• Current students

    Hall options

    Students can choose to live in our university accommodation throughout their studies. We have rooms available throughout our halls and in selected university-managed houses for students returning in September. Rooms are booked on a first-come, first-served basis.

    Bookings for September 2019 will open in February 2019.

    Living in halls in your second, third or fourth year

    • Blocks specifically for you - we set aside specific accommodation for existing students so you won't be living in a flat with first-year students. You can book your room individually or block book a flat with a group of friends
    • Hassle-free package - our halls package includes utility bills, basic contents insurance and free travel on the Brookes buses
    • Easy payment options - you can pay your rent in instalments to coincide with your student loan 

    Applying to come to Brookes?

    Information for new students »

    • You can book our halls and housing online via the Accommodation Portal. Rooms for current students are offered on a first-come, first-served basis. If the property you want is booked by someone else, you may wish to check back later for cancellations.
    • We recommend that you check you can log into the Accommodation Portal successfully before booking opens, as you may need to reset your password.
    • Please note that if you have any outstanding rent payments due, you will not be able to book accommodation for next year until these have been paid.
    • For our third-party halls you will need to book directly with the provider - please see the halls list below for more information.

    Booking Confirmation Fee
    You do not need to pay a deposit for any of our halls. For university-managed accommodation you only need to pay a £230 booking confirmation fee. This is non-refundable but will be credited against your first rent payment when you move in. Our third-party halls also require a reservation fee. The fee varies so please check the terms and conditions on the individual hall pages for further details.

    • You will all need to make your bookings individually but you can choose rooms in the same flat subject to availability.
    • We recommend that you agree which flat and rooms you want and then make your bookings at the same time. For example, you decide that you want to live in Flat C so you agree that you will book room 1 and your friend will book room 2.

    If you require a standard room without any specialist equipment, you should apply for a room through the Accommodation Portal. The majority of rooms available are en suite. You will be able to select your specific room and whether you prefer ground floor.

    If you require a non-standard room or specialist equipment please contact your disability adviser.