Accept a place through Clearing and we'll find you a place in University managed accommodation.
All clearing applicants are guaranteed a place in our University managed accommodation. Whether you are placed in the halls of residence or a University managed house, we'll make sure your accommodation is up to standard.
All of our properties are accredited and have gas, electric and water bills included in the rent - with free internet provided. We'll also make sure you are living with other first-year students.
If you are placed in our Halls of Residence, you will benefit from a free gym membership, 24-hour security, welfare support, 24-hour emergency maintenance and contents insurance.
How to apply
As soon as you are eligible to apply for accommodation, we will contact you to set you up with an account for online application.
Once you have been allocated a room, you will be sent an email notifying you of your offer.
From mid-August to arrivals weekend in September the accommodation situation is extremely changeable, and it may be that we are unable to make you an immediate offer.
Please bear with us and we will keep you posted during this time.
What will happen if on-campus teaching is delayed or stopped?
If the University is unable to start any teaching on campus due to Covid-19, you will be able to defer your contract start date to one week before the University is able start your course on campus.
If the University is required to move all teaching online for a prolonged period (longer than 28 days) due to a resurgence of Covid-19, you will be able to terminate the contract with one week’s notice.