Stay in Manchester Court and you will always find it easy to get to your classes. Just jump on the bus and you will be in the University of Salford in 15 minutes. INTO Manchester is 20 minutes bus ride away, while the Royal Northern College of Music, the University of Manchester, Manchester Metropolitan University and Manchester Business School are all within 25 minutes.
After your classes, walk to the nearby park called Sand Hills, which is just perfect for a picnic on a summer day and getting some fresh air. You can also choose to spend your afternoon in Arndale Shopping Centre browsing clothes in 240 stores and then watch the latest blockbuster in the cinema.
When you are ready for a night out, make your way to the Northern Quarter for some exciting nightclubs and live gig venues.
After a long day of classes, arrive home to your bright and spacious room. The large windows will let the sun in and the wooden floors give the room a crisp and modern feel. Freshen yourself up in your bathroom and get ready for some tough revision at your personal study desk. Take advantage of the free Wi-Fi to do your research for those university assessments!
After study, why not catch up with your flatmates in the shared living area and get cosy on the leather sofa. Kick back, relax and watch your favourite TV shows, while you are cooking something for dinner. If you prefer to grab something quick, just walk down to The Angel Pub for some tasty fish and chips and a pint of local beer.
There is also a 24 hour CCTV throughout the common areas and the secure door entry system will make you feel secured all the time. The on-site management team is always there for you, if you have any questions or problems to fix.
Feel free to check out our City Guide for some hints and tips about the best things to do in the city and how to get around.
The city of Manchester sees one of the richest and vibrant cities in the UK sitting with a population of roughly 2.5 million, the city’s growing population has also turned into the proclaimed media city of the UK with the BBC and ITV relocating to the city in the past three years.
The National Football Museum is one of the most popular museums in the UK, in fact, many people are coming up for other cities to see it, especially the museum’s wonderful exhibition of The Class of ‘92, the Imperial War Museum North and Manchester Art Gallery, are in the heart of the city centre, the city itself has a lot of other galleries and at exhibitions and museums to visit as well.
The city also has a number of cinemas, such as the local Odeon (Which has it’s own IMAX Screen too), Showcase Cinemas and the local AMC 16 Cinema, however, if you are looking to see some more independent features should join one of the city’s many film societies.
Manchester’s nightlife is a very sought after affair. A number of clubs, pubs and bars litter the city, the city’s nightlife has long been one of the most well-reviewed parts of the city which is likely to be down to the fact The Manchester Metropolitan University and The University of Manchester are top rated universities for nightlife and both boast huge number of students!
It has a huge selection of great restaurants too, just in case you're looking for a change of pace.
Manchester has a wide selection of travel options open to people, you can find yourself using anything for a tramway to an underground metro station or even the city's wide selection of buses, there’s a fair amount of transport in the city and what’s more is, it’s available at great prices to everyone who wants to use them with a lot of discounts being offered, too.
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