Accommodation for semester 2 only

Find out how to apply for University accommodation for semester 2 only. Semester 2 accommodation runs from 25 January 2023 to the end of the 2022/23 academic year.

Current students or students who are joining the University in January 2023 can apply for semester 2 accommodation, subject to availability.

The tenancy dates for semester 2 accommodation will be from 25 January 2023 to the standard 2022/23 tenancy end date for the residence. To view the tenancy end dates, visit our residences pages.

We can only guarantee an offer of semester 2 accommodation to non-exchange study abroad students. Study abroad exchange students are not guaranteed an offer of semester 2 accommodation.

Find out more about accommodation for study abroad students.

When you can apply

Applications for semester 2 accommodation will be open from 16 November 2022 at 9:30 am and will close on 5 December 2022 at 5 pm.

How to apply

To apply for semester 2 accommodation, you must have received and accepted a firm offer of study from the University.  

All University accommodation applications and offers are made via our Accommodation Portal. Find out how to register on our Accommodation Portal

To complete an accommodation application, you need to:

  1. Login to the Accommodation Portal
  2. Select Apply for semester 2 accommodation from the menu. 
  3. In the application, you will need to include your budget and any accommodation needs you have.  
  4. Once you have submitted your application, you will receive a confirmation email. 

When you will hear from us 

If your application is successful, you will receive an offer on Wednesday 14 December 2022. The deadline to accept your offer will be Friday 16 December 2022 by 5 pm.  

Information about how to accept your offer, and what to do if your offer isn't what you hoped for on the Accommodation offers page

If we can offer you a room, it is likely to be a twin room or a room in one of our half-board (catered) residences. Students living in our half-board (catered) residences benefit from having an on-site dining hall, as well as having some of their meals included as part of their accommodation fees. Mealtimes also provide an opportunity for meeting friends and building a hall community.

Finding private rented accommodation 

For students who are not guaranteed an offer of University accommodation, we recommend that you look for accommodation in the private sector as a priority.

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