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Student Accommodation at University Centre Bishop Burton

University Centre Bishop Burton (UCBB) will be your home from home.

Living in UCBB's student village is a great way to meet people. It also means you’re only ever minutes away from your lectures, social events and our sports facilities.

You can choose either self-catered or half-board halls, both of which give you access to:

  • Ensuite bathroom
  • Free parking
  • Free WiFi
  • Free gym membership
  • Laundry facilities, which you can pay for with an app
  • Shared kitchen with a fridge, kettle, toaster and microwave, whichever room you choose.

If you opt for our self-catered halls, you’ll also have access to a full oven and a hob.

If you choose half-board, you’ll get £1,000 food card included in the cost to spend within our catering outlets. Perfect if you don’t fancy cooking every day!

We want you to feel as happy and safe as possible whilst you’re living with us, so we have 24-hour security on campus and access to the halls is by swipe card or key only. We also have CCTV in operation across the site, which covers the front doors of our halls of residence.

Please note that the room and kitchen style varies depending on the accommodation type.

How much does it cost to live on campus?

For the 2023/24 academic year, half board rooms will cost £6,262, which includes £1,000 food card. Self-catering rooms will cost £5,475.

To complete your application, you will need to pay a reservation fee of £250. This £250 is converted to a damage deposit and is held until the end of the academic year.

Portable Appliance Testing

To make sure that everyone living on campus is safe, we organise Portable Appliance Testing, which takes place during the first term. This costs £2.50 per item, which will be deducted from your room deposit at the end of the year.

How do I apply?

Have you decided you'd like to live on campus? Once you have accepted a place with us you'll be able to apply for your room online.

Frequently asked questions

When do applications open?

How are rooms allocated?

Is the accommodation open all year?

What happens on weekends?

What furniture is in each room?

What's provided in the shared kitchens?

What do I need to bring with me?

How do the food cards work?

Can I get my post sent directly to the College?

How do I need to pay?

What happens if I decide to leave student accommodation before the end of the academic year?

What if I have another question?

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