Below are links to some of the organisations Host works with. Please note that the links below will take you to the external pages of the listed companies and Host takes no responsibility for the content given within them.
We believe that a fast, reliable Internet service is an essential requirement for any student accommodation building. With ASK4 Broadband students may choose from a vast range of packages with speeds up to 100Mb/s and no restrictions.
Endsleigh Insurance Services Limited – Complete cover for a range of properties, including single flats, flats in blocks, commercial property, shared houses and family homes.
Housing Hand is the first choice for students who cannot provide a qualifying UK rent guarantor. Whether you are from the UK or abroad they can be your guarantor.
ukguarantor is a service which has been developed for international students. They act as a UK based guarantor for students that are coming to study in the UK. This means that you can pay your rent in instalments rather than paying rent upfront.
UniKitOut are specialist suppliers of student essentials; they provide what you need. UniKitOut are the one stop shop for student essentials. They offer huge discounts on Student Bed Packs, Student Kitchen Packs, Student Bathroom and Towel Packs, Student Combo Packs, Electricals, Accessories and much more – they even deliver direct to your hall so everything is waiting for you upon your arrival! Quote HOST10 to receive a 10% discount.
Student Minds is the UK’ student mental health charity. They empower students to look after their own mental health, support others and create change.
Just a Drop
Just a Drop brings sustainable safe water, sanitation and hygiene projects to communities around the world, transforming lives.
LandAid is the property industry charity working to end youth homelessness in the UK. It tackles the root causes of youth homelessness, protects young people on the streets, provides accommodation and support for those who have been homeless and gives a platform to young people to have their voices heard.