Housing

Wherever you live, your accommodation is one of the most important parts of your life as a student and you should feel happy and safe where you live.

Many students will live in University halls during their first year, but may wish to consider the private rented sector for successive years. Taking on a tenancy agreement, choosing potential housemates, and picking a property you'll live in for a year are big decisions, and we want you to feel supported to make these decisions comfortably.

The University has an arrangement with Manchester Student Homes, an organisation offering free, expert advice to students in Manchester and Salford. The organisation is owned and managed by the universities in Manchester and works in students' interests. As well as offering advice, Manchester Student Homes ensure that landlords wishing to rent to students are fully accredited, meaning they have to comply with strict requirements.

You can access their services, including searching for properties, on their website.

Visit the Manchester Student Homes website

On-campus advice

There are free, drop-in advice sessions available in University House on the following dates this year, between 11am - 4pm:

  • Weds 18th January
  • Mon 6th February
  • Mon 27th March
  • Weds 24th May

You can drop-in and receive advice on any housing-related matter, from house hunting tips to advice about rent, bills or to have a tenancy agreement checked.