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Availability of Apply and Track: 25 – 26 August

We are carrying out planned maintenance on Friday 25 August and Saturday 26 August. This means at times, you may become disconnected from Apply. Please do not make any changes to your application during the following times:

  • 07:30 – 08:00 on Friday 25 August
  • 07:30 – 08:00 on Saturday 26 August
  • 14:00 – 15:00 on Saturday 26 August
Track will also be unavailable between 09:00 – 11:00 on Saturday 26 August.

Conservatoire accommodation

First year students often choose to live in halls of residence, but there are other student accommodation options available. Find out more here.
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Check out the 'Accommodation' section of our video wall for all the insider info, advice, and tips you'll need about student accommodation.

How to find the right accommodation for you

When it comes to finding a place to live during your studies, make sure you do your research and think about what’s important to you. Here are some key things you'll need to consider:

  • Check conservatoire websites – they'll have information about the various accommodation options available to you, such as halls of residence close to campus.
  • Think about private student accommodation – these are similar to halls of residence, but you won’t always be living with people who go to your conservatoire. There may also be different facilities available, and you might have more freedom as to what you can and can’t bring with you. Private halls are often owned by companies who build halls of residence near higher education providers all over the country, so a quick internet search will provide you with reviews on a national scale.
  • Read the small print – most accommodation providers have strict guidelines and rules on what you can and can’t bring/have with you. There might be other important things you’ll need to know too, like parking restrictions and health and safety issues.
  • Check what bills you’ll need to pay – the cost of living in halls of residence usually includes electricity and water bills, but you’ll still need to pay for things like insurance and a TV licence.
  • Consider the essentials – you'll need things for your bedroom and kitchen. If you move into halls of residence, check what's there already so you don't buy things unnecessarily.
  • Watch virtual tours – see what the campus and facilities are like from the comfort of your home!
  • Find out about Unipol’s National Codes – make sure your accommodation is up to standard. These codes ensure what’s advertised is what you will get, repairs are made on time, and good general management.
  • Look after your deposit – money.co.uk share everything you need to know about how to protect your deposit in their guest blog.