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AccommodationFrequently asked questions September 2022

Due to an exceptionally high volume of applications for accommodation, we are unfortunately no longer accepting requests for September 2022.

Take a look below at our accommodation FAQs:

Unfortunately, due to exceptional demand, our student accommodation is now full and we are no longer accepting applications for entry in September 2022. For information and advice on finding accommodation in the private sector please refer to Strath Union 'house hunting starter guide'.

At the discretion of the University a full refund of tuition fees may be made to students who withdraw from a programme with appropriate approval within the first two of weeks of starting their studies. Undergraduate students funded by Student Awards Agency for Scotland (SAAS) will not be liable for tuition fees if they withdraw before 1 December. Undergraduate students in receipt of a tuition fee loan from the Student Loan Company (SLC) will be liable for the following: 25% if in attendance on 3rd Wednesday in October; 50% if in attendance on the 1st Wednesday in February; 100% if in attendance on the 1st Wednesday in May.

Please contact your School or Department to discuss your circumstances. The vast majority of programmes are designed for on-campus delivery with in-person activities and we will not be able to offer parallel remote study. Your School or Department will explain the requirements of your particular programme of study in relation to your level of study, in-person requirements and Professional, Statutory & Regulatory Body requirements relating to professional qualifications.

For information and advice on finding accommodation in the private sector please refer to Strath Union’s 'house hunting starter guide'.

Please contact your School or Department to discuss your circumstances. Decisions regarding deferral should be made with knowledge of the requirements of your particular programme of study.

Please contact your School or Department to discuss your circumstances. If you feel you need to interrupt your studies for part of a session, you should contact your Advisor of Studies/Counsellor. In certain circumstances you may be recommended to apply for voluntary suspension.

This application will be considered by the Head of Department/ School (or nominee) and is subject to approval by the Vice Dean (Academic). If approved, your registration will be amended to show a student in voluntary suspension and some tuition fees may be refunded. You should also notify your Local Education Authority or grant awarding body of this change to your academic status.

Please contact Accommodation Services on student.accommodation@strath.ac.uk to let them know you will be arriving late.

To make a complaint please visit our Complaints procedure.