It’s really important to us that you feel at home during your time here. From the moment you arrive, our teams will be around to help you collect your key, meet new people and get settled in. This is what makes living in halls different from living in a shared house or private accommodation.
Our team of Residential Advisers or ‘RAs’ are current students who will help you settle in to your accommodation, be a friendly face throughout your stay, and promote a sense of community. They are also responsible for organising social events to make sure that you feel at home and make friends.
Living in halls extends far beyond your corridor or block. We have spaces where you can get together and socialise with people from across halls.
Health and wellbeing
After a long day on campus you’ll want your gym to be close by. City Living has a University gym just a stone’s throw away, meaning it’s easy to fit your exercise regime around your course and social activities.
The University’s Security Team and Residence Life Team keep our halls safe and secure. Our 24-hour receptions mean there is always someone to call if you need to.