How to apply

Applying for your accommodation is simple.

When you accept your offer for Leeds Beckett you'll receive an email with everything you need to get started. Once you've set up your account you can then choose your room in your chosen accommodation, see who's already booked into your flat and stay in control of your booking.

01 Accept your offer

This is the first exciting step in your student experience journey!

02 Look for accommodation

Take a look at the different accommodation and room types available, if you haven't already. You can take a look at our student accommodation below. 

03 Your welcome email

Keep an eye on your inbox and wait for your welcome email to arrive. This can take up to 48 hours from accepting your offer and will contain a user ID you'll need for the next step.

04 Choose your accommodation

Your welcome email will prompt you to create an account and password on our accommodation system. You can then log in and book the hall and specific room of your choice.

05 Get the perfect fit

Once you've decided on the perfect hall and room for you, you can also input basic information about yourself to help you get a great match with your future flatmates. 

06 Pay your deposit

The final stage is to pay your £200 deposit within seven days of applying (if applicable). Your contract will then be emailed out to you later on in the year. If you want more info before then, visit our contract page. 

Useful accommodation information

There are eight types of accommodations for you to choose from. Start by using the room search to find the right room for you. The earlier you book, the better the chance of getting your chosen room. If your room type is fully booked, you have an option to be added to a waiting list for another room type. If one becomes available, we will contact you to ask if you want to swap.

Your £200 deposit helps to secure your room, but if you decide to cancel your booking for any reason then we will send it back to you within 28 days.

When you move in, your deposit is used to cover any damage to the flat during the time that you live there. That's why it's really important to fill out an arrival inspection form when you move in to make sure you don't get charged for anything you didn't do.

You can cancel your booking before you move in for any reason at no cost to you. Your deposit will be returned to you within 28 days.

If you decide you want to leave after you have moved in then you are still responsible for the rent on the room. This means you will either keep paying for the room or will need to find someone to take over the contract. There are situations when you might be released from your contract so speak to the Accommodation team to get the best advice.

The process is a little different at these sites. You still pay £200 when you accept your contract but this is then taken out of your first rent payment. You then pay for any damages to the flat directly at the end of the year.

There are eight types of accommodations for you to choose from. Start by using the room search to find the right room for you. The earlier you book, the better the chance of getting your chosen room. If your room type is fully booked, you have an option to be added to a waiting list for another room type. If one becomes available, we will contact you to ask if you want to swap.

Your £200 deposit helps to secure your room, but if you decide to cancel your booking for any reason then we will send it back to you within 28 days.

When you move in, your deposit is used to cover any damage to the flat during the time that you live there. That's why it's really important to fill out an arrival inspection form when you move in to make sure you don't get charged for anything you didn't do.

You can cancel your booking before you move in for any reason at no cost to you. Your deposit will be returned to you within 28 days.

If you decide you want to leave after you have moved in then you are still responsible for the rent on the room. This means you will either keep paying for the room or will need to find someone to take over the contract. There are situations when you might be released from your contract so speak to the Accommodation team to get the best advice.

The process is a little different at these sites. You still pay £200 when you accept your contract but this is then taken out of your first rent payment. You then pay for any damages to the flat directly at the end of the year.