Our newest accommodation is located behind our library and student services building, Augustine House. At the heart of Canterbury, you're close to the city centre and transport links.

Prices from £167 per week

  • all-inclusive bills
  • free Wi-Fi (up to 100Mb speed)
  • en-suite rooms
  • 24-hour security access.

Facilities

  • all utility bills are included in your rent including high-speed Wi-Fi 
  • 418 superior large en-suite study rooms with 4ft beds (small double) in all rooms, of which 13 are specially-adapted superior en-suite study rooms available to students with special requirements
  • modern and fully-equipped kitchen and dining area including microwave, kettle and toaster and furnished with sofas and televisions
  • cashless/ card operated launderette
  • 24-hour security and access controlled
  • lift access in four buildings
  • two landscaped courtyards with seating areas
  • no parking available, except four disabled parking bays for Blue Badge holders only (first-come, first served)
  • bike storage
  • no smoking policy
  • alcohol free flats may be available (subject to demand).

Prices

405 rooms available at £167 per week:

  • bedroom with en-suite
  • rooms are over 12.5m² in size and feature 4ft (small double) beds
  • shared kitchen and living area with 2-8 students.

£6,680 over 40 weeks

Prices shown for 2020/21 are based on a standard licence, up to 40 weeks: September to June. The total price includes a £115 non-refundable pre-payment and this is used towards your first payment. 

Some courses with professional placements may require additional weeks either side of the standard 40-week licence length. 

Accommodation is offered subject to availability and in accordance with the Accommodation Eligibility Policy. For further information, please visit our “how to apply for accommodation” page.

I chose to live in Petros Court as the prospect of a double bed and an en-suite was too good to say no to; the safety of having security was also really important to me as I’d never had my own room, let alone lived alone, so I was nervous to move into my own space. I was lucky enough to live in a seven person flat, which meant that I was able to meet lots of people in the first few days and make friends before I’d even gone to lectures, it was really nice to have lots of the stress taken out of the move while I was building confidence! We were really close in location to the town centre and uni, which was a major convenience.

JoLived in Petros Court during her first year