Accommodation for students on short courses.

We are able to offer a limited number of rooms for students attending short courses (less than two semesters).

We have two main options available for these shorter lets which for 2019/20 are at Parham Road and Petros Court. 2020/21 locations will be updated shortly, together with price confirmation. We also have our Homestay option living with local residents in their home.

Accommodation is not guaranteed, and is allocated in date order, prioritising longer stays, so please apply as early as possible for accommodation online, as soon you get your University student ID number.

Prices

The following prices are for 2019/20 academic year (Prices for 2020/21 will be updated shortly).

Parham Road Student Village

15 minutes' walk or 5 minutes' bus journey from city centre.

Single Bedroom with shared bathroom and shared kitchen/living area is £2,320 per semester (minimum 16 week let).

This is equivalent to £20 a night. 

If you want the room for more than a semester then additional weeks are £145 per week. Length of stay is also subject to course/Visa dates. 

Other locations with same room types may be offered if Parham Road Student Village accommodation is fully occupied.

Link to Parham Road. 

Petros Court

Located in close proximity to the University's Library at Augustine House and the city centre, Petros Court is the University's newest accommodation offering.

Superior large en-suite bedroom (11m²+) with shared kitchen / living area with TV is £3,040 per semester (minimum 16 week let|). 

This is equivalent to £27.14 a night.

The rent includes:

  • internet & wi-fi
  • 24-hour security
  • utility bills
  • bed pack (includes a sheet, 1 pillow and pillowcase, 1 duvet cover and quilt)
  • kitchen pack (saucepans, plates and cutlery)

As the academic year progresses we have a small number of rooms available where you would be sharing with other Canterbury Christ Church University students who are usually undergraduates from 18-21 on average. This can be a livelier social lifestyle in these flats.

You pay the same weekly rent as these full year academic students, but have to provide your own bedding and kitchen packs.

You can also purchase additional items in advance through a partner supplier Unikitout or from local city centre shops (reduced opening hours on Sundays).

We may be able to extend your rental period by a week either side of your studies, subject to you paying the extra charge, no other bookings from others and having valid time on your visa, if applicable.

This gives a great opportunity for you to settle in before starting your studies, and also to explore the local area (we are less than 1 hour to London on the fast train.)

If you wish to do this, please contact us in advance of any variation to start and end dates. If you turn up early and do not tell us, we cannot guarantee any accommodation will be ready for you.

You can also look at our Homestay option where you stay with a local host or family.

Contact the accommodation team