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28 Oct A guide to choosing Accommodation at Lancaster University *University tips*

I thought I’d create a quick guide to choosing accommodation at Lancaster University (even though I’m sure you’ve already got it sorted), but just in case you hadn’t and you’re starting to panic here is a few tips to choosing accommodation.

In this guide I go through all the types of accommodation at Lancaster, the cost, tenancy length and location. I’ve also done a quick tour around the colleges and listed what accommodation types are available in each college.
The deposit amount is £200 and there is also a compulsory £36 college membership fee that you have to pay (people are always caught out by the college fee).

If you’re studying a degree which is a part of the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (fine art, law, PPR, history, English, etc) I would reccomend choosing accommodation that is at the North end of campus (Bowland, County, or Furness).

If you’re a part of the faculty of Health and Medicine (Biomedical sciences, biological sciences, medicine, etc). I would recommend Furness, Bowland, County or Fylde).

If you’re a part of the Management school (accounting and finance, entrepreneurship, economics, marketing etc). I would reccommend Grizedale, Fylde, Pendle, or Furness).

If you’re part of the Faculty of Science and Technology (chemistry, engineering, physics, natural sciences etc) unfortunately there’s too much of a mix for this faculty for me to recommend any colleges! If you’re desperate to know, comment your degree programme below and I will give you a recommendation then!

Happy to take any questions.

*Disclaimer: All this information is only relevant for academic year 2017/2018.*

Drone footage by Harry McGill.

  • Shay Jordan
    Posted at 21:20h, 28 October

    This is a really well made and helpful video – thank you! Are you able to offer any information on which college would be best suited to someone taking a degree in maths? 🙂