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Student Accommodation Preston

Live walking distance from the University of Central Lancashire, sharing an accommodation with friends or enjoying your own space. Make a home for yourself on a quiet residential street, or go for the buzz of sharing a large apartment block where you’ll always find someone to chat to while you cook. There’s a wide range of en suites and studios, all within easy reach of Preston and UCLAN.

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iQ Kopa

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Wake up a stone’s throw from class in a city filled with tranquil green space and reminders of its grand part in history

Ladywell Halls


Sit in riverside parks, walk by the marina and admire the city’s rich past as you take in Victorian and Georgian buildings

The Warehouse


Live in the heart of Preston’s student hub at The Warehouse, close to live music haunts, pretty parklands and stylish dockside dinners

Oxheys Court


Take daily walks through Preston admiring elegant Victorian and Georgian buildings on your way to sit by the river Ribble



Choose Tramshed for student halls located next to the University of Central Lancashire & a short walk from the bars and shops of central Preston

Foundry Court

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Spend your days walking along the picturesque River Ribble, bustling docks and marina in this historic city in the North West

Tulketh Road


Create a home away from home in a city where stunning Victorian buildings are surrounded by picturesque greenery

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Fit riverside walks and drinks by the docks around your studies in this northern city rich with Roman history

Head to the north west of England and settle down to study in a city that’s played an important part in history as far back as Roman times. When class ends, you can explore the grand columns and arches of the city’s many picturesque Victorian and Georgian buildings. Picnic in the central Avenham Park and wander through its Japanese Garden before sampling cuisines from the city’s many restaurants. Student life in Preston is as varied as it is charming. If you crave the delights of a nearby metropolis, hop on an express train and be in Manchester, a shopping mecca, in around half an hour. You really can enjoy the best of both worlds in this northern haven. 

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