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Accommodation

Silver

From £114.00 per week*

Parker House, Parker House Parker Street Dundee, DD1 5RW

Flats can contain 5 or 7 bedrooms, all of which are en-suite (have their own private bathroom) and a shared kitchen/common room area.  Silver rooms contain a private toilet/shower room, 1 three quarter size bed, 1 wardrobe, 1 set of drawers, 1 desk and 1 desk chair.

Images and 360's are for illustrative purposes only. Your room may differ.

Parker House Building

Parker House is owned and managed by a private company, and is available to students of all local universities and colleges.

It has 498 bedrooms, with around half set aside for Abertay students only. The exact number of rooms for Abertay students is subject to change year on year.

The modern, purpose built building offers en-suite facilities in every bedroom and is a five-minute walk from campus. More information can be found at https://www.prodigy-living.co.uk/cities/dundee/parker-house.

Utilities Included
Shared Kitchen
Contents Insurance
Free Wifi
0.2mi
From Abertay

Kitchen

Parker House offers a fully equipped kitchen/common room area, which contain up to 2 fridge-freezers, a hob and oven, a sink area and plenty of cupboard space for each flatmate. They also provide a microwave, a kettle and a toaster.  

Parker House will provide the following in all kitchens

  • Kettle
  • Toaster
  • Microwave

Parker House will provide the following in all flats

  • Iron
  • Ironing board
  • Vacuum Cleaner

Laundry

Parker House has a laundry room which has 8 washing machines and 7 dryers.  These are all card operated machines and are owned and operated by Circuit Laundry. 

 


What you will need to bring

  • Duvet, pillow, mattress cover and bed sheets
  • Plates and cutlery
  • Towels
  • Cooking utensils e.g. spatulas, wooden spoons
  • Cleaning materials
  • Toilet roll
  • Clothes hangers

If you don't want to carry your bulky duvet, pillow and mattress cover with you, you can buy a set from our online store and it will be in your room when you arrive.

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Rent

‌Included in the rent:

  • All utility bills - heating, water, electricity etc.
  • Access to on-site gym
  • Contents insurance 
    • For full details of the insurance cover contact Parker House directly

100mb of wifi internet is provided free of charge. For more information about internet provision please contact Parker House directly.

The rent amount depends on the room type and how you will be staying. Full details of the different rent costs of all Abertay accommodations can be found on the 2017-18 Rent Costs.

43 weeks 51 weeks
Total £4,902.00 £5,304.00
Monthly Rate £544.67 £589.33
Weekly Equivalent
(for info only)
£114 £104
Deposit £250 £250

Parker House is approximately 300 yards from the main University campus on Bell Street and easy to get to from all directions. If you are using SatNav please use the address and postcode below. For the postal address please contact Parker House.

How to apply

1

Apply via OASIS after firmly accepting a course offer.
 

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2

Choose 5 accommodation preferences in order, 1 being your first choice

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3

Room offer emailed. Accept the offer in OASIS
 

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4

Pay your pre-payment

 

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Remember you can go to our frequently asked questions (FAQ's) page if you require further information.

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Accessibility

To notify us of any other important information, or any specific requests regarding sharing with friends or a disability, please use the ‘Special Needs/Further Information’ section. 

If a paper application is required you should contact usPlease note that paper applications will only be issued once the application is open and your offer to study at Abertay is firmly accepted. 

If you are a student with a disability of any kind please contact our Advisor to Students with Disabilities by using any of the following details:

Students Eligible to Apply

New Students/First Entrants - Students coming to Abertay for the first time regardless of what year of the course they are studying.

Allocation priority is given to new students/first entrants to Abertay University who plan to study with the institution for a minimum of 1 full academic year.
 

Semester 1 and 2 Students - Students studying at Abertay for one semester only.

(Please note we only have a limited number of rooms available for 1 semester only)

The application will show 40-week and 51-week options. Note that you are studying for one semester only in the 'Special Needs/Further Information' box and then select your choices.

2017-18 - lease dates will be as follows (please note that these dates are fixed and non-negotiable): 

Semester 1 = 27 August 2017 to 7 January 2018 (19 weeks)

Semester 2 = 7 January 2018 to 3 June 2018 (21 weeks)
 

Returning Students - Full-time students who have studied with Abertay previously and plan to continue with their studies during the coming academic year.

(Please note we only have a limited number of rooms available for returning students)

We are offering returning students accommodation in 2017-18. Please contact the Residences team for an application.

Allocation Policy

When allocating accommodation the University gives priority to new students/first entrants and to overseas students who are new to Dundee (and studying for 1 full academic year). The University's accommodation is self-catering and the majority of first year undergraduates will be housed in blocks of university flats.

You may state your accommodation preference, but while we will make every effort to match your preference, limited availability means this cannot be guaranteed. It is essential that any special needs and/or requirements are entered on the application form.

Applications will only be considered from students who are prepared to accept the terms of the Student Residences Agreement for their full period of study in the relevant academic year. This is a legally binding agreement and students should not accept the terms without fully understanding their meaning.

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