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Woodland Court student accommodation

Located in leafy green surroundings, Woodland Court offers accommodation for first-year undergraduates that’s within easy reach of all our campus facilities.

Key features of Woodland Court

Some of the benefits of living here include:

About this accommodation

Woodland Court offers spacious accommodation for your first year at University. 393 undergraduate students live here across five blocks, with between 18 and 28 students in a flat.

It's conveniently located on the east side of campus, just a five minute walk from the Library and Student's Union.

To make you feel safe and at home, Woodland Court has a secure living environment, with swipe card access to the buildings, flats and bedrooms. There's also secure bike storage nearby.

You'll have your own good-sized en-suite bathroom, with a shower, toilet and sink.

Woodland Court has its own launderette, so you don't have to leave the complex to wash your clothes.

Woodland Court is listed in StudentCrowd's Best UK Student Accommodation Awards 2019.

All of our University accommodation is smoke free.

Accommodation Prices

Find out how much it costs to live in Woodland Court and compare with our other undergraduate accommodation options.

En-suite bedroom

En-suite rooms in Woodland Court cost between £200 and £250 per week. There are 355 rooms in Woodland Court with 309 en-suite rooms priced from £200 and £205.

Shared en-suite bedroom

Sharing a room is a great way to get a reduced price on your accommodation. The shared en-suite bedrooms in Woodland Court are priced at £100. Living in Woodland Court shared rooms you have £25 Eat and Drink credit charged on top of your weekly rent, which buys at least one meal a day. Eat and drink credit is charged for 33 weeks of the 38 week contract.


The en-suite bedrooms in Woodland Court give you everything you need to work, relax and rest.

A bedroom in Woodland Court

En-suite bedrooms have:

  • small 122cm x 183cm double bed
  • mattress protector
  • your own en-suite shower, toilet and sink
  • high-speed Wi-Fi and ethernet so you can always be connected
  • plenty of storage for your belongings, with a large built-in wardrobe and bookshelves
  • desk, chair and drawers
  • reading light
  • noticeboard

See a full list of what's provided in your accommodation.

Images show typical Woodland Court rooms for illustrative purposes, individual accommodation may vary.

Kitchens and dining

Each floor has a large communal kitchen, perfect for cooking meals and socialising with your flatmates.

A kitchen in Woodland Court

In the kitchen you will find everything you need for preparing meals:

  • electric hobs
  • ovens
  • grills
  • fridge-freezers
  • toaster
  • kettle
  • plenty of cupboard storage space
  • recycling facilities
  • dining table and chairs

Images show typical Woodland Court rooms for illustrative purposes, individual accommodation may vary.

Floor plan

A floor plan for a typical standard bedroom in Woodland Court. This is an example, not all bedrooms are exactly the same.

Floor plan for a standard bedroom in Woodland Court


Woodland Court is made up of eight buildings. Each has three or four floors with 18 bedrooms on.

Your room details contain your building, floor, block, flat and room number.

For example, the room number W1A1.01 means you are located in Woodland Court, floor one, block A, flat one, room one.

Accommodation for students with disabilities

If you have a disability, Woodland Court has 27 large accessible bedrooms that can be adapted to suit your individual needs.

All of the bedrooms have en-suite shower rooms with a range of adaptations including baths, wet rooms, grab rails, pull cords, raised toilets and wheelchair charge points.

We are happy to make further adaptations to give you what you need.

For more information about the accessibility of these rooms and flats please contact the Student Living Team at or on +44 1225 383111.

Included in the accommodation package

The variety of benefits included in the price of your accommodation.

You are responsible for keeping your rooms clean and tidy.

Hall Representatives

At the start of the academic year you can elect a Hall Representative.

The Students’ Union supports Hall Representatives to organise social and community-building events.

Hall Representatives collect student feedback about living in the accommodation. They discuss this with the University and the Students’ Union to make sure your voices are heard.

Student Living Ambassadors

Settling into your new home at University, building relationships, cooking meals and cleaning with your housemates can be daunting, but your Student Living Ambassadors are here to help.

The Student Living Ambassadors are friendly faces to help out with any queries or concerns you may have, as well as running social activities and making sure you're aware of the latest events and updates.

They regularly check-in with you and your flatmates via Microsoft Teams calls. If you need help or advice with life in halls, you can schedule a one-to-one call with a Student Living Ambassador at any time by contacting

Walking to Woodland Court
‘First of all, the rooms in Woodland Court rooms are larger than your average room in a halls of residence.’
Mia A BSc Business Administration student

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