Accommodation at the University of Surrey International Study Centre
Student Accommodation Options
You can live in allocated student accommodation, or you can arrange your own accommodation. Whichever option you choose, you will find that living with others is the best way to experience student life.
Why Should I Live in University-managed Accommodation?
Staying in University-managed accommodation, you will find it easy to settle in and feel at home when you move to Surrey. Share with students studying different courses, from all over the world. University-managed accommodation is the ideal place to make great new friends.
Options to Suit You
Choose from our range of self-catered student housing to suit all budgets. Arranged in Courts of Residence, they give you a living space to make your own. You will find them within easy reach of the International Study Centre, whether you get here on foot or by bus.
Manor Park is a car-free student village in an area of wonderful natural beauty. Here you will find over 1,800 en suite rooms 20 minutes’ walk from Stag Hill campus. Manor Park has a cafe and it is easy to get to the Olympic-standard facilities at Surrey Sports Park from here.
Stag Hill campus is the main site, close to all the main campus amenities. Guildford town centre is a ten-minute walk away.
Hazel Farm is only two miles from Stag Hill campus, and a little over three miles away from the International Study Centre. It is an ideal choice if you are looking for a more affordable option. A regular, free bus service takes you to and from campus.
What is Included?
Broadband and personal belongings insurance
- Bed, desk and chair, reading lamp, bookshelf and clothes storage
- Cooker, fridge, freezer, microwave, kettle, toaster, iron and ironing board
- Communal TV room (except Bellerby Court)
Most apartments are mixed gender but single-sex apartments are available in most Courts. All communal areas and bedrooms are non-smoking.
Bedding is not supplied. You can buy bedding packs from the University’s online shop. You will also need to supply your own cutlery, crockery and kitchenware.
What Do I Need to Know?
Please secure your accommodation before arriving in the UK to study. This will ensure that you have no difficulty confirming your course at immigration or police registration (if required).
How Do I Book My Room?
Request accommodation when you apply for the International Study Centre.*
- Confirm your place at the International Study Centre. Our accommodation team will then contact you with your University Student ID and an invitation to apply for accommodation online.
- Apply for accommodation online. The University will then send you a room offer.
- Accept the room offer by signing and returning the Occupancy Agreement to the University and making all due payments. Please read the University of Surrey’s terms & conditions and accommodation cancellation policy.
To find out about our current options, contact the International Study Centre Accommodation team at email@example.com.
Guideline weekly rent 2017/18
|Type of Accommodation
||Budget rooms on Stag Hill Court and at Hazel Farm
||Basic single rooms on Guildford Court and at Hazel Farm
||Standard single rooms Twyford Court, Cathedral Court, Battersea Court, Surrey Court, Stagg Hill Court, University Court
||Ensuite rooms at Twyford Court, International House, University Court, Millenium House, Bellerby Court, Manor Park
||Enhanced ensuite rooms at International House, University Court, Manor Park
Accommodation is subject to availability. The cost shown is intended as a guide only and subject to change. The cost of your room will be confirmed in the tenancy agreement.
Independently Arranged Accommodation
You may be under 18 at the start of your course, and wish to arrange your own accommodation outside of the University. In this case you will need to provide an address to the Admissions Centre before you can be confirmed on the ISC course. Students over 18 are also encouraged to provide the Admissions Centre with their private address details.