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Living independently can be a big responsibility. Whether you're living in University student residences or are renting in the private sector, it is important that you understand all the terms and conditions that may be associated with your residency.

Residence fees

Rooms in the student residences vary in price depending on which residence you are staying at, how big your room is and how long you are staying there for.

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Cancellations

We understand that sometimes circumstances change and cancellations may occur. It is best to cancel your residency booking as soon as possible to decrease the risk of incurring charges.

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Information for landlords

Landlords who wish to rent their property to students need to adhere to certain conditions and guidelines. This helps protect both the tenants and the landlords from personal or financial risk.

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Important documents and terms of residency

The following documents contain essential information for students who are staying in University accommodation or are renting within the private sector. For more information about anything you see here, please contact the accommodation office.

Accommodation brochure

Accommodation terms of residency

Guide to private sector housing

House hunting checklist

Tenancy deposit scheme

University accommodation allocation policy

Exceptional accommodation demand

To handle years of exceptional demand we have secured further accommodation within the private student residences Liberty Quays and Liberty Point, which are owned and operated by Liberty Living.

If we are unable to offer you room in the University student residences, we may be able to offer a place within Liberty Quays or Liberty Point. If this is the case, the accommodation office will contact you directly to advise you of the situation and explain the options available to you. Back to top