London is an exciting city for students: it offers entertainment, a thriving cultural life, and many of the world’s leading educational institutions are based here.
But at the same time, finding quality accommodation on a student-friendly budget can be tough. If you’re a student and will be moving to London soon, you’ll want to read about the best places to live in North London for students.
This area is an icon of British culture and a thriving hub for artists and creative people. Renting in Camden Town may be out of reach for students, but other parts of the borough offer useful transportation links, plenty of amenities, and cheaper rents. If this is what you’re after, you may want to have a look at renting in the streets near Cricklewood Station.
Located between Enfield and Barnet, Southgate may be just right for you if you’re a student at Barnet & Southgate College or Middlesex University. There are plenty of flatshares and student homes in the market at prices well below the London average.
Connected to central London by tube (Piccadilly Line), Wood Green is known for its cheap eats affordable student accommodation. This area has a bustling high street with discount stores, supermarkets, and cinemas. In short, Wood Green has everything you’ll find in more centrally located parts of the city, and is cheaper!
If you’re moving to London this summer, or in need of summer storage we recommend that you book a free video consultation as soon as possible. This way, you’ll have more chances of moving or storing your stuff on your preferred date.