• 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.

Bookings now open for September 2018!

Welcome to Nottingham

Discover luxury student accommodation in Nottingham. Brand new to this area, our high-spec designs and top-quality features offer students a lifestyle which is a step above the rest. Nottingham is a great place to study, eat, shop and enjoy cultural attractions. The city centre is ideal for exploring on foot or by bicycle and the area has a warm, welcoming atmosphere, perfect for students looking to make Nottingham their home. Collegiate is proud to offer student accommodation like no other to University of Nottingham, Nottingham Trent and Nottingham Art College students alike.

Culture and shopping go hand in hand in Nottingham, which is a thoroughly modern city offering a host of entertainment options. Regular events, great restaurants and a lively nightlife make this one of the best cities in the UK when it comes to having fun.

Nottingham also has a serious side, with a strong commitment to culture and the arts. The City of Caves, Galleries of Justice Museum and Nottingham Castle are among the attractions not to be missed. There are also plenty of theatres, cinemas and arts venues.

The city centre is a superb place to visit. A tram system and a network of pedestrianized streets ensure that it’s easy to navigate and a cluster of free Wi-Fi hotspots mean that you need never be offline.

Nottingham is also a great city for enjoying football, with both Notts County (the world’s oldest professional football club) and Nottingham Forest calling the city their home. In fact, Nottingham has been crowned the 2015 City of Football, gaining £1.6 million for local football ventures as a result.

Student life in Nottingham

Nottingham is a great city in which to be a student. The compact city centre, huge variety of restaurants and friendly atmosphere make for the ideal home away from home. Nottingham offers everything from museums to an extensive medical library, making it a fantastic place for academic pursuits. It also provides a wealth of opportunities for leisure and relaxation, for a truly well-rounded offering.


The University of Nottingham is in the top 1% of the world’s universities and is a wonderful place for studying everything from the arts to aerospace technology. An important hub for global research, the university welcomes students from around the world and even has two overseas campuses, one in China and the other in Malaysia.

Nottingham is also home to Nottingham Trent University. As well as its academic credentials, the university has over 70 clubs and societies, and is committed to business opportunities, sports and volunteering.

Getting around

Exploring Nottingham by bicycle is easy and cost effective. It’s also positive for the environment. From now until March 2017, the city will be spending £6.1 million on overhauling its cycle facilities, including building the Western Corridor Cycle Super Highway, which saw work construction begin in October 2015.

Nottingham also has an excellent bus and tram system, providing a fairly inexpensive way to travel around the city during the day and late into the evening in many areas.

Nottingham rail station services a wide range of UK cities, including Sheffield and Leicester in the close vicinity. Being centrally located in the UK, Nottingham benefits from attractive journey times for many destinations, including London in the south and Edinburgh in the north.

East Midlands Airport is fewer than 15 miles from Nottingham, opening up a range of destinations in Europe and beyond to those living in the city.


Nottingham is a great place to shop. The city centre is packed with well-known brands and independent stores, offering excellent choice. The compact nature of the city means that it only takes about 10 minutes to get from one side of the centre to the other on foot, creating a wonderful concentration of retail therapy. There’s also the huge intu Victoria Centre shopping mall, which boasts 120 mainstream fashion shops and department stores, as well as food outlets. 


When it comes to nightlife, Nottingham delivers! The city centre is packed with pubs, bars and clubs, offering something for everyone. Whether you want to quietly appreciate locally brewed craft beers or dance into the small hours, Nottingham has the perfect venue. It’s also got several comedy clubs, a handful of casinos and a fantastic live music scene. There are also festivals, fairs and music events held throughout the year.

Restaurants and eating out

From modern British cuisine to flavours from around the world, Nottingham is home to a great selection of eateries. Restaurants like La Rock are ideal for those nights when you fancy dressing up. For some of the best local flavours, head to Perkins Restaurant – they even have their own smokehouse. Or for a taste of true Polish home cooking packed with hearty flavour, head to Ania’s. Whatever your tastes, Nottingham has plenty of cafés, delis and restaurants to keep you very well fed indeed.


Nottingham is known as a centre of football excellence, with both Notts County and Nottingham Forest professional football clubs based in the city, but there’s much more to the city than just its outstanding football heritage.

Nottingham is also home to Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club and the international stadium at Trent Bridge hosts some excellent matches.

The city also boasts a professional rugby club (Nottingham Rugby), as well as being the birthplace of famous British ice dancers Torvill and Dean. Today the National Ice Centre is available to those looking to follow in the famous duo’s footsteps.

Nottingham also affords a tennis centre and is home to several running events throughout the year, including the Robin Hood Marathon.

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