UK and EU students attending the University for the first time can apply for accommodation as soon as the online process opens, which was in March. However, we will only be able to offer accommodation once you have been issued with an unconditional offer for study. The majority of first-year students receive unconditional offers in July/August, so don’t worry if you haven’t received an offer until then.
If you have applied to stay at one of our halls of residence you must confirm with the Admissions department that you are going to enrol at the University in September. If you have not already done so, please visit our Higher Education Place Confirmation page to confirm your place. If you do not confirm your place, there may be difficulties in securing the room you have been allocated.
If you are intending to apply for accommodation and have not already done so, we advise you to apply immediately through our university accommodation form.
If you have chosen to rent privately you are entitled to Council Tax Exemption. Please visit the Student Services reception on the 7th floor of our Summer Row campus with your student ID card to collect your certificate.
Make sure you have organised your accommodation and paid any necessary fees. When you receive your contract you must secure your accommodation with a deposit of £200 and a pre-payment of £275.
UCB’s virtual accommodation tours
Choosing where to live whilst studying at UCB is important. To help you get a feel for our halls of residence, The Maltings and Cambrian Hall, take a look at our Virtual Tours.
For more information on our accommodation, prices and facilities visit our Accommodation page.
If you have any questions about applying for accommodation, contact Simon Harwin, UCB’s Accommodation Manager, on 0121 232 4131 or email email@example.com.
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