Accommodation for new postgraduates
Choosing University allocated accommodation offers many advantages. All your bills are included in your rent, you don't need a UK guarantor and you don't need to go through the right to rent checks. University accommodation also provides opportunity for personal and academic development, and the support of a 24/7 pastoral team living in your residence. The University offers a range of room types and tenancy lengths...
If you're looking to live in a high-spec studio during your time in Bristol, we advise looking at Bristol's commercial accommodation providers.
Studio apartments are small, self-contained flats with their own bathroom (shower, basin and toilet), kitchen area, study space and sleeping area. Studios are popular with postgraduates as they offer privacy and autonomy, while still being part of a University of Bristol postgraduate community. All our studios have the same rent. View postgraduate residences with studio flats.
En suite rooms
En suite rooms are grouped into flats, and offer more chance to mix with your fellow residents, as separate kitchen/diner is shared with other students. En suite rooms have a sleeping area, study area and bathroom (shower, basin and toilet). En suites have three rent levels, based on the age of the property and the number of people sharing a kitchen. View postgraduate residences with en suite rooms.
Standard rooms are also grouped into flats, with a shared kitchen and shared bathroom facilities. Your room will usually contain a bed, clothes storage such as a wardrobe, and a desk and chair for study. As the most basic type of room, standard rooms are usually the cheapest in a residence. Standard rooms are available in Chantry Court and Langford.