University of Bath

Choose your student accommodation options

Look at our student accommodation to help you decide where you'd like to live, on campus or in the city.

Students enjoy a cup of tea in their kitchen
Students enjoy a cup of tea in their kitchen

Living in University accommodation

Become part of a great student community that will make you feel like the University of Bath is your home away from home. You can live on the campus or in the heart of the city, in catered or self-catered accommodation.

Our accommodation is specially designed with all students in mind. You can pick somewhere to suit your budget and your lifestyle.

If you have a disability or medical condition, let us know and we'll consider your needs when we look at accommodation applications.

No matter where you are, you're never far from transport links with regular buses between campus and the city centre.

Self-catered accommodation

If you choose self-catered accommodation, you can cook for yourself and your flatmates in a communal kitchen.

Postgraduates can only apply for self-catered accommodation.

Catered accommodation

If you're an undergraduate you can apply to stay in catered accommodation. Here, you'll be able to use Eat and Drink Credit to buy yourself meals from the range of eateries on campus.

Choosing your accommodation options

If you are an eligible first year undergraduate student and apply by the 1 July deadline, we can guarantee you accommodation.

The number of options you have will vary based on your course, level of study and offer status.

When you apply, you will be selecting preferred room types, like en-suite, standard, shared, etc. rather than specific buildings.

We’ll do our best to place you in your preferred room type, but we cannot guarantee this.

Safe and secure

Bath is considered one of the safest cities in the world and our campus is safe too.

In 2017, the University was ranked third for good security in the Times Higher Education Student Experience Survey. We have also been accredited by the Association of Chief Police Officers as a secure environment. If you live in our accommodation, you will often see our Security team on patrol.

Secure accommodation

You can only access your accommodation with your specially programmed library card and keys. This system helps to keep you and your belongings safe. There is also CCTV on campus, in public areas of accommodation and around the University.

Insurance as part of your package

You will get contents insurance that covers your property against fire, theft and damage.

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Undergraduate accommodation

If you are an eligible first year undergraduate and apply by the 1 July deadline, you are guaranteed accommodation.

On campus

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Off campus (City centre)

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Accommodation for mature students

If you are 21-years-old or over, you qualify as a mature student.

You will need to choose five room types when applying for accommodation.

We have three specially selected areas that you can apply for if you'd like to live with fellow mature students:

We cannot guarantee that all residents of these areas will be mature students.

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Postgraduate accommodation

If you are a UK or EU postgraduate you will need to choose five room types when applying for your accommodation. As an overseas postgraduate you will need to choose seven room types.

University managed self-catered accommodation

Hello Student managed

Postgraduates can apply for Hello Student accommodation:

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Postgraduate accommodation video

MA Contemporary European Studies, exchange and visiting students

If you are an MA Contemporary European Studies, exchange or visiting student, you will need to choose two room types when applying for accommodation.

You can choose between two city centre locations:

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Pre-sessional English students

If you are on a 5-week summer pre-sessional English course, you can apply to live in Westwood on the University campus.

If you are on a 10-week course, you can choose to live in either Carpenter House or The Exchange, both in the city centre.

You will need to apply for your undergraduate or postgraduate accommodation separately.

The exception is if you are a postgraduate student choosing to stay at The Exchange. If you stay here for your pre-sessional English course, you will stay here for your postgraduate degree too.

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Accommodation for couples

We also have accommodation available for couples.

You can stay in double bed studio apartments, flats or bedrooms in the following locations:



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Find out how to apply for student accommodation

If you've got all the information you need to make your decision, find out what you need to do to apply for accommodation.

Read about the accommodation application process