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Accommodation

Whether you’re a new starter or a returning student, our Accommodation Services team can help you find somewhere to live in Birmingham.

We offer accommodation in University-owned and private Halls of Residence at various locations throughout the city, and work with private companies to supply accommodation close to our city centre campuses.

Accommodation includes standard and en suite rooms suitable for undergraduate students. For students with special requirements we have accessible purpose-built rooms at some of the Halls of Residence.

Find out more about how to apply, or contact us with your queries.

Accommodation application form

Our online application is now open for students who will be studying with us in 2014/15.

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Halls of Residence

Oscott Gardens

Ideally located* for students studying at City North.
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The Coppice

Ideally located* for students studying at City North.
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Wellhead Lane

Ideally located* for students studying at City North. Wellhead Lane Family Houses >>

City South

City South is ideally located* for students studying one of our health courses.
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clv birmingham is ideally located* for students studying at Birmingham Conservatoire. clv birmingham >>

Jennens Court

Ideally located* for art, design, media and technology courses based at Parkside and Millennium Point.
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Unite Students - Curzon Gateway

Ideally located* for art, design, media and technology courses based at Parkside and Millennium Point.
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Aston Student Villages

Ideally located* for art, design, media and technology courses based at Parkside and Millennium Point.
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*We cannot guarantee to allocate students to the halls closest to the faculties.

Birmingham City Student Homes

The University also supports students in finding accommodation through Birmingham City Student Homes, a student-focused letting agency, owned and operated by Birmingham City Students’ Union.

The not-for-profit agency only deals with reputable and accredited landlords and aims to offer students reliable, safe and decent accommodation.