Canterbury student accommodation
Five key facts on student accommodation in Canterbury
- 5,400 rooms available
- 20% of the accommodation is priced under £4,500 per annumn
- Over 85% of our rooms are self-catered
- Since 2010, we invested over £120m in refurbishing our accommodation
- If you apply before the 31st July and meet all of the eligibility criteria, you will be offered a room.
To cook, or not to cook – your student accommodation options
You have three catering options available to you on campus. You can live in self-catered, Bed and Bistro, or Bed and Flex accommodation.
Self-catered accommodation means that you will prepare your own meals, even if this means indulging in one of our on-campus catering outlets occasionally. Whereas, with our part-catered options (Bed and Bistro or Bed and Flex) breakfast and dinner will be included during term-time only, taking the stress out of your first year of University.
Our Bed and Bistro accommodation package means you will have breakfast and dinner in Keynes College, Dolche Vita, Monday to Friday and enjoy meals at Rutherford Dining Hall at the weekends, during term time only.
Our Bed and Flex accommodation package means you get £8 a day to spend on food in a variety of catering outlets across campus, during term time only. This package gives you the freedom to try a wide range of food.
Virtual tours of student accommodation in Canterbury
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The contact details you provide when applying for accommodation at Turing College, Keynes flats and houses or Woolf College, at the University of Kent, will be shared with UPP (University Partnerships Programme) a private accommodation partner. UPP will only contact you for any accommodation related matters during your stay in the accommodation.
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