Coronavirus 2020 June update: You can apply for University accommodation from 12 noon on Monday 15 June 2020. Residences contract dates will align with the revised start date for the 2020/21 academic year, with Orientation Week now due to begin on September 14. International and EU students coming from countries who would have to quarantine for 14 days on arrival in the UK will be offered two weeks' free accommodation at all our halls of residence prior to the start of Orientation Week, i.e. from 31 August to 13 September.
Once you apply we’ll be in touch regarding any changes and updates to government guidance which may affect student accommodation. We will be putting in place social distancing where this is required. Please make sure your email address and contact details are up to date in OASIS.
Where your arrival is prevented and you have already signed your lease, you will be able to cancel it with 28 days notice.
We do not take a deposit, but you will be asked to make a prepayment of rent when you accept your room offer. If you cannot attend due to Coronavirus restrictions in your home country, or the UK, the prepayment will be refunded.
Your room is a great place to start your university journey.
It is a space filled with potential to meet new people, the place to run a movie marathon, learn to cook or share a pizza with your flatmates. It’s your private space where you can study or kick back at the end of a long day.
All our rooms have a bed, desk, drawers and plenty of sockets. Some are en suite, depending on what you choose.
It’s more than a room - it's your new home.
If you have any questions in the meantime, check out the FAQs below, or email email@example.com
We have the perfect room for you. Four halls and lots of room types - from en suites to doubles, single rooms to bedsits. Find your new home here.
What can you afford? How much space do you need? En-suite or a shared bathroom? Single or double? Bike store or parking? We can help you decide.
The whole application process step-by-step, how long it takes, what happens when - right through to paying your rent.
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You've packed and you're ready to move in, so here's what you need to do to collect your keys.
Accommodation policies and handbooks, essentials like the lease and the rent, all the FAQs in one place and some handy 'How to' links.
We know applying for halls can be confusing. So we've listened to your questions and prepared some answers. Remember, we're here to help you every step of the way.
Answers about our halls of residence, from security and WiFi through to bike storage, bills and parking.
How to apply for accommodation in detail, what information you need to give us, and what happens next.
Useful information about how to accept your accommodation offer, what happens if you miss the 14 day deadline, and more.
What to do on arrival day - how, where and when to collect your keys so you can move into your new room.
Help about paying the rent including how and when you pay, how much and where to make your payments.
What to do about special needs, the facilities, can you share with friends, what happens at Christmas and more.
Questions and answers to help you if you are coming to live in Abertay student accommodation from outside the UK.
It's vibrant and cosmopolitan, but also friendly, compact and affordable.
The first UK city to be awarded UNESCO City of Design status, Dundee has a rich history of innovation and creativity, and, in recent years, has become a hub for the digital industries.
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The city's waterfront is currently undergoing a £1bn regeneration project. This now includes the impressive V&A Museum of Design. As a student at Abertay, you will be living in Dundee during the most ambitious cultural and physical development in a generation.