To find out how to apply for accommodation, the undergraduate page has a step-by-step guide and all the information you need to know about your accommodation.
Students studying Nursing from 2019/2020 academic year follow the standard University of Nottingham term dates. Therefore you are able to choose to select catered or self-catered accommodation.
Students studying Graduate Entry Medicine (GEM), A108 Undergraduate Medicine with Foundation Year, and BSc Medical Physiology and Therapeutics will be studying at our Derby campus and can opt to apply for accommodation in Derby.
If you are on a course which does not follow the standard University of Nottingham term dates, you may find that catered halls are not the best option for you as availability is restricted to term-time only (you can request a room where you can stay over the vacation on a room only basis but there will be an additional charge). In addition, catered fees include 19 meals per week but you may find that the mealtimes do not fit with your course requirements. Catered halls do have an option of a packed breakfast/lunch/dinner if you know you will be unable to make any mealtimes but there is no reduction in fees if you miss meals.
If this does apply to you, self-catered sites offer greater independence and flexibility and you will have the advantage of not having to move out between terms. The self-catering facilities provided will enable you to manage your meal requirements. However, you are still welcome to apply to our catered halls if these are your top preferences.
Accommodation for Lincoln Medical Students
We offer a variety of accommodation for our students based at the Lincoln Medical School, most of which is on, or a short walk from, our Lincoln city-centre campus. Students studying at Lincon will need to apply for accommodation in Lincoln. Details of the various types of accommodation available, accommodation costs and guidance on how to apply can be found at https://www.lincoln.ac.uk/home/accommodation/.