Higher Education

Accommodation for Higher Education Students

Whilst there is plenty of time to think about where you would like to live and the type of accommodation that would best suit you and your budget, we advise that you should start looking as soon as you have received an offer.

The city offers a wide variety of accommodation for students including studio flats, cluster flats and shared houses (through private landlords). Prices do vary between provider and average £90-£140 per week. All purpose-built student accommodation is close to the city centre and within 10-15 minutes walk of the college’s main campus (Hele Road).

For more information about accommodation providers in the city please contact our HE Adviser on 01392 400909 or email headviser@exe-coll.ac.uk

Accommodation providers within the area

Below are examples of some accommodation providers within the city centre. Please note these private accommodation providers have not been inspected by the college and are examples of what is available in the city. We therefore strongly advise students to view the accommodation of their choice prior to signing any tenancy agreements. Exeter College is unable to take any responsibility for any agreements made between the provider and students.

Unite Exeter

Northfield (Studio Flats)
Northernhay House (Studio and Cluster Flats)
Trust House (Studio and Cluster Flats)

Phone: 01392 213566
Email: exeter@unite-group.co.uk
Website: https://www.unite-students.com/exeter

Point Exe

Studio and Cluster Flats available

Phone: 01392 213545
Email: Point.exe@spectrumhousing.co.uk
Website: http://www.spectrumhousing.co.uk/home/homes/student__keyworker_homes/exeter/point_exe.aspx

Mansion One

Studio and Cluster Flats available

Phone: 01392 331333
Email: exetermansionone@mansionstudent.co.uk
Website: http://www.mansionstudent.co.uk/Exeter-student-accommodation/mansion-one-flats/

The Printworks

Studio and Cluster Flats available

Phone: 01392 499920
Website: http://www.crm-students.com/crm-accommodation/exeter/the-printworks/

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