You can apply for University Accommodation once you've firmly accepted our offer (conditional or unconditional) as your first choice.
Whether you're Undergraduate, Postgraduate or an Exchange student, we'll email you once you've firmly acccepted Dundee. You'll then be able to access our room booking website where you can apply.
Firmly accept your offer for Dundee as your first choice
Accept your course offer
We'll email you to let you apply
Check your email
Apply for your room, let us know about any preferences
Apply for your room
We'll make you an offer for a room, you'll need to accept this before the deadline to confirm
Accept your room offer
How do you allocate rooms?
We try to match up people in our residences to create well balanced flats. We take into account:
- Course type
- Date of application
- Existing friends
- Gender preferences
- Health issues
- If you prefer peace and quiet
- Length of lease
- Personal statements
We're not always able to guarantee that the accommodation allocated to you will be amongst your preferences, but we will make every effort to match your needs to the most appropriate accommodation available.
If you have friends who are also coming to Dundee, please let us know by writing each others names in the Additional Notes box. We'll try to let you share a flat although we can't guarantee this.
Am I guaranteed a room?
The University guarantees accommodation to all entrant students who apply before mid July.
Can I view the room I have been offered in residences l before I move in?
Unfortunately we're not able to offer viewings of individual rooms. A visit to an example student flat is included as part of our Open Days.
Accepting your room offer
Once we've allocated you a room we'll make you an offer for a room. This offer has a Reply By date. If you don't accept your offer by this date we may withdraw your offer and allocate your room to someone else.
When you accept you'll need to pay a prepayment of £300 to secure your booking.
We have a number of rooms and flats with special adaptations for students with disabilities. If your disability is severe, or if you believe it would affect your ability to live in our flats, please contact Admissions to let them know. We'll then be able to research any adjustments you and any helper may require.