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Undergraduate Residence Charges

UNDERGRADUATE ACCOMMODATION PRICES 2021/22

Note: Not all options are available in all Colleges. Please contact the individual College for further information

 

Accommodation for the academic year, to include either Induction or Congregation week

Accommodation for the academic year

Residence Including Catering*

(meals included during Induction Week and undergraduate term time)

Single Standard Rooms (shared bathroom facilities)

 

£7981

£7724

Single En-suite Rooms **

 

£8477

£8219

International Induction Supplement for Additional Accommodation

 

+£182

N/A

Residence with Self-Catering

Single Standard Rooms (shared bathroom facilities)

 

£5587

£5444

Single En-suite Rooms **

 

£6082

£5939

International Induction Supplement for Additional Accommodation

 

+£113

N/A
 

Primary Education Student Supplement for Additional Accommodation

     

Single Standard Rooms (shared bathroom facilities)

  +£287 N/A

Single En-suite Rooms **

  +£312 N/A
 

Discounts

Shared Room

 

-£468

-£468

Single Room - Paired bathroom (Shared between two rooms)

 

-£235

-£235

No Sink

 

-£253

-£253

Supplements

¾ or double bed

 

+£253

+£253

 

*Residence Including Catering

Catering is provided from the Sunday dinner prior to induction week for all new first year students with the exception of new international students arriving for international induction when the catering provision starts from the Wednesday dinner prior to induction week. For returning students catering is provided from the Sunday dinner before Michaelmas term commences.

The catering provided will be breakfast (including cooked breakfast option), lunch and dinner every day, Monday-Sunday, for the duration of the undergraduate terms. Term dates are published here. Students remaining in residence during undergraduate vacation periods may be able to purchase additional meal tickets. Students may be required to obtain meals from a different college during vacation periods.

Students should always regularly check times with their college as changes to service may occur from time to time.

**En-suite rooms

A student who requires an en-suite room as a result of a disability as defined by the Equality Act 2010 and that this requirement for en-suite is supported by appropriate medical or diagnostic evidence, will not be charged the supplements for these facilities where both standard and en-suite facilities exist in their allocated College.

If you would like to find out about the financial support that may be available to you, please visit our undergraduate student financial support pages.