We know that finding the right type of accommodation is very important. We have options to suit everyone, these include:
University halls of residence
Halls of residence are buildings managed by the university and let exclusively to students. Typically students living in halls share a kitchen with three to eight other people but have their own private study bedroom. The majority of our halls have a private bathroom in each individual bedroom. Self-catering and catered halls of residence are offered in Brighton and Eastbourne. If choosing catered halls, breakfast and an evening meal from Monday to Friday during term time is included in your cost and offered at the university's restaurant
Houses that are owned privately but managed by the university and let exclusively to students. Typically houses have between three and six bedrooms with a shared kitchen and bathroom facilities.
Private rooms or apartments
If you choose to rent in the private sector, we can help you find somewhere to live and people to live with. Find out more about living in private accommodation and how we can help.
Our homestay scheme allows you to live in a house with a family, a couple or single person in the local area. With our homestay scheme, you pay your rent to the university and stay with a host family or person. Homestay offers both catered and self-catered options.
Help finding accommodation
In your first year at the university you can choose between living in our halls of residence or finding private accommodation. We have teams of advisers who can help you with both. If you have any questions you can email the accommodation office email@example.com.
For guidance about accommodation available to international students, please visit the UKCISA website.