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HALL FEES 2017-18

* HALL FEES (2017/18) - HIGHER EDUCATION

37 week contract:
TYPE OF ROOM AVAILABLE

All rooms single occupancy only
(unless stated otherwise)

All prices per person Single beds
(unless indicated)

Fees include meal allowance, utilities, cleaning provision, internet, safe.
1st instalment (14 weeks)

10 Sep 2017 - 17 Dec 2017
2nd instalment (15 weeks)

18 Dec 2017 - 1 Apr 2018
(2 weeks non-catered 19 Dec-1 Jan)
3rd instalment (8 weeks)

2 Apr 2018 - 27 May 2018
(2 weeks non-catered 2 Apr-15 Apr)
Total
No of catered weeks 14 13 6
Large single ensuite
(double bed)
Hamilton / Tabor 2
£2,100 £2,170 £1,120 £5,390
Standard single ensuite
Maddison / Tabor (1,3)
£2,030 £2,095 £1,080 £5,205
Standard single with basin
Harvey / Dent
Large single basic
(no basin/double bed)
Strutt
£1,820 £1,870 £960 £4,650
Standard single basic
Gill / Strutt
£1,568 £1,600 £816 £3,984

* HALL FEES (2017/18) - FURTHER EDUCATION

42 week contract:
TYPE OF ROOM AVAILABLE
(HALL OF RESIDENCE)

All rooms single occupancy only
(unless stated otherwise)

All prices per person
Single beds (unless indicated)
Fees include meal allowance, utilities, cleaning provision, internet, safe & car parking
1st instalment
(15 weeks)


3 Sep 2017 -
17 Dec 2017
2nd instalment
(16 weeks)


18 Dec 2017 -
8 Apr 2018
(2 weeks non-catered 18 Dec-1 Jan)
3rd instalment
(11 weeks)


9 Apr 2018 - 24 June 2018
(2 weeks non-catered 2 Apr-15 Apr)
Total
No of catered weeks 15 14 9
Large single ensuite
(double bed)
Hamilton / Tabor 2
£2,250 £2,320 £1,570 £6,140
Standard single ensuite
Maddison / Tabor (1,3)
£2,175 £2,240 £1,515 £5,930
Standard single with basin
Harvey / Dent
Large single basic
(no basin/double bed)
Strutt
£1,950 £2,000 £1,350 £5,300
Standard single basic
Gill/Strutt
£1,680 £1,712 £1,152 £4,544
  • All rooms are single occupancy only apart from Tabor 2 which can be allocated to couples.
  • Once a room offer has been made, a payment of £225 is required (£200 refundable damage deposit, £25 non-refundable administration fee).
  • Hall fees for a full residential session are charged in three termly installments as shown. The fees entitle students to room occupancy for the residential session.
  • Hall fees include provision for up to **ten meals per week (term-time) to be taken in the Garden Room restaurant and other outlets. Meals are not included during the Christmas and Easter holidays. Further details can be found in the Residents Handbook. No refunds are available for any meals not taken.

Points to consider

  • All halls of residence are strictly non smoking.
  • Halls are a large community of students of mixed ages, sexes and from different cultures and backgrounds – can be fun but can take some getting used to!
  • All hall fees include a meal provision equivalent to up to **10 meals per week (term time) – if you prefer to do all your own cooking you may prefer to live off campus.
  • You will be committed to taking a room for a full residential session and will have to pay for any periods you maybe away, including study tours.
  • The room is yours through the Christmas and Easter Breaks – we do not ask students to move out!
  • You may not have lectures every day and home may be close enough to go home every weekend. An alternative may be to live in lodgings off campus Mon-Fri.

What’s Provided?

  • Bedroom – with wardrobe, bed (some double), desk and chair, shelving, notice board, curtains, carpets.
  • Cleaning
  • Utilities
  • Common Room/Snack kitchen – with toaster, hob, microwave & combi microwave, kettle, fridge.
  • Internet Access – included in hall fees.
  • Meals – up to **ten meals per week term time, excluding Christmas and Easter (Catering Services).
  • Safe – a free safe for valuables in each room.
  • Toilet facilities – check your halls details for the level of provision.
  • TV Aerial /Socket – some in bedrooms, some only in common rooms.
  • Car Parking

Thinking of bringing a TV to College?

Not all halls have TV aerial sockets in the bedrooms and the TV signal is not always strong, therefore students may wish to wait until after they move in before deciding to bring a TV and buying a TV license. Students often prefer to watch TV via the Internet which is available in all halls at no extra cost.

For further information regarding TV licensing go to www.tvlicensing.co.uk

Processing Applications

Applications for a place in halls will be sent with an offer of a place to study at Writtle. If you decide to accept Writtle as your first choice to study, you can return the halls application with your acceptance of the course offer. All students who intend to study on a full time course at Writtle are welcome to apply. Allocations for halls places will begin in April.

Students who are under 18 years of age will not be considered for a place in halls unless they are studying on an Undergraduate course. (Terms and Conditions apply).

Code of Practice

Code of Practice

Where you live whilst studying is a big part of being at College, which is why Writtle University College has signed up to The Student Accommodation Code. The Code protects our students’ rights to safe, good quality on campus accommodation, to ensure our students get the best out of their time living in residences. It outlines everything students can expect from our accommodation as well as their responsibilities. We are fully committed to providing a safe, comfortable living environment which will help support our students in leading a successful and enjoyable student life and The Student Accommodation Code underpins this commitment. Details of the Code can be obtained from the Accommodation Office or go to www.thesac.org.uk

Student Accommodation Code - Information Leaflet

* There will be a few rooms in some halls that have a different sized bed to that indicated. You will be notified of the bed size with the room offer.
** Assumes meal deals @ £4 each