live in a private Manchester student accommodation, Mansion Point is a great choice. This student accommodation is in the heart of Fallowfield and is just a short bus ride from both The University of Manchester and Manchester Metropolitan University. The BIMM Institute is just a 15-minute bus ride from the property too.

Each studio comes with a modern kitchen complete with an electric induction hob, microwave oven and a fridge with freezer box. You can opt for a single room or a double room and you’ll be able to select your preferred length of tenancy. You’ll be able to book for the full academic year or just a semester, depending on your needs. You’ll need to provide a guarantor to secure your place and this will be required at the point of booking. The guarantor must be over 25 and be willing to be contacted in the event of an outstanding rent payment. This is standard practice for all UK student landlords.

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