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Edge Hill accommodation

This page features accommodation information and FAQs for current students, including postgraduate students. Whether you’re living in halls, living off campus, or renting privately, you can follow the relevant link below to find guidance and support. You can also learn more about hall fees and landlord information.

If you’ve had a halls offer, you’ll find some helpful FAQs towards the bottom of the page. For those considering applying to Edge Hill, view our university accommodation page for information tailored to you. You can book a room in our campus accommodation through the accommodation portal.

Accommodation for postgraduate students

If you are due to start a postgraduate course, (such as a PGCE, Masters, or PhD), please view the information below.

Accessing available accommodation

Due to our current capacity on campus, the Accommodation Team are not able to offer rooms in halls of residence to postgraduate students. However, information about the private sector accommodation available close to campus is accessible if you are an applicant with an unconditional or conditional firm on your postgraduate course offer.

To access this information, please contact us at [email protected] and visit our renting privately webpage for helpful tips on searching for off campus accommodation.

The University has a list of local lodgings accommodation available on request for shorter-term accommodation options.

You can also view other vacancies (not registered with the University) via these websites:

St James accommodation guide

Here’s a guide to the accommodation options in Manchester for students studying at St James’.

Find out more

Halls offer information

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Information about Covid-19

The Coronavirus pandemic has gone through a number of phases since it began in 2020. As a result of the successful roll-out of the vaccination programme and more effective treatments to prevent severe illness, the pandemic has moved to a point where we are ‘living with Covid’. There are still simple measures we can take to minimise transmission of Covid-19 and other infectious diseases including having good hand hygiene and adopting behaviours such as Catch it, Bin it, Kill it.

Further information on the latest advice can be found on the NHS page.

If you have access to Covid-19 tests and get a positive result, you can report your absence in the same way as you would currently report any other absence from the University. If you are unsure on how to report your absence, please contact your Personal Tutor.

Advice and support is available if you need it.

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