Canterbury is buzzing with student life and our campus is right in the centre of the city.
There are lots of opportunities to make friends at uni, including living in University accommodation. It's a chance to live with other Canterbury Christ Church University students in your first year with our guaranteed accommodation. But you could even stay with us for your whole time at uni!
Choose from a wide range of off-campus city rooms and prices to suit you.
Accommodation Guaranteed! We guarantee a place in University accommodation to all Clearing and first-year undergraduates (including degrees with foundation year) who firmly accept an offer of a place of study with us and submit an application by the 31 July deadline. Missed the deadline or applying through Clearing? Good news, we’re extending this to applicants to September 18. Read more about our Clearing guarantee.
Our newest accommodation is next to our library and student services building. Situated just outside the ancient walls, you're close to the city centre and transport links. Prices from £167 per week.
Modern accommodation ideally located close to campus and right by the student lounge at St George's Centre. Prices start from £162 per week.
This popular accommodation is an ideal city location, perfect for mature students and families who want to be at the heart of the vibrant city of Canterbury. Prices start from £148 per week.
Join this vibrant student community closely located to supermarkets and public transport. Prices start from £121 per week.
Ideally located near the city centre and just a 2-minute walk to the library. You're also right by main transport links into London. Prices from £121 per week.
Located close to the historic city centre of Canterbury and a short walk to both campus and library and support services at Augustine House. Prices from £118 per week.
Current student Jo shares 5 reasons why you should live in uni accommodation.
The first day I got to Petros Court I had my flatmates knocking on my door, asking me to go out with them. I think it helps everyone make friends easily, as everyone is in the same situation. New students adapting to a new place and looking forward to have fun aside of studying.MartaInternational student