stay in a private home with a local family.
to experience British culture and improve language skills.
one or two meals per day with the family.
duration, from a few weeks to an entire academic year.
often provide support and guidance to students.
London: £850 – £1,500 per month
Manchester: £450 – £800 per month
Birmingham: £400 – £700 per month
Leeds: £380 – £650 per month
Liverpool: £350 – £600 per month
Bristol: £400 – £750 per month
Private or Shared Room: Depending on the arrangement, students may
have a private or shared room.
Access to Home Amenities: Use of the family’s living areas, kitchen,
and laundry facilities.
Internet Access: Included in the homestay arrangement.
Cultural Exchange: Opportunity to participate in family
activities and local traditions.
Safety and Security: Living in a family home often provides a
sense of security.
How to Find
Websites like Homestay.com and Host Families specialize in arranging homestays.
Some universities offer homestay programs or can recommend reputable providers.
We hope this
article helps you to understand what students should know about finding
accommodation in the United Kingdom. Choosing where to live is more than just
picking a place to sleep. It’s about finding a space where you can study,
relax, and maybe even make a few lifelong friends.
How can amber help you?
Accommodation helps you secure accommodation of your choice on your study
abroad journey. Having served 80 million students (and counting), amber is your
one-stop shop for all your accommodation needs, with great choices for student
housing. Download the AmberStudent app now to book an affordable
home for your adventure.
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