Full Board accommodation is guaranteed for all single students and couples wishing to live on site whilst studying full time. Full Board and self-catering accommodation is available on site for families (subject to availability).
Explore our accommodation options below
Single - Single room
Room with bed, desk, desk chair and desk lamp, built in wardrobe, bookcase, sink, chair, chest of drawers and bedside table. Shared bathroom and access to a kitchenette.
Couples (no children) - Double room
Double room with bed, desk(s), desk chair(s) and desk lamp(s), built in wardrobe, bookcase, sink, chairs/sofa, chest of drawers and bedside tables. Shared bathroom and access to a kitchenette.
Families – Family rooms
Two adjacent rooms in a families’ corridor with sufficient beds for the needs of the family. Junior beds and cots are available for young children/babies. The rooms will also contain at least one desk, desk chair and desk lamp, wardrobe, bookcase, sink, chair, chest of drawers and a bed-side table. Shared bathroom. Access to a shared kitchenette.
What is included in Full Board accommodation?
Breakfast, lunch and dinner (7 days a week during term-time)
Pillows, duvets and bedding
Laundry of College bedding
Access to washing machines and dryers (charges apply)
Access to cleaning supplies
What is not included in Full Board accommodation?
Bedding for junior beds and cots
Meals outside of term time (except for Post Graduate students)
We regret that pets (other than trained assistance dogs) are not allowed to be kept in College accommodation.
Applicants with a disability or special requirements that may affect the allocation of accommodation should make the College aware of these during the application process.
Families with children – furnished flat or house
Furnished flat or house on the College site with living space, kitchen, bathroom and 2-3 bedrooms. Junior beds, cots and high chairs (on request). Adult-sized duvets and pillows are provided, but please bring your own bedding. All properties contain a fully equipped kitchen with cutlery and crockery, pots and pans, cooking utensils, kettle, toaster, cafetière, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine (or access to one nearby), and vacuum cleaner (or access to one nearby). Some properties also contain an enclosed garden for which the tenant is responsible for the upkeep (gardening tools are available to borrow).
What is included?
Heating and lighting (where the accommodation is served by the College’s central services)
Lunch in the College dining room (Monday-Friday during term-time)
What is not included?
Towels and bedding
Utility bills (where the property has its own independent services)
Council Tax (where applicable)
We regret that pets (other than trained assistance dogs) are not allowed to be kept in College properties.
Self-catering properties are usually at a premium and are reserved for families with children. A points-based system is used to allocate properties to families.
Families with any disabilities or special requirements that may affect the allocation of accommodation should make the College aware of these during the application process.
Unfortunately, you can not choose your family accommodation. However, the College tries to accommodate the preferences of all those who apply for family accommodation in the limited Self-catering (SC) and Full Board (FB) units available, but this depends upon demand which varies each year and can be oversubscribed. Family accommodation allocation takes into account the size, needs and preferences of each individual family. This may come in the form of either a flat or house.
College will aim to allocate family accommodation for September by the end of Week 2 of Term 3. Thereafter, families who apply will be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis depending on availability. En Route families applying for Terms 2 and 3 and all those who are granted a place on a course/programme after Monday, Week 1 of Term 3 will be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis based on availability.
Prices for Full Board accommodation can be found here.
Self-catered accommodation for academic year 2023/24 ranges between £890pcm and £1200pcm. The rent takes into consideration the size of the premises, the number of rooms, and whether certain utilities are included within the property price.
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