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Accommodation

New city centre 2016/17 accommodation
Artist's impression of Alumno

Coming soon for 2016/17... New accommodation for 659 students at the Ashted Locks formerly No1 City Locks development on our City Centre Campus.

More about Ashted Locks formerly No1 City Locks

Whether you’re a new starter or a returning student, our Accommodation Services team can help you find somewhere to live in Birmingham.

We offer accommodation in University-owned and University partner Halls of Residence at various locations throughout the city, and work with private companies to supply accommodation close to our city centre campuses.

Accommodation includes standard and en suite rooms suitable for undergraduate and postgraduate students. For students with special requirements we have accessible purpose-built rooms at some of the Halls of Residence.

Find out more about how to apply, or contact us with your queries.

Accommodation application form

The online accommodation application for students who will be studying with us from September 2016 will be available from 1 March 2016. To book your accommodation you will need to accept Birmingham City University as your firm choice.

Apply for accommodation

Birmingham City University

Returning Students who require accommodation at The City North Student Village during 2016/17 the online application process is now available.

Please Note: If you require accommodation for 2015/2016, please email the Accommodation Team accommodation@bcu.ac.uk and they will assist you.

Offers for Ashted Locks formerly No 1 City Locks accommodation

We can now confirm the official name for No 1 City Locks is Ashted Locks. All room offers for Unconditional Firm Applicants will be confirmed for this property during week commencing 11 April 2016. If you have any queries regarding this update please contact a member of the Accommodation Team.

Important Dates

  • All students who hold an Unconditional Firm offer and have applied for accommodation will be allocated from 4 April 2016.
  • All students who hold a Conditional Firm offer and have applied for accommodation will be allocated from 18 August 2016.
  • Closing date for UK/EU student accommodation applications is 31 July 2016.
  • Closing date for International Student accommodation applications is 31 August 2016.

Halls of Residence

Oscott Gardens

City North Student Village - Oscott Gardens

Ideally located* for students studying at City North.
Oscott Gardens >>

The Coppice

City North Student Village - The Coppice

Ideally located* for students studying at City North.
The Coppice >>

Opal 1

My Student Village: Birmingham (clv)

Ideally located* for Birmingham Conservatoire students.
My Student Village >>

Jennens Court

Jennens Court

Ideally located* for our City Centre Campus (Parkside, Millennium Point and Curzon Building). Jennens Court >>

No1 City Locks

Ashted Locks formerly No1 City Locks

Ideally located* for our City Centre Campus (Parkside, Millennium Point and Curzon Building). Ashted Locks >>

City South accommodation

City South

City South is ideally located* for students studying one of our health courses.
City South >>

The Heights

The Heights

Ideally located* for our City Centre Campus (Parkside, Millennium Point and Curzon Building).  The Heights >>

*We cannot guarantee to allocate students to the halls closest to the faculties.

Birmingham City Student Homes

Birmingham City Student Homes The University also supports students in finding accommodation through Birmingham City Student Homes, a student-focused letting agency, owned and operated by Birmingham City Students’ Union.

The not-for-profit agency only deals with reputable and accredited landlords and aims to offer students reliable, safe and decent accommodation.

Living in Student Accommodation - Hannah's Story

Hannah's Blog

"Like anyone else, I was also nervous about moving away from home and having to do a lot for myself."

Not sure what to expect from living in student accommodation?
First year student Hannah shares her experience on living in halls over on our blog. 

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