Halls for current students
We have availability in selected halls and university-managed houses for second, third and fourth-year students returning in September. The prices below are for the 2023/2024 academic year.
- Choose from blocks and halls reserved exclusively for returning students
- Book individually or reserve a flat with your friends
- Hall rent packages include your utility bills, contents insurance and travel on the Brookes buses
- The contract lengths and yearly prices are based on the contracts starting in September 2023 - for contract lengths and yearly prices starting at any other time, please contact email@example.com for more information.
Announcement Prices for 2023/24 are now live. Current student hall bookings open Tuesday 14 February, 10am (Warneford, and Cheney Gatehouse), and 2pm (Canterbury House, Champneys, Edna Rose and Sinnet Court; and Thursday 16 February, 10am (Parade Green), and 2pm (Westminster, Friar Court)
Preparing and booking
- If you already live in a Brookes hall or house, make sure your rent payments are up to date.
- Make sure you can log into the Accommodation Portal. Check this before bookings open!
- When bookings open, log on to the Accommodation Portal and go to ‘application/booking’. Follow the steps to select and reserve your room.
- Brookes halls are reserved immediately once you have completed the online process. If you book a partnership hall, the hall provider will contact you by email to finish the booking process. This is usually within a week of you reserving the room on the Portal.
University-managed and A2 Dominion halls do not require advance payments, your first payment will be your first rent charge. Cheney Gatehouse requires a separate £200 damage deposit. Parade Green requires advance payments. Please check the webpage for each hall to see what you’ll need to pay.
Living with friends
Pairs or groups of friends are welcome to live together in halls for their second, third or fourth year.
You’ll all need to book your rooms individually but you can choose the same flat. The first person who books a room will need to share the flat number with their friends. For example, if you book Westminster A1A, they can ensure they also book into flat A1 (A1B, A1C and so on).
Students with a medical condition or disability
- If you are planning to book a standard room without any specialist equipment, you can reserve these through the Accommodation Portal via the standard process.
- The majority of rooms available in halls are en suite. You will be able to select the specific room you want. Contact us if you want a specific floor or a smaller-sized flat and we can advise you which rooms fit your needs.
- If you’ll need a non-standard room or specialist equipment please contact your disability adviser.
News Prices shown are correct at the time of publishing and are subject to change.