Most undergraduates, and some postgraduates, live on the College campus itself. Here is some of the options:
De Brye, Bertram and Warburton Hall offer modern rooms with en-suite showers and shared kitchen facilities - usually with one kitchen between four to six students.
Oldham Hall has two-bedroom ‘sets’, where two rooms share a bathroom and kitchenette as well as a couple of en-suite single rooms.
Strathaird are converted Victorian villas. Large rooms are spread across the building, with bathrooms and kitchen facilities shared between four to nine students.
Whinside House is an early 20th century, gabled, brick building converted into 15 student bedrooms with access to shared kitchen and bathrooms.
Mount Pleasant Halls is a new student accommodation complex, conveniently located just around the corner from the main College campus. Rooms are a generous size and all benefit from an en-suite shower room with excellent access to shared kitchens, on-site porters’ lodge, launderette, IT hub room and cycle parking. Each floor is accessible by lift.
Many of our students live in a bright and modern apartment block on Histon Road. This complex has bike sheds and gardens, local shops opposite and is a fifteen minute walk from the College and the city centre. All rooms are en-suite, with large kitchens shared between three to ten students, and a large common room. There are four one-bedroom and four two-bedroom apartments suitable for couples and families, each with a bathroom, kitchen facilities and a living/dining area.
The College also offers accommodation in off-site houses located between 5 and 20 minutes’ walk from the College. These rooms benefit from shared bathrooms, kitchen facilities and living/dining areas.
A £500 room and key deposit will also be required before you can move in to your room or £950 for a flat. Information on how to pay your deposit will be sent to you in early September. Deposits are paid back at the end of your final tenancy within 4 weeks of the room inspection taking place after your final departure. Please note that the room & key deposit will only be returned by the Bursary after the return of all keys issued and payment of all licence fees, damages and other charges reasonably levied by the College.
A one-off service charge of £72 will be billed to you at the start of your tenancy. This charge covers the cost of internet access, cleaning of communal areas, maintenance and other domestic services as required.
Rent Payment Dates for 2020/2021 will be:
1st Payment due by: As advised in correspondance from the Bursary
2nd Payment due by: 31st December 2020
3rd Payment due by: 31st March 2021
4th Payment due by: 30th June 2021
Information on how to pay your rent will be included with each bill.
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