Private accommodation

You may wish to rent a property from a private landlord or agency during your time at the University.

Advice if you're looking for accommodation

Are you currently looking for private accommoation? Accommodation and tenancy independent advice is available via The Advice Place.

Find out where to search for accommodation, what to look for, how to save money and what scams and practices you should avoid.

Visit the EUSA Advice Place - Accommodation


Our health and wellbeing services can provide support for your physical and mental health, even if you are not living in University accommodation.

These services include:

  • the Chaplaincy
  • Student Counselling
  • Student Disability Services

Find health and wellbeing support services

If you're staying in private accommodation and need to self-isolate, we have provided further guidance and advice on our self-isolation webpages:

Self-isolating while staying in private accommodation