Your tuition fee status will dictate whether you are guaranteed accommodation or join the random allocation process without any guarantee.
UK, EU and Island fee status students
If you have a firm academic offer and a UK, EU or Island fee status you will be eligible to apply for halls but we are unable to guarantee a university residence place. If your application is received and confirmed with an email receipt by 15 July 2017 it will join a random allocation process. The majority of places are allocated to UK, EU and Island fee status students who have firmly accepted an academic offer and submitted their accommodation application to deadline.
Students who live in the European Economic Area or British Overseas Territory
If you live in one of the European Economic Area states or a British Overseas Territory and have been assessed with a home, EU or Island fee status, you are eligible to apply but we cannot guarantee you a room. If you’re in any doubt, you can check with our admissions team via firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you live in one these areas and believe other circumstances should be considered, please contact the accommodation service at email@example.com so that we can make an assessment of your situation.
International students (outside the EU, EEA or BOT)
If you are classified as an international student for tuition fee purposes, make us your firm choice, and apply for university accommodation by 15 July 2017, we will guarantee you a university residence room for your first year of study.
Students who made us their insurance choice or apply through Clearing
If you make us your insurance choice for a Brighton based course, or apply through Clearing you will not be eligible to apply for university residences like halls, but we will help you to find affordable private rented sector housing.