New students can apply for a room on campus for the 2013/14 academic year from mid December 2012 via
Accommodation for 2013/14 will be in: Mary Sturge Residences, Harriet Martineau Residences, James Watt Residences, William Murdoch Residences and Lakeside Residences. Please be aware that Stafford Tower Residences will NOT be available for 2013/14. However, the system asks you to make four preferences, therefore, please put Stafford as your 4th choice.
If, after A Level results day, you have not managed to secure a place at university, Clearing is your opportunity to do so. Every year over 30,000 people find a university place through Clearing.
We’ve given an overview of the Clearing process here, visit the UCAS Clearing website for full details.
The deposit of £200.00 is payable at the time you accept an offer of accommodation via the online booking system
International and EU Exchange students attending Aston University for three terms are guaranteed a room on campus provided they apply by the deadline. If you are not attending for three terms we suggest that you still submit an application form. Please be assured that we will do our very best to find you a room on campus once all of the students attending for three terms have been allocated.
Exchange students coming to Aston in January can apply for a room on campus (subject to availability) via
http://residences.aston.ac.uk/eaccom/login/start.do and follow this up with an email to email@example.com stating your proposed
Cancellation of Accommodation Acceptance
If you wish to cancel your accommodation offer after you have paid the deposit, you need to refer to the "Conditions of Residence and Licence" which explains the process and the charges incurred. In order to obtain the deposit refund please refer to the section below.
Your deposit refund (in accordance with the terms set out in the "Conditions of Residence and Licence" ), can be claimed back via MAP. You need to refer to the Student Finance Section and request Accommodation Deposits. Please complete your bank details and select whether you want the refund paid into a UK or Non-UK bank. Please be aware that the refund will only be made in full after your current Licence expires, if there are no charges levied against you and all of your residence fees have been paid. If you do not have a bank account and need the refund to be in a different format, then you need to visit The Hub in the main building and speak to a member of the Credit Control section.
Termly Accommodation fees
If you experience difficulties paying your accommodation fees by the due date you must contact Credit Control via firstname.lastname@example.org before the due date.
For more information go to http://www1.aston.ac.uk/new-students/