Applications for summer accommodation are now available please apply online (TBC from April).
For current residents our summer period starts from Sunday 6 June 2021 to 10am on Sunday 5 September 2021.
Please note if your room is required for Conference use over the summer you may be moved to a temporary room while your new room is made clean and ready for you.
For those currently living off campus our summer period starts from Friday 11 June 2021 to 10am on Sunday 5 September 2021.
Students who are interested in staying on campus during the summer are welcome to apply online (TBC from April) for the full duration you require for the summer.
The minimum booking of one week is required when applying. It is important that you apply for the maximum period you require. If you decide to apply in small blocks the Student Living team is not able to guarantee continuous stay in the same room, or that we will have availability when you make a future application. We are able to offer a very limited number of rooms to Brunel students as some halls of residence are not available this summer due to redecoration and conference bookings. We will be prioritising those students who will be studying during the summer period.
Please be advised all room offers are subject to availability as we have limited rooms for the summer. Accommodation on campus during the summer is very popular; please ensure you apply and make the full payment as soon as possible. We advise to check your eVision My Money account as students who have outstanding accommodation charges will not be allocated until this is paid.
Please note students who have a postgraduate length contract until 10am on Sunday 5 September 2021 do not need to apply for the summer period.
Traveling from overseas
Please be aware that if you travel from overseas during the summer period to your accommodation at Brunel University London you may be required to quarantine on your return for your safety and the safety of fellow students.
The UK government is advising all travellers to familiarise themselves with the current Coronavirus (COVID-19): how to self-isolate when you travel to the UK guidance.
If you travel to one of the areas for which you are required to quarantine on return to the UK you must:
1. Complete the public health passenger locator form 48 hours before you arrive to UK
2. Notify us at Brunel before you arrive back in the UK
How do I notify Brunel?
Once you have booked your return flight you will need to send the following details to firstname.lastname@example.org:
- Arrival Airport & Date
- Flight Nos and Arrival Time
- Origin of Flight