We have a number of high-quality, competitively-priced, study-bedrooms on the campus. All are en-suite. Our entire residential area is self-catering, with kitchenettes located in each part of it. Students in residence are expected to live in harmony with a Christian ethic, and everyone is required to comply with some elementary rules designed to make community life an enriching experience.
Most returning students take accommodation in off-campus student houses in the south Manchester area. Should on-campus residence places be over-subscribed, priority is given to first and final year students and to international students.
Postgraduate students normally have a 48-week housing contract, since their courses run for a full twelve months, rather than simply the academic year. Undergraduate students normally have a 28-30 week housing contract and accommodation through Christmas and summer holiday periods is not usually possible.
The Nazarene also has a limited supply of married student housing. Most of this is designed for couples, rather than families – and priority goes to students from outside the UK. We also work with a range of local landlords to help support couples and families in finding suitable housing.
We also have some guest room availability – though this is in demand at peak times of the year. For information on its availability, please contact the bookings and accommodation office.
There are also places to stay in the vicinity of the college; details of some of these are available on our Alternate Accommodation Recommendations PDF (0.1MB).
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have specific questions about facilities for disabled students, or contact us to arrange a visit and discuss your requirements.