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On-campus accommodation


Make yourself at home and find the perfect accommodation to suit your needs. With over 1,600 bed spaces spread across both our campuses the University’s Halls of Residence are a popular choice for students – offering all you need to relax, make friends, socialise, study and learn.


There is a variety of different room types that cater for different preferences, and are designed to suit all budgets. The majority of our rooms are en-suite and all are good quality, secure and affordable. There is also the option of living in either mixed- gender flats or single-gender halls.


All rooms are offered on a self-catering basis, with heating, lighting and water included in the rent.


Campus living also means you are never far away from help and support. All of the on-site Halls of Residence have access to the University network.


Your safety is paramount, so the University operates a 24-hour security policy, with round-the-clock on-campus security cover, strategically placed CCTV cameras and the Residential Life Team. The Residential Life Team, made up of existing students and staff, provides pastoral support and guidance.


Students tell us they love the convenience of living on-campus, being close to lectures and social facilities.


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