If you have considered studying in Leeds, or are moving here soon as an international student, learn more about why this is the perfect city for you - a home from home.
New Leeds Student Accommodation: Exchange Court
Exchange Court: Luxury student accommodation in Leeds.
Introducing Exchange Court, our brand new luxury student accommodation in Leeds city centre which is opening in September 2024.
Exchange Court offers spacious studios with huge windows and lots of natural light and many come with your own private balcony.
Located within walking distance of Leeds’ lively town centre you are never far away from big name brands and the best boutiques, all housed underneath the iconic glass roof of Trinity Leeds. For those looking for a unique luxury shopping experience, pop over to Victoria Leeds or Harvey Nichols where you’ll find big brands including but not limited to; Louis Vuitton, Mulberry, Gucci and Givenchy.
If you need time to relax and unwind from studying, located nearby you will find the green spaces of Park Square, Mandela Garden and Hanover Square. When it comes to getting to university, you’re just a few minutes commute to all the Leeds University campuses – so you’ll be in the perfect location to experience everything this vibrant city has to offer.
Stylish student studio rooms in Leeds.
Exchange Court has a range of 257 stylish and spacious studio rooms. All studios have been uniquely designed to provide open plan living, with expertly designed spaces, including a private en-suite bathroom, study area with desk, bedroom and a stylish kitchen area.
All studios are equipped with clever storage spaces, including, underbed storage, extra-large wardrobes and kitchens with a place for all items to be put away, leaving the surfaces uncluttered. With rooms ranging from Classic to Luxury, and some offering large private student balconies, you are sure to find a room to suit your lifestyle and budget.
You will find a range of excellent on-site facilities to support you in making the most of your university years. Facilities include quiet study spaces, a hi-tech fitness suite, an inviting communal lounge complete with games area, contemporary private dining room and more. There are also laundry facilities on-site and your rent includes all your utility bills Wi-Fi and contents insurance.
On-site at Exchange Court.
On-site at Exchange Court you’ll find 257 studio rooms of various types to choose from. Each studio has been expertly designed to help you make the most of your time at university. You’ll find ultra-modern studios that include lots of little luxuries like high-tech open plan private kitchens and beautiful bathrooms.
While in terms of facilities on site at this student accommodation you’ll find:
- 24/7 on-site staff with assisted CCTV Coverage.
- Secure key fob access to the building, your floor, your studio.
- Lifts to all floors.
- Free Wi-Fi (up to 100mb).
- Communal lounge with games area.
- TV room with large TV.
- Student experience events.
- Private dining suite.
- Fitness suite with cardio equipment & weights.
- Secure bicycle parking.
- Laundry room with washing and drying facilities.
Fun things to do in Leeds.
- Explore Leeds city centre.
Take in the city centre and explore all of the shops, restaurants, historic buildings and arcades.
- Enjoy a cruise on the canal.
Take a leisurely cruise along the Leeds and Liverpool Canal and enjoy the views and fresh air.
- Football fans: watch a match at Leeds United.
Enjoy a match a Elland Road, the home stadium of Leeds United.
- Get a vintage look from the Corn Exchange.
Wander around the unique shops and boutiques the historic Grade 1-listed building has to offer.
- Ponder life at Leeds Art Gallery.
Enjoy a wide collection of British art, including works by Henry Moore and J.M.W. Turner.
- Show off your wellies on the Yorkshire Dales.
Take in the beautiful views from the Yorkshire Dales on a clear and sunny day.
- Have a fun night out with friends in Call Lane.
Visit Call Lane’s lively nightlife scene where you’ll find numerous bars and clubs.
Universities in Leeds.
University of Leeds | 13 minute walk from Exchange Court.
Established in 1904, the University of Leeds is one of the largest universities in the UK. They’re part of the Russell Group of research-intensive universities and are renowned globally for the quality of our research and teaching.
Leeds Beckett University | 13 minute walk from Exchange Court.
At Leeds Beckett University, all work is dedicated to making a difference. Their students and academics work together on research projects that have real-life impact, delivering social, economic, and cultural benefit for the communities.
Leeds Trinity University.
Leeds Trinity University has a strong emphasis on employability and professional development. While it started as a teacher training college, it has expanded its offerings to include a range of undergraduate and postgraduate programs in areas such as media, journalism, business, psychology, sports science, and more.
Leeds Art University | 24 minute walk from Exchange Court.
Leeds Arts University specialises in art and design. LUA offers a range of undergraduate and postgraduate programs across disciplines such as fine art, graphic design, illustration, photography, fashion, textiles, animation, and more.
Leeds Conservatoire | 26 minute walk from Exchange Court.
Leeds Conservatoire specialises in music education and performing arts. It offers a range of undergraduate and postgraduate programs covering areas such as classical music, jazz, popular music, music production, musical theatre, and more.
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