Don't panic! There are a range of living options available to students after their first year.
Returners' rooms are fully booked for 2013/14!
From your first year to your final year University accommodation has got so much to offer, and this year a large number of students have applied to stay in our residences for a further year.
Whilst you are still able to make an application at this stage, it will not be processed but will be held on our records in case the situation changes.
In the meantime there is plenty of alternative accommodation in the private sector from purpose-built accommodation to shared houses and flats.
Check out Studentpad for a full list of available options.
Rent freeze for 2013/14
The University of Exeter is pleased to announce that, after working closely with the Students' Guild, over 3000 bedrooms will have their rents frozen for the 2013/14 academic year.
We are committed to offering value for money accommodation and supporting student hardship issues, and more than 800 bedrooms will see their rents decrease, taking the number of bedrooms with rents below £100 per week to 750.
Rents will start at £98 per week.
What are the benefits?
- All-inclusive rents.
- Great locations.
- WiFi is on its way!
- Apply on your own or with friends.
- A range of rooms and contract lengths.
- University accommodation is easy to arrange, and there's no guarantor required
Remember, our rents include contents insurance, we've signed up to the , we offer both maintenance support and in-house Residence Life Teams, and with Estate Patrol on call 24/7 you can be assured that help is at hand.