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Apply For Accomomodation at Booth Hall

We guarantee to make an offer of ABHSC accommodation to all full-time undergraduate students studying at our campus for the first time.

We offer a straightforward step-by-step guide to the application process and so please take the time to review this when making your application.

Step 1

Registering Your Interest

At this initial stage, students need to register their interest and confirm that the details presented are correct. You will also be able to declare details of a disability to us at this point if you wish to do so.

Once you have submitted a registration of interest, you will receive an email confirmation from our Accommodation team.

This email will include the next steps for your application.

* Remember to check your junk/spam folder in case the confirmation email has been moved there.

This is only an initial registration of interest at this point, until you receive an email invitation to Stage 2.

Step 2

Making Your Application

Once you have registered your interest (if eligible), you will receive an email to confirm it and the steps you need to take.

* Remember to check your junk/spam folder in case the confirmation e-mail has been moved there.

When applying for a room you will need to:

Review the terms and conditions of the accommodation contract - you can download the accommodation agreement in the menu on this page.

All of our rooms are on a 48-week licence and all rooms have en-suite facilities. All rooms are charged at £7,000 per year.

It is essential that you are able to make payment for your accommodation for the full contractual period inc 48 weeks. Once the application has been accepted you will be legally obliged to pay for the room. There are no refunds for periods of absence from your accommodation such as illness, field trips, school placements or for early completion of academic commitments.

A room will be only be confirmed and a contract formed once a student has completed all three stages of the application process. You will receive an email from the Accommodation team which confirms the formation of the contract.

Step 3

Confirming Your Payment

At this stage, you will need to pay your initial accommodation fees.

We will confirm how to pay your accommodation fee and you may need a valid debit or credit card.

Please request to make your bond & First Instalment payment.

Once you have completed Stage 3 you will receive an email from the ABHSC confirming that you have now formed a contract with ABHSC for a room at Booth Hall, this will be allocated prior to arrival.

Useful Information

How much does it cost

The price of our accommodation is £7,000 plus £1,000 bond per year. We run a 48 week rental agreement, covering the full years study – which is equal to £145.83 per week.

Our accommodation guarantee

We will make an offer of ABHSC approved accommodation to all full-time students provided they:

  • have accepted an offer of a place at ABHSC.
  • will be studying at ABHSC for the first time
  • require the accommodation for a full letting period inc 48 weeks
  • complete your accommodation contract within the required time: inc where to return and how
  • select a room and pay the pre payment of rent within the required time
    • Pre selection of rooms is not an option allocated prior to arrival
    • Pay deposit & first instalment prior to arrival so that confirmation email can be sent

Non-guaranteed accommodation

If your application falls outside the conditions of our accommodation guarantee, whilst you are still welcome to apply, you will not be guaranteed accommodation. If we are unable to offer accommodation and / or to meet specific requests, we will help you to find accommodation locally.

International Applicants

All international students are guaranteed accommodation in our Campus student halls as long as you are in your first year of study and apply before the deadline.

International student accommodation contracts are all 48 weeks.

For more information on arriving at ABHSC and living in the UK as an international student, please see our moving in pages.

How is accommodation allocated?

We try to ensure that accommodation places go to those who will get the most from the experience of living in a residential community of students.

Whilst we try to accommodate single sex flats this cannot be guaranteed.

Disabled Applicants

We are committed to equality and diversity. We give special consideration to students with disabilities and we have a number of accessible rooms to accommodate your needs.