Undergraduate self-catered rooms, en suite in new halls at Edinburgh Campus
Christina Miller, Mary Fergusson, Anna Macleod and Muriel Spark Halls
Opened in 2012 these halls offer modern contemporary living spaces. There are a limited number of self-catered en suite rooms with access to large kitchens shared by 10 to 12 students, great for socialising and meeting new people. Each bedroom is 15 square metres, a lot larger than standard student accommodation, with a ¾ sized bed, fantastic storage and a well-designed study area.
There is also lots of communal space, including spacious shared kitchen and dining areas furnished with modern, fashionable furniture, and light and airy communal lounges, providing you with a fantastic space to relax, study or socialise in..
You can take a 360° virtual tour of one of our self-catered room with en suite in our new halls to see how they look.
|Room type||Cost per week||Contract length||Cost per tenancy|
|Self-catered rooms, en suite||£160.00||40 weeks||£6400.00|
How to apply
You can apply online for accommodation from April 2018. The closing date for guaranteed accommodation is 12.00 noon, 21 August 2018.
What’s included in the rent?
The rent includes:
- internet connection (100MB as standard)
- weekly clean of public areas and kitchen only, which means you are expected to maintain cleaning standards in your own flat.
- Basic room contents insurance is included with your on campus accommodation and is provided by Endsleigh. Enter in your policy number HH1074 to check your policy details.
If you plan on using a personal television or a laptop for internet provider television (IPTV), you will need to buy a TV licence.
What's included in an en suite room?
Your room key gives access to your designated lounge, kitchen and laundrette.
- ¾ size bed
- Mattress protector
- Desk chair
- Pin board
- Ethernet cable
- En suite:
- Wash hand basin
Bed linen, duvet and pillows are not provided, but you can order a bedding pack online for £35 when making your application.
Towels and toilet rolls are not provided.
For safety reasons, cooking/heating appliances and additional furniture are not permitted in study bedrooms.
- Sweeping brush
- Dust pan and brush
- Bucket and mop
- Swing-top bin
- Lockable cupboard
- Stools or chairs
Crockery, cutlery, pot, pans and kitchen utensils are not provided.
Refuse sacks are issued weekly so that you can safely dispose of refuse in the appropriate recycling bins
- Coffee tables
Other general facilities on campus include:
- Laundry facilities (washing machines and dryers)
- Bike shelter (limited spaces)
- Live-in Wardens and 24 hour security
Images are used to demonstrate a typical student room in each accommodation type. However, the layout and contents may differ depending on the hall and room allocated. Please see the "What's included" section above for a list of what is provided in the room.