Accommodation


The Benefits

The advantages to University accommodation include:-

  • An in-house teams of Residential Life Officers (RLOs) and Residential Life Advisors (RLAs), on-call in each residence to provide welfare support and guidance whenever required.
  • Clarity of cost: hall fees include contents insurance and all utility bills.
  • A high level of security: the majority of halls have swipe card access systems and each campus has a comprehensive CCTV network and 24-hour security.
  • The variety of hall options: you have a choice of catered or self-catered, single or mixed sex halls and flats. There is also the option of ensuite, standard or standard with wash basin rooms; a limited amount of family accommodation is also available.
  • An extensive range of facilities across the halls: computer clusters on site, sports facilities, music rooms, launderettes, libraries, cheap on-site bars and Junior Common Rooms or Residents Associations organising sports and social events throughout the year.
  • Provision for special requirements: many halls have adapted rooms and facilities for students with disabilities; catered halls can offer special diets; assistance for other medical conditions is also available. Further information is obtainable from the Accommodation Office's Disability Co-ordinator.
  • The student experience: life in halls offers the opportunity to encounter people from diverse social and cultural backgrounds, to develop social skills and widen intellectual horizons; more particularly, it facilitates learning outside the academic environment.
  • Personal Possessions insurance is included in the rent. To find out exactly what your insurance covers, follow the link below for information about the Endsleigh Block Insurance Policy or call 0844 472 2507. In summary your room is covered, but your laptop and other gadgets aren’t covered outside your room.

Enter your policy number HH1053 to check your policy details.

As your landlord, the University takes its responsibilities very seriously. We are committed and strive to provide a comfortable living environment, both for studying and relaxation.

I find being a tutor is a great way to integrate with university life, it is very rewarding and a great life experience.Rory, Current Residential Life Advisor

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