Accommodation at UCA Canterbury

Our halls of residence

Our halls are all self-catering. Each bedroom has a bed, a wardrobe, a desk and a chair. Bring your own bits and bobs to make the place feel more homely.

Ian Dury House

  • On-campus location
  • Nine flats, each housing six students
  • Single study en-suite bedrooms
  • One flat designed for disabled use.

Explore a 360 degree tour of typical rooms in Ian Dury House:

Hotham Court

  • Flats of two, four, five and six single study bedrooms
  • Mix of en-suite and shared facilities
  • Short walk to campus (30 minutes), city centre (20 minutes), and large supermarket (5 minutes).

 

View a 360 degree tour of typical rooms in Hotham Court:

  • There are two wardens living at the complex, if you need help out of hours
  • There are no parking facilities on-site
  • All bedrooms and shared areas are heated
  • We’ll provide an ironing board, vacuum cleaner, broom, dustpan and brush, and mop and bucket in each flat
  • You’ll need to bring pots, pans, cutlery, crockery, kitchen utensils, tea towels, towels, sheets, pillow(s), and a duvet (and cover) or blankets
  • We operate a no-smoking policy in all our residences and buildings
  • Internet access is included in the residence fees.

Fees for our halls vary depending on your level of study and the type of accommodation you choose.

Our terms and conditions of residence tell you more about the accommodation agreement between us, including things like services provided, payment and responsibilities.

How to apply

If you think Canterbury may be the right campus for you, you can find out more about how to apply or simply get in touch. Our dedicated team are here to help make your move as smooth, comfortable and enjoyable as possible - so you can focus on getting stuck into student life.

Phone: +44 (0)1227 817 380
Email: canterburyaccommodation@uca.ac.uk

Please note that accommodation is limited (164 rooms). We give priority to new students starting a full-time course, and whose home address is furthest away from the campus. Some rooms may become available during the year and we operate a waiting list for these.

if you’re not successful, or you choose not to go into halls, we can help you look for private accommodation.

More information

Our accommodation at UCA section gives you more advice about choosing a place to live while you are studying with us, as well as information on how to apply for halls, our allocations policy and choosing private accommodation. It's likely that many others have asked the same questions as you. Check if our accommodation FAQs can give you the answers. If you still can't find what you're looking for, or you’d prefer to chat something through, please get in touch with our Accommodation team.

Accommodation terms & conditions

Our terms and conditions of residence tell you more about the accommodation agreement between us, including things like services provided, payment and responsibilities.

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