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Your guide to accommodation I really enjoyed my time in halls of residence. I made

Your guide to accommodation

Your guide to accommodation I really enjoyed my time in halls of residence. I made lots
Your guide to accommodation I really enjoyed my time in halls of residence. I made lots
Your guide to accommodation I really enjoyed my time in halls of residence. I made lots
Your guide to accommodation I really enjoyed my time in halls of residence. I made lots
I really enjoyed my time in halls of residence. I made lots of friends and

I really enjoyed my time in halls of residence. I made lots of friends and settled in to student life very quickly. University accommodation is ideal because it offers you a place to study, eat, sleep and socialise in safe, informal surroundings; a place where you can be at the heart of student life, but find your own space when you need it.

Michael Lewis, Psychology student.

you can be at the heart of student life, but find your own space when you

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Where will you be LIVING?

At Birmingham we offer a fantastic range of accommodation, all of which provides a safe, secure and sociable start to your university experience.

Whether you prefer the picturesque location of the Vale Village with a view over the lake, or to be closer to the campus in Pritchatts Park Village, there is something to suit your needs. Villages offer several different types of accommodation, ranging from en-suite study bedrooms to self-contained apartments, with the option of being self-catered or on our Meal Plan so that it fits into your lifestyle. All of our rooms have wireless internet access and IPTV. There is a team of staff on hand to help you 24 hours a day ensuring that you feel safe here.

Making the most of living with us For most people, making new friends is a huge part of the experience of living in University accommodation. To make sure you get the best out of your time with us, we encourage you to take part in the life and activities of the accommodation. There are numerous opportunities to get involved, from volunteering, participating in our ‘green’ initiatives, becoming an elected member of the Residents’ Association, becoming a Student Mentor or being part of our Welcome Team. There is something for everyone and the varying opportunities will enhance your experience, as well as providing you with a chance to meet new people. Other activities include events, trips, sports and the chance to be part of the social life of your accommodation, with the social centre in each village helping you to make the most of living in University accommodation and settle into student life.

LIVING LIVING is our Accommodation Service, designed to help you with all your accommodation needs during your time at Birmingham. Our team are on hand to answer any queries you may have regarding accommodation. You can contact the team either via phone or email or you can pop into LIVING which is located in University Centre on the Edgbaston campus.

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Freshers’ Guarantee Scheme The University guarantees a room in University or nominated bedspace in third party private provider accommodation to first-year undergraduates provided you have:

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Applied to our University through UCAS (not clearing)

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Have accepted our academic offer firmly

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Have submitted the accommodation application by 31 May 2014 (Home/EU students), or 31 July 2014 (International students)

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Confirmed by 1 September 2014 that you are coming to this University

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Come to Birmingham on your own (not with family or a partner)

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Applied for accommodation for a full academic year

Students holding Birmingham as their insurance offer should still apply and their application will be held until all guarantee students have been accommodated.

Postgraduate Guarantee Scheme The University guarantees a place in University accommodation to all first year postgraduate international and Non-UK EU students providing you have:

LIVING is open Monday to Friday, 9.00am–5.00pm (from 10.00am Tuesdays) Tel: 0121 414 8000 Email: living@contacts.bham.ac.uk

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Accepted our academic offer firmly by 1 September 2014

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Submitted the accommodation application by 31 July 2014

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Come to Birmingham on your own (not with family or a partner)

 

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Applied for accommodation for a full academic year

‘Wherever you choose to live, it will be a memorable, amazing time of your life. The people around you and the great range of things to do will make you feel right at home’

Paul, 3rd year English and Drama.

around you and the great range of things to do will make you feel right at

If your application does not fall under one of the above guarantee schemes you are still strongly encouraged to apply for accommodation. In practice, LIVING is usually able to offer accommodation to most applicants, and where this is not possible you will be advised of the other options available to you. If you are coming to Birmingham with a partner, we have a small number of double studio apartments which are ideal for a couple.

Our accommodation is offered on a 42 week or 50 week contract basis (for postgraduates). If you only require accommodation for part of the academic year then you are still encouraged to apply, however students applying for a full year’s accommodation will take priority.

If you would like information about living in the private sector, LIVING will be happy to provide advice.

the private sector, LIVING will be happy to provide advice. Keep in touch Follow us on

Keep in touch

Follow us on Twitter @livingatbham and Facebook www.facebook.com/ birminghamaccommodation to ask questions, see deadline reminders and to help you find other students who you’ll be living with.

You can also view 360° tours of our accommodation at:

www.birmingham.ac.uk/accommodation

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Choosing your accommodation

It is important you spend time choosing the right accommodation for your first year at Birmingham. Our wide range of accommodation types ensures we can provide accommodation for all needs and budgets.

we can provide accommodation for all needs and budgets. We offer a wide variety of accommodation

We offer a wide variety of accommodation types; ranging from single study bedroom accommodation based in cluster flats sharing kitchen and bathroom facilities, en-suite accommodation, where each bedroom has its own bathroom but flats share kitchen facilities, and studios and apartments, where residents have exclusive use of a kitchen and bathroom.

Meal Plan or Self-catered? Once you have chosen your accommodation type, you should consider whether you would like self-catered accommodation or if you want to take a Meal Plan (see page 4 for more information) which is provided at the Vale Village. Self-catered accommodation is available across all villages.

Single study bedroom, en-suite or studios and apartments?

Once you have decided which type of accommodation you would like, and whether

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Single study bedroom From £82 per week

you want Meal Plan or not, you then have a number of different options available to you,

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En-suite study bedroom From £126 per week

across our three villages. Each village is described over the next few pages, and there

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Studios and apartments From £180 per week

is a summary table at the end to help you with your choices.

Apply online
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table at the end to help you with your choices. Apply online ‘I lived in Maple
‘I lived in Maple Bank in my first year – it was my first choice

‘I lived in Maple Bank in my first year – it was my first choice because of its location on the Vale. I loved the friendly atmosphere that came from living in a block with lots of other students.’

Lucy, Second Year International Relations

students.’ Lucy, Second Year International Relations As soon as you have your offer of a place

As soon as you have your offer of a place to study here you can apply for our accommodation. You can apply online at www.birmingham.ac.uk/ applyaccommodation

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The Vale Village

The Vale Village is home to nearly 3000 undergraduate students and provides a wide range of accommodation to suit all needs and budgets.

The Vale Village is centred on the Hub,

which is the home of the Meal Plan, offering

a restaurant, café, bar and convenience store,

as well as Hub Help, a reception service for the Vale offering assistance 24 hours a day, 365 days per year.

The Vale Village, set in beautiful parkland, is just a short walk from the University campus.

It is made up of six individual residences,

centred around the lake. The Vale is home to Vale Fest, a student-run summer festival full of music, food, comedy and fun after the exams are over. It also hosts a huge fireworks display over the lake, each year in November.

Meal Plan Meal Plan is a flexible and convenient way to eat at the University of Birmingham. During term time your Student ID card is credited with a set weekly food budget which can be spent at The Hub or at the many catering outlets on campus, from sandwich bars to cafes to takeaway outlets. Approximately half the students on the Vale take up Meal Plan, providing an excellent opportunity to socialise with your new flatmates and reducing the time spent food shopping, cooking and washing up.

The Hub is undergoing significant redevelopment during the Summer of 2013 to enhance both quality and variety of the food offer and also providing some excellent new venues to socialise in.

Single study bedroom accommodation

Aitken Aitken is made up of 23 houses and flats housing 147 students. Each single
Aitken
Aitken is made up of 23 houses and flats
housing 147 students. Each single study
bedroom has a wash hand basin, with
shared kitchen/dining rooms, and shared
bathroom facilities.
Maple Bank
Home to 435 students across 87 flats.
Each flat has five study bedrooms, a shared
kitchen/diner, and shared bathroom and
toilet facilities.
Self catered
With Meal plan
With Meal plan
Weekly fee £81
£116
Weekly fee £135
Total fee
£3,420
£4,866
Total fee
£5,650

‘I lived on the Vale and loved being catered. There was so much choice and being able to just swipe your card to pay was simple. Perfect when you don’t want to cook!’

Jamie, Third Year Human Biology

don’t want to cook!’ Jamie, Third Year Human Biology Tennis Courts Located opposite the Vale Village

Tennis Courts Located opposite the Vale Village and accommodates 694 students in single study bedroom accommodation. Flats range between four and six bedrooms, with shared kitchen and lounge, and shared bathroom facilities.

 

Self catered

With Meal plan

Weekly fee £106

£136

Total fee

£4,445

£5,691

Postgraduate Accommodation (Centre Court)

 

Self catered

Weekly fee

£111

Total fee (50 weeks)

£5,568

Accommodation (Centre Court)   Self catered Weekly fee £111 Total fee (50 weeks) £5,568

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En-suite study bedroom accommodation

Elgar Court Houses 236 students across 40 flats. Each flat has five or six en-suite study bedrooms, with a shared kitchen and dining area.

Self catered

Weekly fee £132

Total fee

£5,530

Mason Accommodates 840 students in 159 flats. Each flat has five or six en-suite study bedrooms and shared kitchen and dining areas.

 

Self catered

With Meal Plan

Weekly fee £141

£176

Total fee

£5,925

£7,375

Shackleton Shackleton accommodation is situated above The Hub and houses 350 students in Meal Plan accommodation. Each flat has between two to eight study bedrooms and a shared kitchen and dining area, with the majority being en-suite.

With Meal Plan

Weekly fee £172

Total fee

£7,240

Tennis Courts Tennis Courts en-suite accommodation houses 103 students in the newest developments on the Vale. Flats have between four and six en-suite bedrooms, with a shared kitchen and lounge.

Self catered

Weekly fee £133

Total fee

£5,580

Self catered Weekly fee £133 Total fee £5,580 ‘I’ve loved every minute of living in Elgar

‘I’ve loved every minute of living in Elgar and the Vale has definitely become my home from home. Living in halls has allowed me to meet a huge variety of people and it’s been a great place to spend my first year away from home!’

Rosie Bentley, First year BSc Physiotherapy

Studios and apartments

Bentley, First year BSc Physiotherapy Studios and apartments Shackleton Shackleton features 15 self-catered studio
Bentley, First year BSc Physiotherapy Studios and apartments Shackleton Shackleton features 15 self-catered studio

Shackleton Shackleton features 15 self-catered studio apartments, which are available to both undergraduates and postgraduates on a 42 week and 52 week contract basis.

 

Standard

Double

Weekly fee £192

£217

Total fee

£9,600

£10,855

Mason Mason offers 36 self-catered studio apartments, including some larger apartments, which are available to both undergraduate and postgraduate students on a 42 or 50 week contract basis.

 

Standard

Large

Weekly fee £230

£246

Total fee

£11,510

£12,330

fee £230 £246 Total fee £11,510 £12,330 The Student Mentor Scheme provides advice and guidance to

The Student Mentor Scheme provides advice and guidance to students living in University accommodation. Student Mentors will support you when you arrive and help you to settle into University life. They can help with a wide range of issues including shared living, your academic course, financial matters and your general wellbeing whilst living and studying at the University.

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Selly Oak Village

The Selly Oak Village is located adjacent to the south west of the Edgbaston campus, next to the Selly Oak high street with its numerous student amenities.

‘Jarratt Hall provides a strong sense of community, whilst located conveniently in the centre of Selly Oak - the closest hall to the University campus.’

Jarratt Hall is home to over 700 undergraduate and postgraduate students. It is the closest residence to the University; with the Edgbaston campus just a five minute walk away. It is also situated in the heart of Selly Oak, which is home to much of the student population, offering plenty of choice for bars, cafes and eating out, as well as having supermarkets close by. Jarratt Hall has a small social room on site with TV/games equipment available.

Jarratt Hall En suite study bedroom accommodation

Weekly fee £126

Total fee

£5,280

Postgraduate Accommodation

Weekly fee

£133

Total fee (50 weeks)

£6,645

Samuel, Jarratt Hall R.A President 2013–14 Jarratt Hall
Samuel, Jarratt Hall R.A President
2013–14
Jarratt Hall

Pritchatts Park Village

Pritchatts Park Village is located adjacent to the north west of the Edgbaston campus, and accommodates students in a variety of residences with a popular Social Centre at its heart.

The Pritchatts Park Village accommodates nearly 800 students across four self-catered residences and is only a ten minute walk from campus. The Social Centre provides a great space for you to relax and get to know your fellow residents, offering a large lounge with a bar, large screen

television, games facilities, vending area, quiet study zone, ATM as well as the main reception for the village. Pritchatts Park is conveniently located close to University train station, and is close to the popular Harborne village, a lively area full of bars, cafes and restaurants.

Studios and apartments

‘Living in Pritchatts House for my first year was great- Having a large flat meant that I got to know people really quickly in Fresher’s Week which really helped me settle in.’

Milly, Third year Music

I got to know people really quickly in Fresher’s Week which really helped me settle in.’

Pritchatts Road houses The Pritchatts Road houses consist of four converted properties offering 55 exclusive single and double studio apartments. These studios are very popular with postgraduates and mature undergraduates and are offered on a 50 week basis.

 

Small

Medium

Large

Superior

Weekly fee

£180

£194

£209

£230

Total fee (50 weeks) £8,980

£9,690

£10,455

£11,475

Pritchatts Road Houses
Pritchatts Road Houses

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Single study bedroom accommodation

Ashcroft Ashcroft is made up of four accommodation blocks close to the Metchley sports pitches. 198 students live in 33 flats, each offering six single study bedrooms, a shared kitchen and diner and shared bathroom facilities.

Weekly fee £82

Total fee

£3,425

Pritchatts House This is centrally located near to the Social Centre and accommodates 163 students in single study bedrooms with hand-wash basins. Each flat contains between 15 and 18 study bedrooms, a shared kitchen and dining area and shared bathroom. Communal areas are cleaned on daily basis, Monday to Friday. There are also a number of duplex flats where the residents of two single bedrooms share shower and toilet facilities.

 

Single

Duplex

Weekly fee £96

£100

Total fee

£4,015

£4,200

The Spinney Six houses and twelve flats are offered in The Spinney, providing accommodation for
The Spinney
Six houses and twelve flats are offered
in The Spinney, providing accommodation
for 104 students in single study bedrooms
around an attractive, landscaped area.
Each flat or house has between five
and eleven study bedrooms, a shared
kitchen and dining area and shared
bathroom facilities.
Weekly fee £100
Oakley Court
Oakley Court offers 21 flats built around
a beautiful, landscaped courtyard. The flats
range between five and thirteen single study
bedrooms, with a shared kitchen and diner
and shared bathroom facilities, with
communal areas cleaned on a twice-weekly
basis. In addition, there are a number
of duplex flats where the residents of
two single bedrooms share shower
and toilet facilities.
Total fee
£4,180
Single
Duplex
Weekly fee £111
£118
Total fee
£4,665
£4,935

Privately owned purpose built student accommodation

In order to maintain the Freshers’ Guarantee Scheme, the University has entered into agreements with private providers to supplement University stock.

with private providers to supplement University stock. Residents’ Associations (RAs) are elected students who

Residents’ Associations (RAs) are elected students who represent you when you live in University accommodation. They represent you on issues around accommodation but also on your academic course and other aspects of university life. Each committee manages a budget to help with this, contributed to by a small percentage of your accommodation fees.

These bed spaces form part of the Freshers’ Guarantee Scheme and you may be allocated one of these rooms in your first year. These providers work very closely with the University to ensure that the cost and range of facilities and support provided is similar to what you would receive if living in University accommodation. LIVING will manage your application and allocation but you will receive your offer of accommodation which will include a contract from the private provider. The accommodation has good commuter links with the campus and city. A shuttle bus service runs between campus and some of these sites.

Metchley Hall Self-catered studio and apartments with TV provided. For further information please refer to www.birmingham.ac.uk/accommodation

Liberty Court Self-catered, en-suite accommodation. For further information please refer to www.libertyliving.co.uk

Weekly fee Total fee (50 weeks)

£185

Weekly fee

£115

£9, 250

Total fee

£4,830

 

Liberty Gardens Self-catered accommodation with shared facilities. For further information please refer to www.libertyliving.co.uk

Victoria Hall Self-catered, en-suite accommodation. For further information please refer to www.victoriahall.com

 

Weekly fee

£110

Weekly fee

£126

Total fee

£4,620

Total fee

£5,295

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Next steps

You can apply for accommodation as soon as you have your offer of a place to study here. You will need your student ID and an email address to apply.

All accommodation is allocated on the basis of the date of application. Some accommodation is inevitably more popular than others, therefore first choice accommodation cannot always be guaranteed. You are therefore encouraged to apply for your accommodation as soon as possible as this will increase your chances of getting your first choice accommodation.

Accommodation offers are sent out by email once you have fulfilled the entry requirements for your place at Birmingham and you have accepted your place. You can expect to receive your offer in August, within 14 days of having confirmed your place. Students whose places at Birmingham are unconditional can expect to receive their offers in June or July.

Clearing, insurance and late applicants should still apply as soon as possible for their accommodation, but your application may take longer to process once you have confirmed you are coming to Birmingham.

A £550 pre-payment will be required to secure your accommodation when you receive your offer. This is not a deposit; it will be deducted from the overall accommodation cost. You can then opt to pay for your accommodation in full, or in instalments. (This applies to University accommodation only. Third party private providers of accommodation deposit and payment information will follow with your offer, if appropriate).

For more information on fees please visit www.birmingham.ac.uk/students/ accommodation/pay-fees.aspx

Further information

Student support The University welcomes students with disabilities and offers support to make sure that students with disabilities can take full advantage of a university experience whatever your support needs. Within the accommodation there are some adapted flats suitable for students with disabilities. We positively encourage you to tell us if you have a disability in order to ensure the most appropriate accommodation is offered to you. We can also offer the opportunity to ‘sample’ accommodation in some cases to ensure that it is appropriate, before accepting the offer. In addition, car parking is available at most sites for students who are blue badge holders. For further details visit www.birmingham.ac.uk/accommodation and www.birmingham.ac.uk/students/support/ disability to register your particular needs, or contact LIVING to discuss your requirements in more detail.

Universities UK Code of Practice The Universities UK (UUK) Code of Practice sets out the principles for the provision and management of our student residences and is fully supported by the University of Birmingham. All University-owned student residences comply with the regulations set by the Code. The Code establishes a set of standards and undertakings about our management practices and the relationship between the University of Birmingham and customers throughout their stay with us. It covers, among other matters, health and safety, maintenance and repair, and relationships between managers and you, our student tenant.

accommodation/Codeofpractice.aspx Apply for accommodation as soon as you get your offer of
Apply for accommodation as soon as you get your offer of a place to study
Apply for
accommodation
as soon as
you get your offer of
a place to study at Birmingham
(Usually from December onwards)
Guarantee Scheme
Application Deadlines
Freshers – 31
Postgraduates –
May
31 July
Offers of
accommodation
are made once you have fulfilled the
conditions of entry and
confirmed your
place at University (Usually in August)
Your accommodation
is confirmed
once you have paid your prepayment
(Usually August/September)

Car parking The University has a very limited number of parking spaces on its residential sites and therefore you are not encouraged to bring your own vehicle. You are not permitted to park vehicles at Jarratt Hall, except for blue badge holders by prior arrangement with reception for drivers who require access to a mobility parking space.

The Vale Village and Pritchatts Park Village have a limited number of mobility parking spaces which operates on the same basis as Jarratt Hall above.

In addition, the Vale Village and Pritchatts Park Village have a limited number of parking spaces for which permits are available from reception. There is for a termly or annual charge for permits at the Vale. Please note this operates on a first come first serve basis due to the limited availability of parking spaces. Visitors parking permits are also available.

Summary of accommodation 2013–14

Room types

Name of accommodation

Location

PG

UG

Cost per

Total cost

Contract

Parking***

Wheelchair

week*

length**

adapted

Single bedroom with shared facilities (self catered)

Tennis Court

Vale Village

   

£106

£4,445

42

weeks

(limited)

 

Tennis Court (centre court)

Vale Village

 

£111

£5,568

50

weeks

(limited)

 

Maple Bank

Vale Village

 

£81

 

£3,420

42

weeks

   
 

Ashcroft

Pritchatts Park Village

 

£82

 

£3,425

42

weeks

(limited)

 

Oakley Court

Pritchatts Park Village

 

£111

 

£4,665

42

weeks

(limited)

 

Pritchatts House

Pritchatts Park Village

 

£96

 

£4,015

42

weeks

(limited)

 

Pritchatts House (large)

Pritchatts Park Village

   

£158

£6,635

42

weeks

(limited)

 

The Spinney

Pritchatts Park Village

   

£100

£4,180

42

weeks

(limited)

 

Liberty Gardens

Third Party

   

£110

£4,620

42

weeks

 

(Meal Plan)

Aitken

Vale Village

   

£135

£5,650

42

weeks

(limited)

 

Maple Bank

Vale Village

   

£116

£4,866

42

weeks

   

Tennis Court

Vale Village

   

£136 & £140

£5,691 & £5,891

42

weeks

(limited)

 

Shackleton

Vale Village

 

£151

 

£6,350

42

weeks

   

Shackleton (large)

Vale Village

   

£157

£6,605

42

weeks

   

Duplex – two sharing one bathroom (self catered)

Oakley Court

Pritchatts Park Village

   

£118

£4,935

42

weeks

(limited)

 

Pritchatts House

Pritchatts Park Village

   

£100

£4,200

42

weeks

(limited)

 

En suite

Elgar Court

Vale Village

   

£132

£5,530

42

weeks

(limited)

(self catered)

Mason

Vale Village

 

£141

 

£5,925

42

weeks

 

Tennis Court

Vale Village

   

£133

£5,580

42

weeks

(limited)

 

Jarratt Hall (standard)

Selly Oak Village

 

£126

£5,280/6,290

42/50 weeks

 

Jarratt Hall (large)

Selly Oak Village

 

£133

£5,580/6,645

42/50 weeks

 

Jarratt Hall (new build)

Selly Oak Village

 

£133

£6,645

50

weeks

   

Victoria Hall

Third Party

   

£126

£5,295

42

weeks

(limited)

 

(Meal Plan)

Mason

Vale Village

   

£176

£7,371

42

weeks

 

Shackleton

Vale Village

   

£172

£7,240

42

weeks

   

Apartments and studios for one person (self catered)

Mason (standard apt)

Vale Village

 

£230

£9,670/11,510

42/50 weeks

   

Mason (large apt)

Vale Village

 

£246

£10,350/12,330

42/50 weeks

   

Shackleton (studio)

Vale Village

 

£192

£8,080/9,600

42/50 weeks

   
 

3, 7, 9, 11 Pritchatts Road (studio)

Pritchatts Park Village

 

£180

£8,980

50

weeks

(limited)

 

Metchley Hall (studio)

Third Party

 

£185

£9,250

50

weeks

(limited)

 

Metchley Hall (one bed apt)

Third Party

 

£269

£13,450

50

weeks

(limited)

 

Apartments and studios for couples (self catered)

Mason (standard apt)

Vale Village

 

£230

£9,670/11,510

42/50 weeks

   

Mason (large apt)

Vale Village

 

£246

£10,350/12,330

42/50 weeks

   

Shackleton (apt)

Vale Village

 

£217

£9,115

42

weeks

   
 

Shackleton (apt)

Vale Village

 

£217

£10,855

50

weeks

   

3, 7, 9, 11 Pritchatts Road (medium)

Pritchatts Park Village

 

£194

£9,690

50

weeks

(limited)

 

Pritchatts Road (large studio)

Pritchatts Park Village

 

£209

£10,455

50

weeks

(limited)

 

7 Pritchatts Road (superior studio)

Pritchatts Park Village

 

£230

£11,475

50

weeks

(limited)

 

Metchley Hall (two bed apt)

Third Party

 

£300

£15,000

50

weeks

(limited)

 

* The costs per week (rounded to the nearest

whole £) should only be used as a guide

as the accommodation fees are calculated

on a daily rate.

** 50 week contracts are only available to PG

students except for Shackleton, Mason and

Metchley Hall apartments, where they are

available for both UG and PG students.

*** Parking is limited and there may be a separate charge. There is limited parking at The Vale. However parking spaces are for students with special circumstances. Please

apply for a permit from The Vale Reception

upon your arrival in September.

DISCLAIMER:

Although this information was correct at the date it was published, details and other conditions are subject to revision from time to time. Services may be added, changed

or withdrawn, and we do try to amend this

information as soon as changes occur.

Please visit www.birmingham.ac.uk/

accommodation for up to date information.

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Key for sites

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The Vale Village

a. Maple Bank

SC SH SC EN EN ST SC EN ST SC SH EN SC SH
SC
SH
SC
EN
EN
ST
SC
EN
ST
SC
SH
EN
SC
SH

b. Elgar Court

c. Shackleton

d. Mason

e. Tennis Court

f. Aitken

2
2

Pritchatts Park Village

a. Pritchatts House

SC SH DU SC SH SC SH SC SH DU SC ST
SC
SH
DU
SC
SH
SC
SH
SC
SH
DU
SC
ST

b. Spinney

c. Ashcroft

d. Oakley Court

e. 3, 7, 9, 11 Pritchatts Road

3
3

Selly Oak Village Jarratt Hall (Dale Road)

SC
SC
EN
EN
4
4

Third Party Accommodation

 

a. The Beeches (Liberty Living) B15 2NL

SC
SC
SH
SH

b. Victoria Hall (Grange Road) B29 6BL

SC
SC
EN
EN

c. Metchley Hall

SC
SC
ST
ST
5
5

The Barber Institute

8
8

LIVING –

6
6

Accommodation

Guild of Students

Services,

7
7

Munrow Sports Centre

University Centre

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Car parking

Pritchatts Road (near Vincent Drive)

North car park (North Gate) South car park (South Gate)

Key for room facilities

EN DU ST
EN
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Meal Plan option

Self cateredMeal Plan option

En suite

Shared bathroomEn suite

Duplex (one shower/one toilet between two) Studio