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Birks Grange Village (catered)

New North Road, Exeter, EX4 4PQ »

For: Undergraduate students
Located: On Streatham Campus 
Room type(s): En-suite
Catering: Catered

Birks Grange Village has been designed for undergraduate students and is located a 12 minutes walk away from the centre of campus.

It provides 360 high standard en-suite bedrooms in clusters of up to nine. A number of utility rooms are located in the building. The Central Block, which is separate to the accommodation blocks, has a dining room, reception, shop and social areas.

Accessibility information is available on the AccessAble website.

Residents must move out during the Christmas and Easter vacations.

Reception contact details

Tel: 01392 725180

Where to collect your post and parcels 

A-E blocks - Birks Grange Central Block Reception

About this accommodation

32 week contract length

Social space with snooker and pool tables in the Central Block

Large, flat screen TV provided in the communal lounge


Laundry facilities

Vending machines and shop

This residence qualifies for the Accommodation Bursary (Home Undergraduate students only)

Rooms available for wheelchair users

Bike storage

Kay House nearby


The prices below are the contract length total per room.

Room type 2022-2023 2023-24 Contract length
En-suite £8,311.81 £8,873.15 32 weeks


Bed size

All rooms at Birks Grange Village have double beds (four feet six inches wide).

Room measurements

  • Single en-suite (including bathroom) is approximately 13.9m2 (2680mm x 5200mm).
  • Accessible room (including bathroom) is approximately 21.8m2 (4200mm x 5200mm).

These measurements are a guide only. In some residences room sizes vary considerably.

All bedrooms in catered residences have the following:

  • Bed, wardrobe, bookshelves.
  • Shower, washbasin and toilet facilities are only available in en-suite rooms.
  • Desk, chair, desk lamp or built-in lighting, noticeboard and waste bin.
  • Mini fridge
  • High speed wired and wireless network/internet is available from Glide Student. You will need to register online to receive access.
  • No aerial socket in en-suite and studio rooms; students can use a laptop or desktop to watch TV. Please note you will still need a TV Licence to watch live TV or BBC iPlayer from any device.
  • Some of the rooms in Birks Grange Village A to E have a safe however, there may not be one in every room. If you are allocated a room which does not have a safe when you arrive, it will not be possible for us to provide one in the room.

For details of your room size and specifics of each residence please see the room details tab above.

16 meals per week are included within the contract period for residents of our catered accommodation. This comprises breakfast and dinner Monday to Friday, and breakfast, brunch (weekend lunch) and dinner at weekends. See our meal times below for information about when your meal will be served. Please note that your meal can only be eaten in the dining hall which has been allocated to you.

Please visit our 'about catered halls' webpage for information about the menus which are being served. A number of themed dinners also take place throughout the day e.g. Christmas, Valentines Day, Star Wars Day (4 May) and St Patricks Day etc.

Meal Day/times

7:30 - 9:30am

Continental breakfast

8:00 - 10:30am

8:30 -10:30am

Weekend lunch
Saturday and Sunday:
11:00am - 1:00pm
Dinner Daily:
5:30pm - 7:30pm

If you have a commitment and are unable to attend the dinner service please use the replacement meal request form.

Weekday lunches can be purchased at one of our many catering outlets.

Vegetarian options are always available. If you have a specific dietary requirement, please speak to our chefs.

Birks Grange Village gallery

I've loved living in halls in my time at Exeter! Birks Grange is only a short distance from campus and means it's easy to get to all my lectures, seminars, social and sports events.

'Cardiac Hill' has certainly lived up to its nickname, and trekking up the hill every day is keeping me in shape. Living in halls has also provided me with the opportunity to meet lots of people and I couldn't have asked for nicer flatmates. I would strongly recommend halls for anyone coming to Exeter as I've had such a great experience!


Studying Law

I loved the fact that Birks seems like a welcoming community and it was easy to make friends, especially at mealtimes when you can meet and sit with new people. I enjoyed the meals provided and being able to play pool and table tennis in the communal area. 
Birks also has many benches and green spaces and in the summer between exams it was nice to sit outside and read or chat. Finally, I loved how easy it was to get to campus from Birks.


Undergraduate student living in Birks Grange Village (Catered)

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