Living independently for the first time is daunting and choosing where to live is even more stressful. Hopefully I’ll be able to address any concerns you might have in this blog!
How do I apply?
You’ll receive an email telling you how to apply for accommodation after accepting your offer from Edge Hill University. Then you’ll get login details for the Accommodation portal, where you’ll choose five accommodations in preference order.
The accommodation at Edge Hill University is award-winning and great value for money, so it’s just a matter of which accommodation is best for you!
You can request same-sex, quiet, or alcohol-free rooms. However, your preferred accommodation may not have those halls. For example, you may want to live in Graduates Court and alcohol-free accommodation. Graduates doesn’t have alcohol-free halls. Therefore, you’d have to choose between living in Graduates or alcohol-free accommodation elsewhere.
I loved living in Founders Court because it was close to my lessons. However it was further away from other facilities. Therefore, if you’d prefer to be central to everything, you should consider Main Halls or Back Halls. Check out the campus map to see where your lessons will be based and other parts of campus in relation to the accommodation you’re considering.
Our most expensive accommodation is relatively cheap compared to other Universities, but can be outside people’s budget. Thankfully, there’s a variety of accommodation at different prices. Back Halls is an economical optio ith shared bath room, kitchen, and large social space all for £60 a week. If you’d prefer an en-suite, Forest Court has en-suite options for £105 a week. Neither accommodation has TVs in their rooms (used for games consoles and watching TV if you own a TV license). Luckily, every other accommodation has TVs in their room (and en-suites); priced at £125-140 a week.
If you haven’t already, come to an Applicant Visit Day/Open Day to check out the accommodation! Additionally, you can compare our Halls of Residence online, with images of all accommodation. Also, adapted rooms are available.
Hopefully choosing accommodation is seems a bit less scary. I was worried before I moved in, so hopefully that’ll be comforting if you’re feeling anxious.
If you do have any questions, pop a comment down below!