Here at Nido Student, we know that good locations, fast WiFi and excellent service are vital, but we also know that wellbeing, sustainability, design and community are just as important to you. So we focus on all of these things, so much so that we have been awarded Best in Class Resident Wellbeing, and Operator of the Year.
Our accommodation is all inclusive, safe and secure, and all of our locations are conveniently placed for universities.
Our 24/7 residence teams provide you with friendly and dedicated support and ensure your wellbeing comes first.
Our rooms and spaces are designed with students in mind, and we ensure that we provide you with the technology and tools to connect, thrive in our global communities. We aim for you to live sustainably and to have a positive impact on each other and our environments.
We want you to have a great experience, that’s hassle-free and unforgettable and are committed to ensuring you live better at Nido. Click below to learn more about our commitments to you.
Your student life is important to us, even the social life! From events and university news to neighbourhood guides and student interviews, there is never a dull moment with us at Nido Student. Get a taste for what life is like in one of our residences, what Nido Student is all about, and what you can expect from being a student by reading what our students and staff have to say.
This year, to mark World Mental Health Day on October 10th, Nido is proud to announce a new wellbeing partnership with Psychologist Dr Tara Quinn-Cirillo. Working predominantly online, the programme has been designed to provide residents with support, advice, resources and tools to maximise their wellbeing.
So, you got the grades, confirmed your university place and booked your room (if not don’t panic, check out if there’s a Nido room available in your new uni city here). Now it’s time to pack! Read on for the low-down on everything you could possibly need for student living and use our handy Read more >
When you want to switch off and binge-watch a bunch of your favourite shows at the end of the day, there’s nothing like reality TV. We don’t know what it is, but there’s something about watching other people thrive/fail/fall in love (delete as appropriate) that keeps us glued to the screen.