The Safezone app provides quick access to emergency calls, first aid, maps and a help desk.
Emergency: +44(0)1904 323 333
All other calls: +44(0)1904 324 444
As part of your terms and conditions, you agree to keep your accommodation secure:
If you lock yourself out of your room you can get a temporary key at your college reception.
You’ll be asked to provide identification to help prevent unauthorised access to your room. You must return the temporary key within 24 hours or you’ll be charged £10 for a replacement.
We've got you covered: Contents insurance
Personal contents insurance is included in the price of your University accommodation.
Our accommodation is well-equipped to ensure your safety in case of a fire. It's your job to familiarise yourself with the rules below, to avoid putting yourself and others in danger:
If you bring electrical items from overseas to use in communal areas, please ensure that they conform to EU standards. If they don't, we may remove them from your kitchen.
The United Kingdom uses a voltage of 230V with a frequency of 50 Hz. Only use a British standard fused voltage adaptor with three rectangular blades. Never force another plug type into the socket.
If you have the following items in your accommodation they may be removed from your room:
All electrical appliances (including adaptors and extension leads) should be checked for safety with a Portable Appliance Testing (PAT) session before they are used on campus.
Electrical appliances in communal areas will be tested when we carry out testing of our own appliances. Any items found to be unsafe will be removed.
Every year we offer free testing of students’ electrical appliances. We’ll let you know here when this is scheduled to take place.
We also recommend bringing any electrical items that you use in your bedroom, particularly: