With its weekly rent of £118.80 is among the ten cheapest places to live in the UK. For just £30 you can purchase a travel pass (the second-lowest among other places).
Strathclyde, Glasgow – Strathclyde is one of those cities which is getting much cheaper than it used to. In this city, housing won’t be for sure any big problem since you can find an apartment which it will cost on average £117.30 per week.
Besides being the capital city of Wales, Cardiff city is one of the most affordable cities to live for students in the UK. On average the city has a monthly rent of £114.19. In addition to this, public transport isn’t expensive, so you don’t necessarily need to purchase an apartment near your university’s campus. Cardiff is where the University of Cardiff is located, the only Welsh university member of the Rusell Group universities. What makes the city of Cardiff more affordable is the fact that most of the students studying there are engaged in a part-time job and receive many funds from different sources.
Although it’s the capital city of Northern Ireland, Belfast is one of the cheapest places to live in the UK for students. In Belfast, you can get an apartment with a weekly rent of £113. In this city, you’ll find the lowest taxi fares among all other UK places.
Leicester – The city of Leicester is highly valued for its cheaper transport. On average it will cost you £29 to get a travel pass. As for the rent, the weekly rent whirls around £133.79 which can be considered reasonable.
Except for being a very friendly location, the city of Newcastle is very cheap. Is one of the cities that got introduced lately in the top cheapest places to live in the UK for students. On average weekly rent in Newcastle goes up at £117.93.
Lancaster is a town in the district of Lancashire. In Lancaster, you can have a beer for £2.80 which is the lowest price among all the cheapest places to live in the UK. The weekly rent is on average £139. In addition to its higher affordability in Lancaster, you’ll find a unique place to live.
Coventry has experienced an increase in some of the living expenses, but it still remains at some of the cheapest places to live in the UK for students. However, renting is cheaper than in Lancaster at just £135 per week.
Stirling is one of the places which is becoming much affordable for international students. In 2017 you could rent a room in Stirling costing just £115 per week. Public transport is also free. You can have a travel pass in this city for £30, meaning it has one the cheapest traveling price between the aforementioned places. The beautiful Scottish sceneries in the city of Stirling will make you feel no regret.
The city of Warwick is one of the cities introduced in the list of the cheapest places to live in the UK for students. Here you can purchase a two-bed room for an acceptable price of £119 per week and get a travel pass for £49.88.