• This is student living.

    Just better.

    You are just a step away from the best student living experience possible.

    Your student days are a unique moment in your life. Collegiate’s superior student accommodation, available in some of the UK’s top university cities, are unique in their offering to students and parents – great value, superb facilities and peace of mind. With our unrivalled record and expertise, Collegiate apartments deliver student living; just better.

     

     
  • Little Luxuries.

    Just steps away.

    High class features and perfect services

    Collegiate believe in providing superior student accommodation by putting a great deal of thought into the facilities we provide. From private gyms, on-site cinema, study rooms, games area and much more, we provide a home away from home with the little luxuries that will ensure your student experience is simply the best

     
  • An environment to thrive.

    "Because I'm happy."

    A social & cultural unique experience 

    We don’t just provide the facilities to enable your studies to thrive we also believe it is important to create a community. We host a variety of events throughout the year so you can get to know your fellow Collegiate residents. Collegiate provides a home, an environment to succeed and a place where everyone knows your name.

     

Welcome to Leeds

Leeds, a thriving waterfront city, is the cultural, financial and commercial heart of the West Yorkshire region of Britain. With a great history of achievement through commerce and trade, three universities, world-class shopping and top sports teams, Leeds is a truly dynamic city.

Leeds is a thriving waterfront city with a great history of achievement through commerce and trade. Proud civic buildings are crowded out by modern office and commercial blocks, although the calm of the ancient ruins of Kirkstall Abbey  and the buzz of international sporting excitement can be found at Headingley, not far from the busy city centre.

Modern Leeds is a city of glass and steel, as well as being a city of green spaces and open parks. The city offers lively nightlife along with some great cultural attractions such as the national collection of arms and armour at The Royal Armouries and the renowned West Yorkshire Playhouse.

Truly a student city, Leeds boasts three renowned educational institutions in the sprawling campus of the University of Leeds, the more compact Leeds Beckett University and Leeds Trinity University.

The student population is well catered for, with trendy shops, ancient markets, modern theatre and cinemas, clubs, pubs and a huge array of food outlets serving honest Yorkshire grub, including Harry Ramsden’s world famous fish and chips, as well as the sophisticated eateries of the trendy Calls area.

Universities

There are three main universities in Leeds, the University of Leeds, Leeds Beckett University and Leeds Trinity University. 

Getting around

Buses provide a cheap and efficient method of transport and a very reasonably priced student Metrocard is available.  Cycling is possible, but hills and heavy traffic mean it’s not for the faint hearted. London is 190 miles away, and trains take three hours. Leeds-Bradford International Airport is eight miles north.

Shopping

Leeds has several shopping centres - the Corn Exchange, Granary Wharf and the Victoria Quarter - as well as pedestrian shopping streets.  As the first city outside of London to be home to Harvey Nichols, Leeds is known as the ‘Knightsbridge of the North’, with its many designer shops and retail outlets thriving in the city centre.

Nightlife

Leeds boasts world class theatre and culture, as well as a wide range of live music on offer - from  jazz to rock - at venues across the city. A great nightlife can be found in the dazzling array of clubs where students can dance the night away. 

Restaurants and eating out

The recently developed Waterfront is now a dining quarter offering a number of restaurants, and the Millennium Square is surrounded by plenty of cafés and bars.  For something a little more traditional, students can try Whitelocks, the oldest pub in Leeds dating back to 1715. 

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