Fees and facts

The information on this page refers to the application process and payment of fees

Prospectus

Our undergraduate prospectus gives a comprehensive overview of the paths available to all prospective students.

Choosing Accommodation

Careful consideration should be given to your choice of accommodation for your first year and all applications must be submitted on line by the due date indicated in July.  Full detail of the University of Bristol accommodation provision may be found at the Accommodation Office web site. 

Acceptance of accommodation contract

Selection of students for Halls of Residence is made centrally at the Accommodation Office.  The individual Halls have no influence in the student selection process for residences and will not know details of allocated names until offers are despatched to students.

All offers of accommodation will be emailed to new undergraduate students by 8th September 2014.  Acceptance must be made by return on line and completed by reading and acknowledging all elements of the electronic induction procedure.  Every student must have a head and shoulders jpg photograph stored, ready to attach to their acceptance email in order to complete the process.  

The Student Accommodation Contract gives the basic information each student should expect to receive when an accommodation offer is sent by the Accommodation Office on behalf of a Hall of Residence.  

Accommodation fees

The fee to be paid is governed by the grade of room allocated to the individual student.   For guidance, the approximate total fees undergraduates can expect to pay for residence at Badock Hall in the academic year 2014/2015 are shown below.  Care must be taken to check the financial terms of the contract offer, before organising payments.  This will ensure the correct amounts are paid.

Room with no Basin - £6620.08 - this includes room for 41 weeks, catering in term time only, £200 damage deposit, £50 JCR fee and £15.90 mandatory student insurance and the payment frequency you choose will determine what amounts are paid and when.

Room with Basin - 6749.23 - this includes room for 41 weeks, catering in term time only, £200 damage deposit, £50 JCR fee and £15.90 mandatory student insurance and the payment frequency you choose will determine what amounts are paid and when.

Room with En Suite - £7280.18 - this includes room for 41 weeks, catering in term time only, £200 damage deposit, £50 JCR fee and £15.90 mandatory student insurance and the payment frequency you choose will determine what amounts are paid and when.

Only 6 shared places exist at Badock Hall - all for male students.  Shared accommodation fee for the coming year will be £5239.61 including shared room for 41 weeks, catering in term time only, £200 damage deposit, £50 JCR fee and £15.90 mandatory student insurance and the payment frequency you choose will determine what amounts are paid and when.

The table below indicates the fees if you choose to pay in three single term instalments.   The total fee for the year includes all mandatory charges.  All term payments must be settled before the dates indicated below

The contract runs from Sunday 21 September 2014 to Saturday 4 July 2015.

BADOCK WEEKS TOTAL by 24 OCT 2014 by 24 JAN 2015 by 24 APR 2015
NO BASIN 41 6620.08 2807.58 1906.25 1906.25
WITH BASIN 41 6749.23 2859.23 1945.00 1945.00
EN SUITE 41 7280.18 3071.62 2104.28 2104.28
SHARE 41 5239.61 2255.39 1492.11 1492.11

 

Fee payments may be made by the link to online payments.  If you have a direct debit payment that fails to operate you can contact the University Finance Income Office on 0117 928 8645 in order to settle the account by other payment methods.  Information on how to pay your fees can be found on the Accommodation Office pages.  Please do not leave fees unpaid as the cumulative balances can become onerous if ignored.  

Responsibility for payment of fees

Each student is considered by the University of Bristol to be responsible for settlement of his/her fee payments, irrespective of the source of the funding. All invoices and any letters concerning financial matters will be sent direct to the student and not to the fee payer - should this be a third party.

Student Residence Conditions

It is recommended you download the Student Residence Conditions (pdf, 50kb).  These are the framework for a code of conduct to be followed by every student who accepts accommodation from the University of Bristol and should be read and clearly understood prior to arrival at the University of Bristol.  

UUK Code pf Practice

The UUK Code of Practice  is the framework on which the accommodation offer is based nationally.

Other halls of residence

There is a huge variety of accommodation on offer from the University of Bristol, each venue with its own web site.  Why not take time to look at the web sites for other halls of residence?

Map of the residences

Residences are based in many areas in and around the centre of Bristol.  The Accommodation Map showing the location of each residence on offer from the University within the city.  The Accommodation Map shows the location of each residence.

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