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Accommodation

One campus, everything you need. From your room to your lectures in under 10 minutes.

You're guaranteed a room*

Your new home from home

Our 2,300+ on-campus rooms have something for everyone. And you're literally minutes away from everything you need.

You can live on campus throughout your studies, so you’re at the heart of the action – with easy access to all lectures, the gym and the Students’ Union.

Plus, all new full-time undergraduate students are guaranteed a single-person room within our University owned, managed or directed accommodation if you sign up by 1 October.

We have a range of exclusive offers for current undergraduate and postgraduate students who'd like to live on campus in 2023-24, with prices starting at £122 per week. Find out more about our returners’ offers.

Westfield Court

Westfield Court is the newest and most exciting development on campus specifically designed for student life. With contemporary living and social spaces and a wide range of accommodation options, it has everything you need to complete your student experience.

  • From £148.40 P/W
  • 41, 43 or 51 weeks
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The Courtyard

The Courtyard is a vibrant living environment, ideally placed both for getting to lectures and for making the most of University life, day and night. It's only a stone's throw from our award-winning students’ union, our new £17-million sports facilities at The Allam Sports Centre and our state-of-the-art library.

  • From £163.24 P/W
  • 41, 43 or 51 weeks
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Taylor Court

Taylor Court is one of the most established and close-knit communities, offering the best value for money on campus with a collection of en-suite rooms overlooking a gated courtyard.

  • From £148.40 P/W
  • 43 or 51weeks

Our accommodation guarantee

All new full-time undergraduate students are guaranteed a single-person room within our University owned, managed or directed accommodation if you sign up by 1 October.

There is no on-campus provision for families and the University does not offer childcare.

How to apply

  • New students

    If you’ve selected Hull as your firm choice with UCAS, you can apply for your accommodation now.

    Insurance applicants

    If you’ve selected Hull as your insurance choice with UCAS, you can register an expression of interest in our accommodation.  When you accept Hull as your firm choice, you’ll be sent an email with more information on how to apply for accommodation.

    Clearing

    If you're joining us through Clearing, you’ll be able to apply for accommodation once your offer has been confirmed and accepted. We'll send you an email with more information on how to secure a room as soon as your application has been processed.

    All email correspondence will be sent to the personal address you have registered with UCAS.

  • Returning students

    We have a range of exclusive offers for current students who'd like to continue to live on campus during their studies. Find out more about our special deals and reserve your accommodation online.

  • Postgraduate students

    Once you’ve accepted an offer to study with us, an email will be sent to the email address registered with the University to advise you how to access our accommodation portal to secure your accommodation.

    When you’ve made your choice, you’ll be asked to accept a residence contract to confirm your booking.

    On-campus accommodation is single person only and there is no on-campus provision for families and the University does not offer childcare.

    Hull University Union have advice on student accommodation.

  • International students

    Once we have been informed of your application to the University we will send you an email inviting you to register for an account. Once this has been validated (which should take no longer than 48 hours), you will receive a confirmation email and be able to view and apply for your accommodation.

    Once you’ve made your choice, you’ll be asked to accept a residence contract to confirm your booking.

    On-campus accommodation is single person only. There is no on-campus provision for families and the University does not offer childcare.

     Hull University Union have advice on student accommodation.

Preparing for your arrival

  • What do I need to bring?

    Travel light! You can always pick up other things that you need later. Bring some home comforts and everything from this list.

    • Important paperwork – passport, driving licence, letters from the University and the Student Loan Company, bank details, NHS card
    • Bedding – duvet and cover, pillows and pillowcases, mattress protector. We've partnered up with UniKitOut who can provide bedding packs which are delivered directly to Hull ready for your arrival. Use the code HULL10 at the checkout to receive 10% off all orders.
    • Clothing – be selective, remember that you'll still be here in the winter. And don't forget the hangers!
    • Towels
    • Plates, glasses, mugs and cutlery
    • Pans, utensils and anything else that you need to whip up a good meal. We'll provide you with cooking facilities (cooker, microwave, toaster) and fridge and freezer space
    • Laptop – plus charger and extension cables
    • Books and stationery
    • Medicines – make sure you're stocked up with any prescribed medication and don't forget paracetamol and cold remedies
    • Toiletries – you can buy most of these when you arrive, so ditch the heavy bottles and only pack the essentials
  • What do I need to do before I arrive?

    There are a few things worth doing before you arrive. Ticking these off the list early will give you time to concentrate on the more exciting things that Welcome Fest has in store:

    • If you watch live broadcasts from a TV in your room or use the BBC iPlayer, you need a TV Licence. You can find out more and order yours from the TV Licensing website.
    • All University accommodation comes with basic personal possessions insurance. Take a look at what's covered and consider if this meets your needs.
    • You probably already have a bank account, but you may get extra services with a student account so research the best deal for you.
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