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Student Accommodation

  • More than 50% of rooms have an en suite shower and toilet facilities: most accommodation is on the Stag Hill campus, where a third of rooms are en-suite, while Manor Park, a 20-minute walk away, has over 1,800 en-suite rooms, a café and easy access to the Olympic standard facilities at Surrey Sports park.
  • Students share a kitchen-dining room, conveniently close to bedrooms, and communal areas have TV / study rooms, mail racks and staffed receptions. All residences are non-smoking.
  • Rent includes access to broadband and possessions insurance
  • Most accommodation is mixed-sex, but students can request to live in a single-sex flat if they wish; there are also specially adapted rooms available for students with physical disabilities on the Stag Hill and Manor Park campuses.
  • Please refer to the university website for details of the allocation policy and accommodation guarantees.

Accommodation Costs

University of Surrey

Number of university/college beds 5,172
Typical annual cost of university/college accommodation £3,809–£5,187
Typical annual cost of private accommodation £4,384–£4,730

Living Here

  • The university is in a great location, just a 10-minute stroll into Guildford town, with a regular bus service running late into the night. Guildford has some of the best shopping in the region and the town boasts over 100 places to eat and drink, as well clubs, pubs and bars.
  • The town is also close to London, making it easy to head there for a night out, a West End show, some sightseeing or a visit to one of the capital's inspiring galleries or museums.

Getting Around

  • Guildford is the perfect base to explore from, adjacent to the A3 main road and on a direct railway line between London Waterloo and Portsmouth.
  • It's also less than 35 minutes from the UK's two largest international airports, Heathrow and Gatwick.