When you're not studying: explore!

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Nottingham's student scene is thriving, with tens of thousands of undergraduates and post graduates in Nottingham city

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that's the number of Green Flags awarded to parks and green spaces in Nottingham; the most of any council area in the UK

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in nearby Sherwood Forest you'll find Britain's biggest oak tree, measuing 92ft (or 28 metres) in span!

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if you believe the hype, Nottingham's oldest pub, Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem, was built way back in the 12th Century, making it 831 years old

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for adventurous types, there's a network of caves right below your feet in Nottingham: dare you explore?

Wherever you want to go
Air

Stylish weekend breaks couldn't be easier - in less than 30 minutes you'll be at East Midlands Airport, for direct flights to Rome, Venice, Amsterdam, and many more

Rail

Walk along the canal to Nottingham train station, for regional and national rail connections, as well as trains to international airports serving countries across the world

Road

Boulevard Wharf is well connected for University of Nottingham and Nottingham Trent. Simply hop on the bus or jet along the city's Cycle Super Highway, both of which you'll find right outside

Your New Neighbourhood

Nottingham is considered one of the top ten student cities and it's no surprise. Whether you want vintage and designer shopping, the best baristas, to dance all night or focus on your studies - you'll find it all, right on your doorstep

Literature and the Arts
Literature and the arts

Broadway, Nottingham’s independent cinema, offers cheap tickets to under 25s and is the perfect place to catch the latest film releases. Plus, with delicious stonebaked pizzas and a licensed bar, it’s a great place to study, too

Live Music
Live music

Nottingham’s not short on live music venues. But Rock City has to the most famous. Musical legends like Nirvana, Oasis and the Arctic Monkeys have all played here – and the venue hosts big, student-friendly club nights, 3-4 times a week

Outdoors
Outdoors

Student life can be intense, so make sure you find time to relax. Luckily, Nottingham’s got plenty of parks and green spaces to enjoy. Just north of the city you’ll find Arboretum, where – as the name suggests – you’ll find over 800 trees

Eating
Eating

An increasingly multicultural place to live, Nottingham’s food scene has grown to include much more than British cheese (although, that’s good too!). Coco Tang – an oriental cafe and cocktail bar – has a rooftbar and is open until 3am!

Shopping
Shopping

Head to The Exchange for iconic British brands, such as Dr Martens, as well as global fashion favourites like Commes de Garçon. What’s more: Nottingham born and bred, Paul Smith, also has five-floor retail store – see ya later, student loan!

History
History

Nottingham Castle, Museum and Art Gallery. With thousands of artworks on display within the impressively-maintained fortress, there’s no better place to discover Nottinghamshire’s rich history and culture

Literature and the Arts
Literature and the arts

Broadway, Nottingham’s independent cinema, offers cheap tickets to under 25s and is the perfect place to catch the latest film releases. Plus, with delicious stonebaked pizzas and a licensed bar, it’s a great place to study, too

Live Music
Live music

Nottingham’s not short on live music venues. But Rock City has to the most famous. Musical legends like Nirvana, Oasis and the Arctic Monkeys have all played here – and the venue hosts big, student-friendly club nights, 3-4 times a week

Outdoors
Outdoors

Student life can be intense, so make sure you find time to relax. Luckily, Nottingham’s got plenty of parks and green spaces to enjoy. Just north of the city you’ll find Arboretum, where – as the name suggests – you’ll find over 800 trees

Eating
Eating

An increasingly multicultural place to live, Nottingham’s food scene has grown to include much more than British cheese (although, that’s good too!). Coco Tang – an oriental cafe and cocktail bar – has a rooftbar and is open until 3am!

Shopping
Shopping

Head to The Exchange for iconic British brands, such as Dr Martens, as well as global fashion favourites like Commes de Garçon. What’s more: Nottingham born and bred, Paul Smith, also has five-floor retail store – see ya later, student loan!

History
History

Nottingham Castle, Museum and Art Gallery. With thousands of artworks on display within the impressively-maintained fortress, there’s no better place to discover Nottinghamshire’s rich history and culture

Building site view
Address

Management Office
89-91 Derby Road
Nottingham
NG1 5BB

Contact

Let and managed by Uni2
0115 8708069
rent@uni-2.co.uk