Accommodation Charges

Guide to Accommodation Costs

How you pay for accommodation

Rent

Usually, you will be expected to pay rent either monthly or termly. You might be asked to pay in advance.

Advance payments

Some landlords ask for a month or full term's rent in advance. You will have to pay this before moving in. Please note that this payment may be due before you receive any Maintenance Grants or Loans. You may have to arrange finance to cover this interim period.

Down payments

You pay a down payment as a holding fee to secure your accommodation when you book - you should have that amount deducted from your first term’s payment.

Deposits

Some landlords ask for a deposit to be paid before you move in. This is what you pay the landlord as security against property damage etc. It is refundable when you leave the property, provided that it is left in the same condition as when you moved in. Please note that this payment may be due before you receive any Maintenance Grants or Loans. You may have to arrange finance to cover your deposit.

Download the full accommodation fees price guide (PDF)


On-campus accommodation
(The Student Village)

*Student Village residence fees:

Deposit: None

En-suite: £5,155.92 (providing 40 weeks of accommodation paid in 3 instalments of £1,718.64).

Standard: £4,285.44 (providing 40 weeks of accommodation paid in 3 instalments of £1,428.48).

Advance payment: £250.00 (deductable from your first rent payment)

Apply for 2016/17 accommodation here

If you have problems booking online please contact the accommodation team and we can try and assist you, if needed they’ll take your payment over the phone, securing your reservation.



Off-campus accommodation
(Halls of residence buildings)

* Off-campus example fees

En-suite: £4,752 - £6,783.00  (46 to 48 week accommodation period generally paid in three instalments with a possible deposit to pay)

Standard: £3,504.00 to £4,840.00 (46 to 48 week accommodation period generally paid in three instalments with a possible deposit to pay)

Shared housing in the Private Sector

Some students choose private sector accommodation.

An example of their charges:

Room only: 48 week accommodation period - £70 to £80 per week

Utilities included: 48 week accommodation period - £80 to £115 per week

Landlord providers with this style of accommodation are listed on our associate web site: [www.lincolnstudentpad.co.uk

*Please note that these examples of charges are for guidance only. Please look at the appropriate property landlords website for actual figures and terms of contract.