To apply for Queen's Accommodation in the 2020-21 academic year click here: APPLY NOW (Applications open in mid-January, keep an eye on our Facebook page for updates.)
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Keep an eye on our Facebook and Twitter accounts for further information about availability and should you have any questions please contact the Accommodation Office on 028 9097 4403 or firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be happy to help.
The online application for 2019-20 is currently open. Please click here to make an application:APPLY NOW
Prices for 2019-20 for all Queen's Accommodation locations are available HERE.
Show apartments and rooms are available to view, so you can have a look around all the accommodation for which you think you might apply, including Elms BT1 and BT2 in the City Centre; opening times are 10.00am to 8.00pm Monday to Sunday. Please note, for Queen's Houses it is advisable to contact us in advance to make an appointment.
(Applications open in mid-January, keep an eye on our Facebook page for updates.)
For a list of key dates for your diary, please see below.
Accommodation applications open (Applications open in mid-January, keep an eye on our Facebook page for updates.)
Queen's Accommodation Open Day
13 August 2020
Publication of the A Level Results
|14 September 2020||
International Check In (39 week contract) and Queen's GB Open Day
|19 September 2020||Northern Ireland and GB undergraduate Check In (38 and 51 week contract)|
|21 September 2020||Teaching starts|
Should you have any further questions please contact the Accommodation team on 028 9097 4403 or email@example.com
It is important when applying for accommodation for the 2020-21 academic year that you have considered a variety of factors to ensure you have chosen what is right for you.
We would recommend that you consider the following factors:
Accommodation for students wishing to make a specific 'lifestyle' choice is offered in some locations. Please ensure you check the accommodation details when selecting your preferences.
In addition to our en suite and standard rooms you can choose a specific block in Elms BT9 which offers a lifestyle option. There is a limited availability for:
No alcohol - consumption of alcohol is not permitted at any time.
Single-Sex - members of the opposite sex are not permitted at any time.
Quiet Living - you are living with students who have chosen a more study focused environment and noise must be kept to a minimum at all times, especially after 11.00pm.
Queen's Accommodation understands that some students may wish to make additional requests concerning their accommodation requirements. This section covers the most common requests we receive. However, if you have a requirement which is not included in this list, then please contact the reception office in Elms BT9 where staff will discuss your circumstances and offer help where possible.
Please contact us before you arrive as we will be able to offer help and support. The University has a limited number of self-contained flats for students with partners and families and demand for these can be high.
Please contact us as soon as you accept a course and are definietly choosing to attend Queen's and your arrival date into Belfast we can then discuss your requirements for accommodation. If we do not have any suitable accommodation available we will support you in finding alternative accommodation in the private rental sector close to the University.
Alternatively, contact the International and Postgraduate Student Centre who can provide guidance and assistance prior to and after your arrival.
Queen's University Belfast
78 Malone Road
T +44 (0) 28 9097 4323
F +44 (0) 28 9097 4524
When you submit your accommodation application you will see an acknowledgement page confirming that your application has been successfully received.
You will also receive an email which you should keep for later reference. If you do not receive this email by the following day, please contact us on 028 9097 4403 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students from outside of Northern Ireland will be sent an offer of a room by 2 July 2020 when they make Queen's their firm choice (UF and CF).
All other students will be allocated accommodation when they have been accepted onto a course at Queen’s University Belfast, your status at the time of allocation must be unconditional firm (UF).
For Northern Ireland students, allocations will commence on Friday 16 August 2020.
We have thousands of applications to deal with and have to send them out over a number of weeks. If you have not heard from the Accommodation team by 26 August 2020 regarding your application please contact us on 028 9097 4403.
Once we have allocated your accommodation, we will send you an offer email to the address you provided on your application. Sometimes, our emails will automatically go into your junk mail or spam mail folders so make sure that you check these regularly. Do not use a school email address.
The email will contain a link which will take you to your offer and the Conditions of Occupancy. You should read this carefully as when you accept the offer online, this creates a legally binding contract for the time period stated (usually for the whole academic year from September to June).
You are also agreeing to live by the ethos of our accommodation and this is particularly important if you have been offered a room in a lifestyle block. In order to complete the contract you must pay a deposit of £300 within two days.
We liaise directly with Disability Services to ensure that the accommodation needs of students with disabilities are met. A number of tailored rooms are available for students with mobility difficulties and we will facilitate requests for ground floor or en suite rooms.
We will also try where we can to meet individual needs, for example, emergency alarms for hearing impaired students.
Should you require any specific arrangements for your accommodation as a result of your disability, please make sure that this is detailed in your application for accommodation.
It is also important that you contact Disability Services directly on:
T +44 (0) 28 9097 3225
For further information regarding the services available for students with disabilities, please visit www.qub.ac.uk/disability
Read our handy student guide so you can make sure you're bringing everything you need with you and leaving the unnecessary items at home.
All Queen's Accommodation is furnished.
We provide the following items in your bedroom:
If you do not want to bring bedding and kitchen items with you packs can be ordered before your arrival or purchased when you get here.
If you are bringing any electrical equipment with you please note the following:
Kitchen and bedding packs can be pre-ordered with your accommodation application or purchased upon arrival.
If you have already submitted your application form and would like to purchase a kitchen or bedding pack then please contact the Elms Reception team on +44 (0) 28 9097 4525 or email email@example.com
The kitchen pack costs £35.00 and includes:
A single bedding pack costs £35.00 and includes 1 pillow and pillow cover, duvet and duvet cover, sheet and a mattress protector. A double bedding pack has the same contents and costs £40.
In Elms BT1 and Elms BT2 the single beds are large singles (3ft6 X 6ft3). We have a single sheet and mattress protector set available which fit this larger size bed, which costs £8.00, or you can buy a single bedding pack containing these for £30.00.
The kitchen pack and single bedding pack if bought together costs £60.00; the kitchen pack and double bedding packs bought together is £70.00.
Queen's University Belfast is committed to Equality, Diversity and Inclusion.
For more information please read our Equality and Diversity Policy.
Queen's University Belfast is registered with the Charity Commission for Northern Ireland NIC101788
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