University of Bradford Student Accommodation

Sanctuary Students is proud to provide high-quality, affordable student accommodation in Bradford. Located in the heart of the city, a short walk from the University of Bradford and Bradford College, our student housing delivers on quality, price, features and location!

Bradford is a diverse, vibrant city with a lot going on. Living in the centre of town means you’re never far from the action and have easy access to local nightlife, music, culture, shopping, dining and anything else you might need during your stay.

Our student accommodation in Bradford offers clean, light and well-maintained rooms with social areas, secure entry, free Wi-Fi and everything you need to begin living right away. What’s more, you’ll be surrounded by a friendly, welcoming team and well-maintained facilities, with a fun-filled events calendar to help you make friends and quickly feel at home in our student halls in Bradford. Check out our More than just a room page for more information!

If you’re studying at the University of Bradford and Bradford College and are looking for a higher quality of student housing, Sanctuary Students delivers!

Wardley House

All inclusive bills
Common room with BT Sport
Free 100MB Wi-Fi
On-site laundry
Free contents insurance
On-site security and CCTV
En-suite double bedrooms
24-hour maintenance

Little Horton Lane, Bradford, BD5 0AG

Wardley House offers student accommodation in Bradford. Our affordable student housing is situated in the heart of the city, minutes away from the University of Bradford and Bradford College. If you’re looking to live student life to the full, you’ll love Wardley House!

Our great value accommodation includes all bills, free contents insurance and free 100MB Wi-Fi included in the weekly rent. There are also a range of payment instalments available to suit you.

Find out more about and secure your room for only £1*.

From £69.99 p/w

About the University of Bradford

The University of Bradford is a research university based in the centre of Bradford in West Yorkshire. It’s a relatively new university, having been granted its charter in 1966 but began life back in 1832 as the Mechanics Institute.

The university has around 10,000 students, both undergraduate and graduate. The University of Bradford attracts a higher proportion of mature students than normal, around 30% of the student population. A further 22% of students here are international.

The university is known for engineering, computing, informatics, media, design and technology, health studies, management, law and international studies.

The University of Bradford is ranked 106th in the UK but #1 in the country for improving student’s life chances. It is also ranked in the top 50 for research, specifically technology research.

Transport in London

Bradford has a central location in West Yorkshire and is well connected to the rest of the country.


 

Arriving by air will bring you into Leeds-Bradford International airport or Manchester airport. Both have bus, road and rail connections to the city and make it easy to get to our student accommodation.

Bradford city centre has two train stations, Bradford Forster Square for local routes to Leeds, Ilkely and Skipton and Bradford Interchange for intercity routes to the rest of the country including Leeds, Manchester, York and London.

Bradford also has local buses that cover the entire city and run regularly night and day. There are also National Express and Megabus services for longer journeys.

Arrive in Bradford by road and you’ll likely use the M62 or the M606. There’s also a network of A and B roads throughout the region making it very straightforward to get around.

Student life in Bradford

Bradford is a scenic city at the foot of the Pennines and has a long, illustrious history. There’s a lot to see and do in the city and it’s well known for its diversity.

The city itself is a modest size with a population of around half a million people. It’s nice to walk around, picturesque thanks to old industrial buildings, has lots of historic architecture and has good shopping too.

Highlights of Bradford include Five Rise Locks, Little Germany, Saltaire, St Ives, Bronte Country, National Media Museum, Colour Museum, Peace Museum, Bolling Hall Museum, Alhambra Theatre, Bradford University's Theatre in The Mill, the Priestley Centre and St George's Hall.

Bradford is also known for live music and eating out. The diversity of the city means every cuisine from every continent is catered for, especially Pakistani, Indian, Bengali and other cuisines of the region. The city isn’t known as the Curry Capital of Britain for nothing!