Leaving for pastures new can be a challenge, but we can help you make the right move.
Halls of Residence can be a great start to university life and we have accommodation on or near all of our campuses. Close to the town and city centres, they’re also served by our bus service. Most single study bedrooms in Halls of Residence are en-suite with broadband internet access, laundry facilities. Our Residential Support Team is on-hand to offer support and guidance. Rooms start from £99 to £112 a week inclusive of heating, water, electricity, basic contents insurance and internet access (2012-2013 academic year prices.)
Find out more about our Halls of Residence here
If Halls aren’t for you, we can help you find shared flats and houses to rent. Our Accommodation Team has a database of properties, and we invite landlords to register them with our University Registration Scheme. They’re then viewed by our Housing Team to make sure they meet our standards. The average rent for self-catered housing is £65-£80 per room, per week (non-inclusive of bills (2012-2013 prices).
Find out more about our Registered Housing Scheme here
Our Accommodation Department also keeps a list of study bedrooms available in houses where the owner lives in the same property. These Lodgings offer a variety of flexible non-contractual accommodation with a choice of self-catering, half-board or breakfast only. Average rents for self-catering are £75-£85 per week and half-board £90-£100 per week (inclusive of bills) current (2012-2013).
Find out more about our Lodgings Scheme here
For more information about how to find the right home for you, visit Student Accommodation.