The items you must bring with you are:
Usually you will bring more than this.
For more general information, the UCAS site has a much longer list and here's some help from the Freshers Guide in The Guardian.
Documents to bring to university that are useful:
No, this is not permitted unless you can show evidence of a medical need for specific additional furniture.
There are no pets allowed in any of the halls. Assistance dogs are obviously the exception.
Yes, there is no restrictions on bringing a car to Abertay.
However, parking is not provided on campus and there is limited public parking nearby. Some halls may provide parking spaces but usually these need to be paid for/rented.
You can use the council-run West Bell Street multi-storey car park which is next to the campus, which also needs to be paid for.
Yes. The University provides secure bike storage on campus and most of the halls have bike racks too. You need to bring a secure bike lock with you as well.
Bikes need to be properly secured outdoors, in the designated areas at halls, so that fire escape routes are not blocked.
Unless specifically required from a medical stand point, pets, white goods, kitchen equipment, or other larger electronic items are not allowed in your room.
The list of items not permitted includes candles, fridges, freezers, tumble dryers, microwaves, toasters, kettles and heaters. This is not the full list so if you aren't sure, please contact the residence you are living in and they will help.
If you have a disability that requires additional equipment in your room - such as a fridge for storing medication - please get in touch with your hall of residence to discuss appropriate arrangements.
Please visit the TV Licencing website for full information. You'll need one if you want to watch television.
TV Licensing's database lists addresses that don't have a TV Licence, including university accommodation, and officers do visit unlicensed properties.
To find out more about whether you need a licence, phone TV Licensing on 0300 790 6090 or visit the TV Licensing website.