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Why should you live with us?

So you’ve made the decision to do a postgraduate degree after a hectic few years of being an undergraduate… Now it's time to sort your accommodation. For somewhere with your own space, privacy, facilities and within reach of the University campus, look no further than Derwent Students Accommodation.

Our prices are all bills included; so that you don't incur unexpected costs. This way you don’t have to bother calculating bills and you can spend more time concentrating on earning your Masters Degree. Our Wi-Fi is free of charge and reliable so that you can access all the resources needed for your work. Endsleigh Insurance cover the contents of our rooms so you can have full confidence that your possessions are safe. All of our properties have secure entry and CCTV in operation; your safety is our top concern. Our on sight teams ensure that you have the best experience possible by arranging social events and offering support when you need it.

En-Suite vs Studio?

If you're embarking on your Postgraduate studies, it is likely that you will be keen to have your own space with private shower room and kitchen facilities. A studio room would therefore be perfect for you. You have everything you could possibly need for when you need to work all hours to finish those slightly more arduous projects. You won’t have the worry of being disturbed. Alternatively, you may be looking to share a flat with friends or prefer to take time out from your studies and share your facilities with others. We have en-suite rooms that come with your own bed, desk space and private shower room but enable you to share a kitchen and lounge area with others within a cluster flat.

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Isn't private hall accommodation mostly for first year students?

You may be considering renting a room in a house through a private landlord after being an undergraduate. We say it is definitely worth considering private hall accommodation as a Postgraduate student. Your bills are included in your weekly rent meaning you don't have to worry about being hit by any unexpected costs. Our buildings also offer on-site maintenance teams, for when you need a problem fixing quickly. Our accommodation has 24 hour security, on-site offices and free contents insurance so you are safe in the knowledge that you and your possessions are secure. Some of our buildings have study rooms and/or study booths as well as private studio apartments with your own space to live and study.

Our locations

We know that the location of University accommodation is one of the most important things to our students. This is especially true for our Postgrads who will be spending a lot of time on campus. Luckily, all of our buildings are in great locations, so it’s easy for you to get to university by either walking or catching the bus or tram. Our locations are close to the local shops and entertainment as well. Discounted travel is available for students on public transport in many of our cities too, even better!

Offering private, all-inclusive rooms and studios across our various locations, ideally positioned for University, Derwent Students has the perfect accommodation for all Postgraduate students.

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