New Students - Studying with University of Exeter
The Penryn Campus is shared and jointly managed by University of Exeter and Falmouth University in an arrangement that is unique within the UK. With over 4000 students studying here there’s a great community feel and access to state of the art facilities. The majority of University of Exeter students study at the Penryn campus, with a limited number based at Truro.
The University Living brochure 2017 below, provides information on the accommodation options available to students studying with the University of Exeter.
The University Living Brochure will be updated in spring 2018
Please also see the Halls of Residence page for detailed information about each residence.
Applying for Accommodation
Applications will open at midday on Monday 9th April 2018.
In order to complete an application you must have accepted and confirmed the University of Exeter as your first choice.
We offer a guarantee of accommodation in university owned, managed or approved accommodation to the following students;
- A UK, EU or international undergraduate applicant who has firmly accepted an offer to study at University of Exeter – Penryn Campus as their first choice university and will be entering into Year 1
- A Study Abroad or Erasmus student studying at University of Exeter starting in September
- An International postgraduate applicant who has firmly accepted an offer to study at University of Exeter – Penryn Campus as their first choice university.
You must apply for accommodation by the published deadline to be guaranteed a bed space within our accommodation.
Whilst we try to allocate students their preferred choice of accommodation we cannot guarantee that we will be able to offer all students their first choice and therefore recommend that all available options are put in an order of priority.
Contact length and costs
All contracts are set for a period of 40 weeks, beginning on 15th September 2018 and ending on 22nd June 2019.
Click on the below table to view accommodation costs for 2018/19:
If you are made an offer of accommodation you will be sent an accommodation agreement (contract). It contains the terms and conditions that apply to living in University accommodation in conjunction with the Halls Regulations and Resident Handbook.
The contractual information shown below is from 2017/18. Contractual information for 2018/19 will be updated in spring 2018.