Accommodation

It is very important that you have a place to stay when you arrive in the UK. ONCAMPUS has a dedicated accommodation department to make sure that finding a place to live while you study, is quick and easy. ONCAMPUS works with student accommodation providers to offer high quality student accommodation close to the centre.

We understand the importance of having a safe and welcoming place to live while you study. We are proud to offer accommodation options in a number of student locations that are designed with international students in mind. Below are a few examples of the types of accommodation you will find on our accommodation booking website.

Access booking.oncampus.global to learn more about the options available. 

David Collett

David Collett is located in the west park on campus and is close to the Engineering departments and University Library. The hall offers spacious rooms located in six different blocks and is named after the Chairman of the University Council from 1966 to 1982. 

Facilities

  • Catered Monday - Friday (10 meals per week, breakfast and evening meal) 
  • 7 - 14 students share kitchenettes (average 8 per kitchen) 
  • Card/mobile app-operated launderette 
  • Four common/games rooms with pool and tennis tables, Freeview and 40” HD TV (facilities subject to change) 
  • The University network and internet access are available by both wired and wireless network 
  • Bike shed

Services

  • Fortnightly bedroom cleaning 
  • Weekly cleaning of kitchens and communal areas 

Elvyn Richards

Elvyn Richards is located in the popular student village. This hall takes its name from Professor Elvyn Richards, the University’s second Vice-Chancellor from 1967 to 1975.

Facilities

  • Catered Monday - Friday (10 meals per week, lunch and evening meal) 
  • 5 - 8 students share large kitchen 
  • Large kitchen/diner 
  • Central card operated launderette (The Hub) 
  • Games/common room (facilities subject to change) 
  • The University network and internet access are available by both wired and wireless networks 
  • Bike store

Services

  • Fortnightly bedroom cleaning

  • Weekly cleaning of kitchens and communal areas


Faraday

Faraday is in the student village at the heart of the campus, consisting of 27 accommodation blocks of two and three storeys. This hall is named after the renowned scientist and former Director of the Royal Institution, Michael Faraday.

Facilities

  • Catered Monday - Friday (15 meals per week) 
  • Large common/games room - Freeview TV, 
  • DVD, table football, pool table, darts and more (facilities subject to change) 
  • Card/mobile app operated launderette 
  • The University network and internet access are available by both wired and wireless networks
  • Bike sheds

Services

  • Fortnightly bedroom cleaning 
  • Weekly cleaning of kitchens and communal areas 
  • Communal bathrooms and toilet facilities will be cleaned a minimum of three times a week

Royce

Located in the popular student village, Royce consists of 19 accommodation blocks of two and three storeys. It is close to lecture halls, sports facilities, the library and is only a 20-minute walk from town. The hall is named after Sir Henry Royce, founder member of Rolls-Royce Ltd, a pioneer of aeronautical engineering in education.

Facilities

  • Catered Monday - Friday (15 meals per week) 
  • 2 - 8 students share a kitchenette (number sharing facilities is higher in some larger blocks) 
  • Large common/games room - Freeview TV, 
  • table football, darts and more (facilities subject to change) 
  • The University network and internet access are available by both wired and wireless networks
  • Card/mobile app operated launderette 
  • Bike shed

Services

  • Fortnightly bedroom cleaning 
  • Weekly cleaning of kitchens and communal areas 
  • Communal bathrooms and toilet facilities will be cleaned a minimum of three times a week

Robert Bakewell

Located in the student village, Robert Bakewell hall is only a 5-minute walk from the library, a 5-minute walk from the EHB bar and a 10-minute walk to the Students’ Union. The hall is named after Robert Bakewell who was an eighteenth-century agriculturalist from nearby Dishley Grange.

Facilities

  • Central card operated launderette (the Hub) 
  • Games/common room (facilities subject to change)
  • The University network and internet access are available by both wired and wireless networks 
  • Bike shed

Services

  • Fortnightly bedroom cleaning 
  • Weekly cleaning of kitchens and communal areas 

Claudia Parsons

Claudia Parsons is a new Hall of Residence opened in 2019 - this hall is named after an English engineer, traveller and Alumna of Loughborough University. She is known for being the first woman to circumnavigate the world by car. Located in the village, Claudia Parsons is at the heart of campus and close to lecture theatres, sporting facilities and the Students’ Union.

Facilities

  • The University network and internet access are available by both wired and wireless networks 
  • Card/mobile app operated launderette 
  • Student social hub 
  • Active Campus – facilities providing outstanding recreation and fitness opportunities, an environment where students can study and 
  • relax in spaces specifically designed to 
  • support learning, health and wellbeing 
  • Bike Storage

Services

  • Fortnightly bedroom cleaning 
  • Weekly cleaning of kitchens and communal areas

Butler Court

Located in East Park, near the School of Design and Creative Arts and the rugby pitches. Butler Court is a very tight-knit community where morale is high and there is a great social life. The hall is named after Sir Clifford Butler, Vice-Chancellor of the University from 1975-1985.

Facilities

  • Card/mobile app operated launderette
  • Large games/common room including TV, table tennis and table football
  • The University network and internet access are available by both wired and wireless networks
  • Bike shed

Services

  • Fortnightly bedroom cleaning 
  • Weekly cleaning of kitchens and communal areas

Falkner Eggington

Named after Harold Everett Falkner, founder and former head of Aeronautical Engineering. Also Alfred Thomas Eggington, awarded the Military Cross in 1916, former headmaster of Loughborough College. Falkner Eggington is the largest self-catered hall on campus. With a unique mix of ages and cultures the hall is known for its community spirit and lively atmosphere.

Facilities

  • Large Kitchen/Diner 
  • 7 or 8 students share 2 x showers & toilets in 2 or 3 storey flats 
  • 2 x Common/Games rooms 
  • Card/mobile app operated launderette 
  • The University network and internet access are available by both wired and wireless networks
  • Bike sheds

Services

  • Fortnightly bedroom cleaning 
  • Weekly cleaning of kitchens and communal areas
  • Communal bathrooms and toilet facilities will be cleaned a minimum of three times a week  

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How to apply

Once you have paid your course deposit, you will receive an email from the Student Accommodation Centre within three working days to advise you when and how to apply.

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