We have a limited number of flats which have been adapted to suit students with restricted mobility and we will do our best to adapt to meet your needs. However, there is no single solution to suit everyone. Please contact Student Services on email@example.com and a member of staff will be able to further inform you about how we can assist with your particular disability.
We would try to give some priority to your application, and would do our best to help you find suitable accommodation. However, we are unable to offer you a cast-iron guarantee of accommodation.
The University does have a number of rooms reserved for students who need additional support such as a medical condition or disability. Please contact us before you apply to discuss your needs. Either email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone +44 (0)1382 308049.
Please contact Student Services on email@example.com.
When completing the Residences Application in OASIS tell us in the 'Special Needs/Comments' box that you wish to stay in the same flat as a friend, but due to availability we cannot guarantee that we will be able to fulfil your request.
Yes, all our residences are non-smoking.
No. All residents in university accommodation have both the Christmas and spring vacations included within their tenancy agreement.
Although not always possible, some times we offer a percentage of our residences to returning students. This depends on the number of new students coming to Abertay.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for information on current vacancies.
No, unfortunately not. Although the Residences Office has approximately 500 bed spaces in University residences, we simply do not have a large enough housing stock to be able to promise University accommodation to students who are not new entrants.
Unfortunately, this is not one of the services that we are able to offer to students. Everyone has his or her own criteria for what makes a great flat, so it is much better if you check out the options for yourself.
The University makes no recommendations with regards to private landlords/companies. Student Services have some information available and the Shelter Scotland website has good advice on finding private accommodation to rent.