Studying at UCW may mean moving away from home for the first time, so we offer a helpful accommodation service to take some of the stress out of moving out.
Whether you are coming from afar or already live locally and want to experience living with other students, there are lots of options for accommodation in Weston.
The properties around the town are exclusively for our students, and they are all close to our campuses and the beach.
The properties featured on this page are let through UCW accommodation partner Skylight Property.
The tenancy agreements for the rooms we let through them run for 48 weeks a year, which is ideal for many students, and rent includes Wi-Fi and all utility bills to make budgeting easier.
From September 2020, we will also be offering brand new purpose-built student accommodation at Parkside House, which is just a short walk from Knightstone Campus and the Winter Gardens. Please click HERE to view the Parkside House website and make a reservation. Please click HERE to download a booklet about the property.
Birnbeck halls is our largest property for those who want the real ‘student halls’ experience, with 27 bedrooms, some of which are en-suite. It has shared kitchens, a lounge and games room – along with a great view of Weston.
Walliscote Road is a recently refurbished 14 bedroom house close to the seafront, within walking distance of the Knightstone Campus and on the main bus route to Loxton Campus. It has shared kitchens, two living rooms and a variety of bedrooms, some of which are ensuite.
Warwick Court is our quiet halls, ideal for students who would prefer a relaxed place to live where they can study without interruption. It is split into flats for two or three students, each with their own bathrooms and kitchens. It is on the sea front and is just a few minutes’ walk from the Knightstone Campus or on a bus route to Loxton Campus. Up to 13 students live here. Students with particular disabilities and those who would prefer a quiet environment will be prioritised to live in this property. As a result there is likely to be a mix of first, second and third year students.