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Student accommodation in Hull

Home to The Deep aquarium and the Freedom Festival, Hull is a vibrant, historic port city with a friendly atmosphere and lots of green spaces.

You can enjoy the perks of living within walking distance of the University of Hull by booking student accommodation with Student.com. Our student housing in Hull will allow you to soak up the great social atmosphere of this historic port city. We offer a variety of student accommodation types including student studio flats and student lets equipped with en suite bathrooms. 

To learn more about our offerings, you can contact us via phone or live chat. 

Get to know Hull

Hull is a relatively small maritime-turned-university city with winding, character-filled cobbled streets that are steeped in history.

While it is well known for its white telephone boxes, the structurally impressive Humber suspension bridge and its connections with poet Philip Larkin, there is much more to this vibrant city.  

After struggling for a long time to get back on its feet following the heavy bombing during World War II, and the collapse of the local shipping and fishing industries in the 1970s, Hull has enjoyed a cultural renaissance since gaining ‘UK City of Culture’ status in 2017.  

Hull was the second-most war-damaged city in the UK after London, but the once weary harbour town has transformed into one of the UK’s most talked-about destinations. Its magical makeover has it flourishing as a historic old town, dripping with charm and hidden gems at every turn. 

The city centre is home to many shops, museums, galleries and places to eat. You can also soak up the atmosphere of the old town by exploring its cobbled streets and the cultural hub of the waterfront area. 

You will find art everywhere in Hull. The city is absolutely bursting with art and culture with large art installations and small gallery exhibits all over town. Examples include names such as Ferens Art Gallery and Humber Street Gallery.

Hull also has its share of great pubs, cafes and restaurants including Lion & Key, Head of Steam, Furley & Co and Liquid Jade. There are not a ton of huge restaurant chains, so it is easy to find cool independent cafes and restaurants.

All in all, what makes Hull stand out as a good, if somewhat unknown, student city is that it is more friendly and affordable than the bigger, more glamorous cities but still with lots to see and do – which makes for great student life.

Student life in Hull

If you are not flush with money, don’t worry. Studying and living in Hull is a dream scenario for many students as there is plenty to see and do at an affordable cost. 


There are a lot of bars and restaurants to hang out in around Newland Avenue and Princes Avenue, the main student areas. For a rowdier night out, there are loads of places to go for a dance and some drinks.

Outside of the city centre, some of the most popular places are Asylum, Piper and Welly.

However, a night out is just one way to enjoy Hull. 

Exploring the City of Culture

You can also spend a well-earned break from your studies by simply soaking up the relaxed, bohemian atmosphere of Hull’s new arts quarter, where you will stumble across exciting and innovative street art, galleries and craft stalls.  

Learn about the Old Town by visiting one of Hull’s free museums. View a magnificent collection of paintings and sculptures at Ferens Art Gallery. Get a deep history lesson at the Hull and East Riding Museum. Learn about William Wilberforce and his contribution to ending the slave trade in the UK at the Wilberforce House. View interesting Victorian-style street scenes, old trolleys, buses, cars and bicycles at the Streetlife Museum.

Visiting The Deep is a great day out for students. The world’s only submarium (an aquarium partly submerged in the water surrounding it) has a plethora of marine life, including penguins and seven different species of sharks.

To really live like a local, plan an afternoon following the famous Fish Trail - a guided walkthrough of all the hidden nooks and crannies of this port city. Or pop along to Humber Bridge Farmers Market, where you’ll fall in love with the bustling market atmosphere while grabbing some top-quality local produce. 

Where to study in Hull

The University of Hull is one of the main educational institution in the city. It was ranked among the top 650 universities in the world in the QS World University Rankings of 2021.

Originally formed in 1927 as University College Hull, it has a proud history of academic excellence and life-changing research. As a commemoration for its excellence in teaching and learning, Hull earned a 2018 TEF (Teaching Excellence Framework) silver award, a system that assesses the quality of teaching in UK universities and colleges. 

Impactful research

Hull’s research institutes focus on finding solutions to some of the biggest challenges in the world.

The university also placed in the top 50 UK universities for research power in the 2014 REF (Research Excellence Framework) for tackling some of the largest global issues in health, food, habitats, flooding and supply chains.

It was featured twice in Universities UK’s list of ‘100 discoveries by British universities which changed the world’ for the globally renowned breakthrough in LCD technology and its bone density scanner.

Frequently asked questions about student housing in Hull

How do I apply for a student flat on Student.com?

After finding the property you like, click ‘View rooms’ to go to that property’s page. There you can choose your preferred room type and click ‘Book Now’ or ‘Enquire’. One of our booking consultants will then contact you to answer any questions and take you through the next steps in the booking process.

Do you offer 1 bed en suite flats in Hull?

Yes, we do. There are all the room types we offer:

1. Shared Rooms accommodate two or more people sharing the same bedroom. They also share other living spaces with tenants from other rooms.

2. Private Rooms accommodate one person in a private bedroom. Depending on the property, the bathroom is either shared or private. Other living spaces are shared with tenants from other rooms.

3. Entire Place is a fully self-contained studio property. You won’t have to share with anyone as you’ll have your own private bedroom, bathroom and a kitchenette for cooking meals.

Can I see the room before moving in?

Yes! If you’ll be in Hull before the date you are moving in, just contact us and our booking consultants will set up a viewing that is convenient to you.

Many of the properties we list have excellent photos and videos that can give you a good idea of what your room and building will be like though. So even if you won’t be travelling to Hull before your move in date, you’ll still be able to get a good idea of what we have to offer.

Do I have to pay a deposit to secure my booking?

Yes, to secure your booking, you’ll typically have to pay a deposit. This is paid directly to the landlord and you won’t have to pay anything to Student.com.