Living in University residences

Accommodation fees

Find out more about the University residence rent rebate.

Get tested

The government has asked that all students take 2 tests each week, every week they attend campus. This includes students living in residences. Find out more about testing.

Book a quarantine test

How to book a quarantine test when you arrive in the UK. You will not pay for a test if you use the University process.  

Book a test if you live in University residences 

Find out where to book a test if you live in University residences.

University residence study spaces and music rooms

Study spaces and music rooms in university residences are open Monday to Friday from 8/9 am to 8 pm. The variation in opening time is due to cleaning being completed.

Be respectful

Please consider the feelings and safety of people who may:

  • not be able to wear a face covering
  • feel vulnerable because they or their family members have underlying health conditions
  • come from different parts of the world and need to get used to UK guidance

Help other people to understand and follow the rules:

Support and safety

Senior and chief residents and peer mentors are here to support you while you are living in University accommodation.

Cleaning and handwashing and are still important within your household. Find out how we’re keeping residences clean and safe.

If someone in your household develops symptoms of coronavirus, get medical advice. If there is a suspected or confirmed case of coronavirus in your household, tell the University. We will support you to self-isolate if necessary, following the government guidelines.

If the UK or local alert level for coronavirus changes, we will follow government and Public Health England guidance and continue to take measures to keep you safe.

Look at our health and safety pages for more information.


Find out more about living in university accommodation during the coronavirus.

Find out how to keep your friends and community safe.

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