Choosing where you live is an important decision. So start your journey with our room finder to help you choose the ones that are right for you.
Whatever accommodation you choose it’s just a short walk to lectures
I lived in Turing; and it was a lovely accommodation. There was a great view of Canterbury Cathedral from our kitchen window and the window in my room looked out on to a nice patch of greenery so I could watch the rabbits go past. It was peaceful and calming, I’d meet a few friends on the way and we’d walk together to lectures.
Of course if you're not sure where to start, or want to take a look at all we have on offer, then view our options below:
We have a wide range of undergraduate rooms available including en-suite and part-catered options.
Most postgraduate students choose Woolf College but we also have studio flats elsewhere on campus.
We'll find the best room available to match your needs from our range across campus.
Compare prices for all our accommodation options including the annual total and weekly equivalent.
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What advice would I give to new students? Be excited! This is a new chapter for you, so you should be ready to explore what being on campus is all about, as it may not be exactly what you expect. So be excited, and keep an open mind.
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Dhvni and Pratigya show you around their 5 bed Park Wood House on the Canterbury campus.
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