Accommodation

Our free accommodation service is there to help all students find a place to live whilst studying at the College. If you have a question about housing issues, problems with your landlord, homelessness, tenancy or council tax, we can help.

What are my accommodation options?

Aged 18 or over and a full-time student?

You could consider Hotwells House, our halls of residence. Located close to Clifton and the Bristol Harbourside, you’ll have a fantastically central base from which to experience the best of Bristol’s restaurants, cafes, bars and clubs. Single rooms are available in shared flats, which have communal lounge and kitchen areas.

Aged under 18 and a full time student ... or aged 18 or over and looking for accommodation with meals provided?

Lodging with a host family might suit you best. We have a list of great local families who are happy to take students in. All have been DBS (formerly CRB) checked, and our staff visit all host family accommodation to check that accommodation is of a good standard.

Aged 18 or over and want to live in a shared house with other students?

A shared house may be best for you. In a shared house, you usually rent a bedroom and share kitchen and bathroom facilities with other occupants in the household, often students. This type of accommodation is not always easy to find, and competition can be quite intense. It’s advisable to follow up on any rooms you see advertised as soon as you can. Rental prices are in the region of £80 per week for a single room, and this is usually exclusive of bills. We can help by advising you where to look for advertisements and we can also tell you where we have visited addresses in the past to ensure rooms meet minimum standards.

How do I apply?

You can apply now by completing and submitting the student accommodation request form.