Aston University works hard to support to Clearing, Adjustment and Insurance Choice students in finding a place in Aston Student Village accommodation on campus.
We welcome applications and will do everything possible to allocate you a campus room once you have confirmed that you want to study at Aston University via UCAS.
Accommodation is allocated, subject to availability, on a first-come first-served basis.
What you need to do
If you want to be considered for a place on campus as a Clearing, Adjustment or Insurance Choice student you must:
- Confirm you want to accept the place offered at Aston and that you have received your UCAS Clearing number if relevant. You also need a 9 digit student number from Aston University which you will receive from your offer letter/email for the course you have accepted a place on. This number should start with "15"
- Complete our online accommodation application form as soon as possible
- If places in campus accommodation are still available, they will be allocated, subject to availability, on a first-come, first-served basis.
Finding off-campus accommodation
If you don't want to live on campus, or are unable to secure a room on campus, Aston University's Students' Union can offer experienced and professional support in finding off-campus accommodation in Birmingham.
Before accepting an accommodation place in the private sector, we recommend applying to live on campus first as we may have places available, which would be allocated after our original firm choice students have been placed.
The Students' Union's Advice & Representation Centre (ARC) run a website, Aston Student Homes, which advertises quality private accommodation in Birmingham, much of which is close to campus in city centre apartments. You can contact them via email: email@example.com
We recommended you talk to the ARC for general advice before making any commitments to private landlords or private apartment developments. Their friendly team is happy to welcome visitors in person during their opening hours for advice and support, or you can call them on 0121 204 4848 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Phone lines are particularly busy at the moment, so if you are unable to get through, please send an email and ARC will get back to you shortly.