First-class student living in dynamic Ipswich
The historic town of Ipswich is one of the oldest towns in England, at an estimated 1,400 years old. The largest town in the rural Southern county of Suffolk, it is home to Orwell Country Park, a 470-acre site that offers visitors a variety of walks, wildlife and scenery; a beautiful waterfront that is dotted with a wide variety of bars and restaurants; and a lively city centre.
Explore our student accommodation in Ipswich – including beautifully designed student apartments and unrivalled on-site features.
Student Accommodation in Ipswich
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Your wellbeing is at the forefront of our mind. We have put new cleaning routines, sanitising facilities and distancing measures in place to make sure you get the best and safest living experience possible.
We want you to have the very best University years that is why we have ensured a calendar that is packed with fun social events both virtually online and off-site. But that’s not all, as living with Collegiate you can make new friends, create memorable moments and be a part of a great community.
No more worrying about extra bills and admin costs. Living at Collegiate means we take all of the hassle away from you so you can enjoy your time creating memories.
University of Suffolk Student Accommodation
Ipswich is home to the University of Suffolk’s central campus. The university is one of the newest in the UK, forming a collaboration between the University of East Anglia and the University of Essex in 2007. The University is host to the East Contemporary Art Collection, which exhibits art from 115 creators from seven eastern counties in England.
Explore our student accommodation in Ipswich:
- Modern and spacious student apartments, perfect for studying and relaxing
- Close to the city centre and the University of Suffolk’s central campus
Did you know?
Charles Dickens was once a regular visitor to Ipswich, and it’s believed that certain local people inspired many of the characters that appeared in ‘Pickwick Papers’, as did the hotel in which he stayed.