Compared to most university towns and cities in the UK, privately rented accommodation in Bradford is relatively inexpensive.
There are plenty of houses for you to rent with your friends after your first year; these are close to campus with average weekly rents in the city averaging around £50 to £55 (excluding bills).
Unipol Student Homes
The University works closely with Unipol Student Homes to provide students with a private accommodation service that is transparent and easy to use.
- Unipol is a unique organisation - a charity, established in 1975, to help students find the best housing they can, to drive up standards in the private rented sector and be a beacon of good practice for other housing suppliers.
- The service is free and there is an excellent choice of accommodation from shared houses and flats, bedsits and studios to rooms in larger developments, all displayed on an easy-to-use website.
- Unipol can also help students with house hunting-related problems through their drop-in solicitor service.
If you would prefer to live in privately rented accommodation, then you should visit or contact the Unipol Accommodation Bureau in The Hub Student centre in Richmond Building as your first point of call, or contact them via the details below: