Accommodation available

If you are a full time student looking for good quality, affordable, all inclusive accommodation, close to the St John’s Campus, then look no further!

This year, the University has reserved a number of student shared properties in the local area, specifically for continuing students, enabling them to take advantage of some of benefits that it has recently been able to negotiate for new students joining the University.

Here are just a few of these:

  • No retainer

Unlike dealing direct with private landlords, the University will not charge you a fee to hold the room – cutting your upfront costs down by around 50%!

  • All inclusive utilities

Having all of your bills already accounted for makes budgeting easy, and you will not need to worry about whose turn it is to top up the electricity meter, or hefty bills arriving through your letter box!

  • Individual Agreements

You do not need to fear the dreaded joint tenancy with us, as the University only ever issues individual agreements!

  • Termination

Unlike private landlords, should you find yourself in a position where you are unable to continue your studies at the University, the University will release you from your agreement. You will only pay for the nights that you stayed in the accommodation. With a private landlord you will normally be held to the end of your tenancy whether you are studying or not!

In addition to the above, we also offer free gym membership, contents insurance, unlimited Internet access, together with the flexibility to move to other University Managed Accommodation should you wish to do so.

What’s not to like – Call now on 01905 855300, or email accommodation@worc.ac.uk for further information

**PLEASE NOTE THAT WE ONLY HAVE LIMITED AVAILABILITY AND THEREFORE APPLICATIONS WILL BE DEALT WITH ON A FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED BASIS**

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