Presentation on theme: "ACCOMMODATION AT BIRMINGHAM CITY UNIVERSITY. What we offer The University owns or manages accommodation for over 1,800 students at eight sites across."— Presentation transcript:
What we offer The University owns or manages accommodation for over 1,800 students at eight sites across the city Students from outside Birmingham who make us their first choice and apply by the deadline are guaranteed a place in halls for their first year of study All halls have CCTV and 24-hour security patrols Student Assistants provide support and staff are available during office hours Public transport runs between halls and all University sites Adapted accommodation for those with special needs Prices include energy bills and basic internet package
Costs and facilities Oscott Gardens £112-£128pw (2012/13) 419 en suite rooms in the form of self-catering flats with five to eight bedrooms and a shared kitchen and lounge. Other facilities: > Laundrette > Bicycle racks > Limited on-site car parking > Secure entry system to each block. The Coppice £96.50pw (2012/13) Home to 432 students, with its rooms organised into six- bedroom flats with a shared kitchen, dining room and two bathrooms. Other facilities: > Laundrette > Bicycle racks > Limited on-site car parking > Secure entry system to each block. Hamstead Campus £95pw (2012/13) Rooms for 54 students within 16 acres of grounds. Each room has a hand basin and there is a shared kitchen, bathroom and dining area. Other facilities: > Laundrette > Badminton and table tennis rooms > TV room and bar > Chapel
Costs and facilities University-leased houses on Oscott Road and Wellhead Lane (City North Campus) £86.50-£98pw (2012/2013) There are 29 University-leased houses on Oscott Road and three on Wellhead Lane. The houses have two to four bedrooms: Other facilities: > Living room > Bathroom > Kitchen > Washing machine Location: Oscott Road is situated off Wellhead Lane, which is directly opposite the City North Campus.
What else? Once you have accepted your room offer ensure you complete the online induction as it provides lots of useful information and advice for living in halls All halls are non-smoking Bring your own bedding, towels, crockery, cutlery and cooking utensils If you bring a TV you will need a licence Upgraded internet services are available Large electrical appliances (fridge, freezer, heater) and candles are not permitted City North Campus - car parking is limited and applications can be made from 15 September Overnight visitors are permitted if pre-booked
How to Apply You can apply as soon as you firmly accept a course offer using our online application form You will receive unique application reference number which you should use in all correspondence with us Allocation of rooms begins early July for students with unconditional course offer Allocation for students with conditional offers will begin once exam results are known Accommodation not guaranteed for insurance/clearing applicants but we will endeavour to offer you a place
Further Information For full details see www.bcu.ac.uk/accommodationwww.bcu.ac.uk/accommodation Tel: +44 (0) 121 331 5191/5192 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org@bcu.ac.uk