Are you joining us in September 2018, and haven't sorted out your accommodation yet?
Important: the self-selection accommodation application process closes on Wednesday 18 July at 9am - if you have an outstanding application please complete it before this time, to secure your self-selected room.
If you apply after this time, you will be asked to select your 3 room and location preferences, and will then be allocated accommodation.
Applications are live until 31 July 2018 - so there's no need to panic, if you meet our terms & conditions and apply before this date you are guaranteed accommodation.
Please note - if you apply and don't find what you're looking for, you can contact the Accommodation Office to be notified when more room types become available - see below for more info.
We can help you so there is absolutely no need to panic.
We still have plenty of rooms available and you are 100% guaranteed accommodation - if you meet the terms & conditions: https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/accommodation/guarantee
If you have already been in contact with our Accommodation Office and put yourself on the waiting list - then you don't need to do anything further and you will be contacted early next week.
If you haven't already spoken to the team to let them know what you're looking for - please email the Accommodation Office: email@example.com
You will be put on a list and a member of the team will be in touch shortly with more information when rooms are available.
We can't wait to welcome you in September - everything 'Starts Here' in University Accommodation.
We know you’re all excited about applying for your accommodation. Applications are open until 31 July 2018 to meet the accommodation guarantee. Please be patient during this time as the Admissions team will be processing your emails and login details.
If you have chosen Sheffield as your firm choice, and accepted your unconditional or conditional offer to study at the university, you can now apply!
• Wait until you receive an email from the admissions teams stating that you can now apply for university accommodation
• Set up your MUSE account
• Log in to MUSE and start your application for university accommodation
Our new self-select process gives you more control over where you live. You can select the location, your preferred accommodation block and even your own flat and bedroom! Are you coming to Sheffield with some friends from your hometown? Simply apply at the same time, and select the same flat – how great is that? When selecting a room if your first choice is not available please consider looking at alternative options, and you can find out more info on these by viewing the 360 degree tours. You might also consider single gender accommodation, as this may provide you with a greater choice. Don't forget - you'll make friends all over the residences, not just in your flat!
Don’t forget to join our Facebook block groups for your accommodation - https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/accommodation/social
We are proud to announce that we have LGBT+ accommodation available at Ranmoor/Endcliffe. When you are applying for your accommodation you will be asked if you'd like to live in an LGBT+ flat, with en-suite and shared bathroom options available. Living in this accommodation is by no means compulsory for those who identify, but is available as an option. Click here to read a statement from the Students' Union Women's Officer, Celeste Jones.
Families & Couples
Many of our international students bring their families with them to Sheffield and we are here to make your experience of studying at the University of Sheffield with your family as easy and enjoyable as possible.
The University recognises that additional factors need to be taken into account in bringing your family to Sheffield.
There is a wide variety of accommodation for couples and families at The University of Sheffield. The Accommodation Office can provide information about our accommodation and also to help you settle into your new home as a family.
The University Accommodation Services office will give you every possible assistance to find suitable accommodation, but as demand for this type of accommodation is sometimes greater than the number of properties available, the University cannot guarantee that suitable housing will always be found.