We have halls of residence dedicated just to higher education students. All degree student rooms are en-suite and contain a bed, desk, set of drawers and a wardrobe. There’s plenty of free parking and you’ll have free WiFi access too.

You’ll also have access to laundry facilities, which you can pay for using card or an app on your phone. No need to worry about collecting coins!

Students have their own licensed bar, as well as the numerous eating establishments on campus, and there are a wide range of evening and weekend activities, meaning you will never be bored.

Student making tea in college accommodation kitchen

As part of the package, resident students also have access to our gym and Bishop Burton fitness classes.

Free parking is available and the site has 24 / 7 security throughout the year. Our friendly team of wardens will also be on hand so that you have everything you need for your stay at Bishop Burton to be a truly wonderful experience.

Accommodation is provided throughout the academic year but does not include college holidays.

Choosing your Room

When it comes to choosing your room, you have two options – half board or self-catered.

The half board option includes £1,000 food card which can be used at any of the food outlets on campus. Within half board halls, students have access to shared kitchen facilities which include a fridge, kettle, toaster and microwave.

Alternatively, you can choose the self-catering route. In self-catered halls, students have access to a full kitchen including oven, hob, microwave, kettle, a large shared fridge and lockable cupboards. Students must provide their own crockery and cooking utensils if they wish to use these facilities. No food card is provided.

Cost

For the 2020 / 21 academic year, half board rooms will cost £5,733, which includes £1,000 food card. Self-catering rooms will cost £5,012.

Apply for University Centre Accommodation

Decided you'd like to live on campus? You can apply now for your room using our higher education accommodation application form.

Please note that accommodation should only be applied for once you have been offered a place to study at Bishop Burton College and have accepted it.

Students socialising in college accommodation

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