We are proud to offer you some of the best university accommodation in the UK
Whether you’re an undergraduate student and it’s your first time away from home, or a postgraduate student with a family, we can help find the right accommodation for you.
Our Halls of Residence
If you’re looking for the full student experience, staying in our Halls of Residence is a great way to meet new people and become part of university life.
We've got more than 4,000 rooms available in nine different halls – meaning we can accommodate all our first year undergraduate students – while our team of residential officers live onsite to help you settle in from the moment you arrive.
Most of our rooms have ensuite bathroom facilities - so you don't have to share your bathroom with other students – and you can see what our current students think about the accommodation on offer by watching the video above.
How much does university accommodation cost?
Your rent at most of our Halls of Residence will include bills such as heating, lighting, personal insurance and internet. Prices range from £80 per week to £155 and you can visit our accommodation website for more information on rent.
When you should apply for accommodation
If you're thinking of starting a course with us in September 2013, you can apply for accommodation from February 2012. Online booking closes at the beginning of June for undergraduate students, and the end of July for international students. Undergraduate students, who meet the deadline and pay the deposit, will be given their room of choice.
How you apply for accommodation
We have specially adapted rooms to cater to the needs of disabled students. Please contact our Accommodation Team so we can ensure that any special arrangements are taken care of prior to arrival.
Our international students have a range of options, including short-term accommodation - designed to help you find your feet in Leeds before you choose a property.
Private rented accommodation
This can be the perfect option if you’re looking for a more independent environment with a smaller groups of friends, or bringing family members with you to university.
Free help in finding the right type of rented property for you is available through the housing charity Unipol Student Homes.