Apply for Accommodation

Apply for Accommodation in Halls for 2022/23

Check your eligibility, deadlines, what accommodation is available and how to apply.

The 2022/23 accommodation application form will allow you to rank rooms/halls of residence in order of preference across a range of options including our own halls of residence, Duchy House, and Intercollegiate Halls via the University of London.

You will have a greater chance of securing accommodation if you make sure you consider both Duchy House and University of London options within your top 5.

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2022/23 Accommodation Applications are now open

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Accommodation Information

Eligibility

Accommodation applications are open to those holding a conditional or unconditional offer including first and second year undergraduates for a programme lasting at least one full academic year at The Courtauld Institute of Art.

Applicants requiring family accommodation will need to look at alternatives – due to our small size we are unable to provide family accommodation within our own halls of residence and our selected allocation of rooms within University of London Intercollegiate Halls.

Deadlines

Your accommodation application form must be completed and submitted by 5:00pm on 17 June 2022.

For those holding unconditional offers, and who we are able to allocate accommodation to, you will receive notification of your accommodation offer week commencing 25 July 2022.  Confirmation of the acceptance will be required to be confirmed by 5 August 2022.

For those holding conditional offers, and who we are able to allocate accommodation to, you will receive notification of your accommodation offer week commencing 22 August 2022. Confirmation of the acceptance will be required to be confirmed by 2 September 2022.

If late applications are received after the deadline (17 June 2022) these will be processed in order of receipt and we may only be able to consider an allocation offer once on time applications have been considered and or confirmation of acceptances have been received.

Disability

If you have a disability which may require adjustments for your accommodation, please forward a covering letter via email to duchy.helpdesk@courtauld.ac.uk following submission of your accommodation application describing the nature of your disability. You may also need to provide a medical certificate or other relevant documentation if requested. Where possible we will attempt to accommodate and prioritise students in suitable rooms, though not all residences will be suitable for all applicants.

Contract Length

Undergraduate contracts are 38 weeks commencing Saturday 17 September 2022 ending on Saturday 10 June 2023.

Postgraduate contracts are 42 weeks commencing Saturday 17 September 2022 ending on Saturday 8 July 2023.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. Can I extend my contract?

Extensions to your stay may be possible at all halls available, but are subject to availability. Please contact the relevant accommodation office for further details.

Q. How will I receive my accommodation decision?

Accommodation offers are sent to the email confirmed on your application.

Q. What are my chances of getting the accommodation I’ve applied for?

We allocate primarily based on distance and prior study in the UK, prioritising international students and first year undergraduates. Depending on demand we may not be able to guarantee accommodation to all first year undergraduate applications in Duchy House due to our limited capacity of 64 rooms.

Those living within 90 minutes commuting distance of central London are pragmatically less likely to secure accommodation, though students within this area have secured accommodation in previous years and you are still encouraged to apply.

Q. Can I stay in accommodation between terms?

All contracts include accommodation covering vacation periods between Autumn, Spring and Summer terms.

What if I am not successful / what are some alternatives?

There are a number of alternative avenues you may wish to consider:

  1. Courtauld Housing Group on Facebook

Our Students’ Union manage the Courtauld Housing Group on Facebook, an active group for those who are not successful in gaining a place from our initial allocations. To join, simply request to join the group. You can use the group to find vacancies in shared houses with current students, see ads from private landlords, or make arrangements with others to find accommodation together.

  1. Goodenough College (for postgraduate students only)

Postgraduate students may be able to apply for single, couples’ and family accommodation at Goodenough College. The application procedure and allocation is entirely managed by Goodenough College.

3. University of London Housing Services (for private sector housing)

University of London Housing Services provide extremely helpful advice about renting accommodation in the private sector. Please refer to them for general advice and guidance in to renting in London.

Duchy House

Below, you will find links to our Duchy House Handbook which provides you with an overview of the premises and is our A-Z guide for living in Duchy House.  Provided also are the floor plans of the premises showing the general configuration.  Our tariff rates for 2022/23 and a sample of the Licence Agreement that will be formally issued with accommodation offers.  If you have any queries regarding this information or require further details, please contact our Accommodation Manager via duchy.helpdesk@courtauld.ac.uk

 

Duchy House Handbook 2022/2023

Duchy House Handbook

Duchy House Licence Agreement 2022/2023

Duchy House Licence Agreement

Intercollegiate Halls

Living at Intercollegiate Halls offers Courtauld students the opportunity to interact with students from all colleges within the University of London. Some Intercollegiate Halls offer catered accommodation.

All Intercollegiate Halls rooms are offered through The Courtauld and have 40 week contracts (11th Sept 2022- 17th June 2023).

Please note Courtauld students are not eligible to apply directly through the Intercollegiate Halls’ application portal and must apply using the Courtauld accommodation application form, available above.

Further information on what is included at Intercollegiate Halls can be found here.

Intercollegiate Halls - Room Comparison 2022/23
Hall Room Type Number of Rooms Price per Week
College Hall Single Shared Bathroom (Catered) 2 £267.33
Single Ensuite (Catered) 3 £307.23
International Hall Single Shared Bathroom (Catered) 10 £245.28
Single Studio (Self-Catered) 3 £275.38
Large Single Studio (Self-Catered) 1 £280.98
Double Studio (Self-Catered) 1 £300.23

King's Residences

Our firmly accepted BA History of Art students are eligible to apply for King’s College London’s accommodation for the first time this year:

King’s Residences act as a platform for students to live and learn through life experiences, developing strategies to manage life’s challenges and using those skills to thrive long after they have left their accommodation. We aim to maximise every interaction to promote individuality, resilience and experience sharing (networking).

King’s Residences will deliver that by providing a safe, professional, service-driven and inclusive residential community where independent living stimulates non-academic learning to enhance student experience and success at university and beyond.

Approximately 30 rooms at two of KCL’s residences are reserved to accommodate our new BA History of Art students.

Find out more on available room types and tariffs:

Contract length will be 40 weeks, starting 17th September 2022 ending 24th June 2023 (early arrival from 12th September can be arranged with the KCL accommodation team).

KCL will send you the application details to all firmly accepted students by email in early/mid June onwards.  Applications must be made using their accommodation portal with the credentials provided by KCL.

For general information, please refer to KCL’s accommodation page.

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