Paying for accommodation
To accept your offer of UWE Bristol accommodation and secure your room you will be asked to pay a deposit of £250. Offers will be sent from April onwards. It is important to budget for this, as payment will be required before student loans or grants have been paid into your account. Your deposit will be held against any damage caused or attributable to you.
If you decide you are no longer coming to the University or you lose the offer of a place on a course, we will refund the deposit, provided that you contact Accommodation Services by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org before the end of August.
You can choose how you pay your accommodation fees from the following options:
- Three termly instalments in: November, February and May
- Eight monthly instalments from October through to May
- One full instalment by September – before choosing this option you must be sure that sufficient funds will be available to cover full payment on the due date. A full instalment cannot be collected by Direct Debit, so online payment must be made by debit/credit card or by cheque.
If you are going to be reliant upon a student loan please note that loan payments are usually made to students in three termly instalments, and we would advise that you choose to pay your fees in three instalments. If you are in receipt of a bursary or if parents are helping with fees, monthly instalments may be the best option.
City centre accommodation
Although not managed by the University, we accept all applications for Marketgate, Drake House, Transom House, Blenheim Court and Phoenix Court. These are passed to Unite, who will issue a tenancy agreement, arrange for the collection of the rent and deal with all other day-to-day management issues.
International students have the option of paying rent in full or in two instalments.
Unite will require a deposit when you accept the offer of accommodation. You can choose to pay in three payments or eight payments, or in one full instalment by September. Full details will be sent with your offer of accommodation.
Helpful information like our accommodation guide, which has supportive information on the accommodation acceptance process. View accommodation documents.