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Brendon Court student accommodation

Brendon Court is accommodation for first year undergraduate students, in a great location close to everything you need on campus.

Key features of Brendon Court

Some of the benefits of living here include:

About this accommodation

126 first year undergraduate students live in Brendon Court, on campus.

Living here means you'll have Eat and Drink credit to spend on food and drink in any University-run places to eat, to save you always having to cook meals.

It is in the north of our Claverton Down campus, a two-minute walk to the Library and Students' Union.

To make you feel safe and at home, Brendon Court has a secure living environment, with swipe card access to the building. There's also secure bike storage nearby.

You don't have to walk far to do your washing, as there are several launderettes nearby.

The bathrooms and toilets in Brendon Court are communal, shared by about five students.

All of our University accommodation is smoke free.

Accommodation Prices

Find out how much it costs to live in Brendon Court and compare with our other undergraduate accommodation options.

Rooms in Brendon Court cost between £154 and £163 per week. There are 126 rooms in Brendon Court with 113 standard rooms priced at £154.

Living in Brendon Court you have £50 a week Eat and Drink credit charged on top of your weekly rent, which buys you at least two meals a day. Eat and Drink credit is charged for 33 weeks of the 38 week contract.


The bedrooms in Brendon Court give you everything you need to work, relax and rest.

A bedroom in Brendon Court

The bedrooms have:

  • standard 91cm x 183cm single bed with reading light
  • mattress protector
  • wash basin
  • a kettle and mini-fridge
  • desk, chair and drawers
  • high-speed Wi-Fi and ethernet so you can always be connected
  • plenty of storage for your belongings, including a built-in wardrobe and bookshelves

Images show typical Brendon Court rooms for illustrative purposes; individual accommodation may vary.

Kitchens and dining

Each floor has a communal kitchenette, perfect for cooking and socialising with your flatmates.

Kitchen in Brendon Court

The kitchenette has everything you need to prepare and eat meals including:

  • breakfast bar and stools
  • electric hob
  • oven
  • microwave
  • kettle
  • toaster
  • cupboard storage space
  • recycling facilities

Images show typical Brendon Court rooms for illustrative purposes; individual accommodation may vary.

Social spaces

Brendon Court has a large communal lounge on the ground floor, so you can relax and socialise with other residents.

Social space in Brendon Court

The lounge has:

  • sofa
  • bean bags
  • table
  • chairs

Images show typical Brendon Court rooms for illustrative purposes; individual accommodation may vary.

Floor plan

A typical bedroom floor plan for Brendon Court. This is an example, as bedrooms in Brendon Court vary significantly.

Brendon Court bedroom floorplan

Room numbers

Brendon Court is made up of one building with four floors.

There are between 21 and 39 bedrooms on each floor.

Your room details contain your building, floor and room number.

For example, the room number B2.02 means you are located in Brendon Court, second floor, room two.

Accommodation for students with disabilities

If you have a disability, there are four ground floor rooms in Brendon Court designed to meet your needs.

These rooms are within standard accommodation, located on the ground floor.

Three of the rooms have pull cords in the bathroom and all have grab rails in the shared bathroom.

We can make further adaptions to rooms if necessary.

For more information about the accessibility of these rooms and flats please contact the Student Living Team at or on +44 1225 383111.

Included in the accommodation package

The variety of benefits included in the price of your accommodation.

You are responsible for keeping your room clean and tidy.

Hall Representatives

At the start of the academic year you can elect a Hall Representative.

The Students’ Union supports Hall Representatives to organise social and community-building events.

Hall Representatives collect student feedback about living in the accommodation. They discuss this with the University and the Students’ Union to make sure your voices are heard.

Student Living Ambassadors

Settling into your new home at University, building relationships, cooking meals and cleaning with your housemates can be daunting, but your Student Living Ambassadors are here to help.

The Student Living Ambassadors are friendly faces to help out with any queries or concerns you may have, as well as running social activities and making sure you're aware of the latest events and updates.

They regularly check-in with you and your flatmates via Microsoft Teams calls. If you need help or advice with life in halls, you can schedule a one-to-one call with a Student Living Ambassador at any time by contacting

Find out if you're eligible to apply for this accommodation

Apply to live in Brendon Court


Speak to our accommodation team.