International Study Centre

Accommodation

Feel at home in Glasgow

Studying in a new country is an exciting experience – here at University of Strathclyde International Study Centre, there are a range of housing options where you can make the most out of living in Scotland. You can live on the University of Strathclyde's Glasgow city-centre campus or in third-party accommodation in the centre of town. Staying in a student residence will help you settle into life away from home and make new friends from around the world.

While studying a programme at the International Study Centre, you can choose to live in the accommodation offered below, or have the option to arrange your own accommodation independently.

Which accommodation is right for you?

Your accommodation options will vary depending on when you will be starting at the International Study Centre. These accommodation options are perfectly located and surrounded by everything you will need whilst studying in Glasgow.

Everything you need to know about Student Roost accommodation

Across the 5 halls of residence, you will have the choice of studio rooms, ensuite rooms, and one bedroom apartments. You can expect the following amenities:

Bedroom

  • Single or double bed
  • Underbed storage
  • Wardrobe
  • Personal study space with desk and chair
  • Mirror

Services

  • WiFi
  • Contents insurance
  • Bike storage
  • Staff on site 24/7
  • Personal possessions insurance
  • Onsite laundry facilities
  • Exciting social calendar

Student Roost Accommodation will cost between £125 and £245 per week*.

You can find the full list of available accommodation on the Student Roost website.

*Please note that these are the guideline accommodation costs for the 2021/22 academic year, and is subject to change. The cost of your room will be confirmed in the tenancy agreement.

Once it is confirmed that you can return to on-campus learning, and if you have requested accommodation, the Central Student Support team will contact you with the latest information on available options and fees.

Arranging your own accommodation privately

If you are booking your own accommodation privately it is important that you let us know where you are staying.

Look out for fraud

Scammers may specifically target international students so it is important to be able to recognise common signs of fraudulent activity and know what to do if you come across it. Let us know at fraudreporting@studygroup.com if you have any concerns about fraudulent activity when dealing with a private accommodation provider so that we can help to protect you and other international students in case they are targeted in the same way.

Accommodation Commitment

You are guaranteed accommodation for our Autumn intakes as long as you have received your confirmation letter from our admissions team by Midday on July 30th and applied using the instructions provided within your confirmation letter by Midday on August 2nd.

Arrange your room

If you require support in sourcing accommodation, please contact our Strathclyde ISC Central Student Support Team to enquire about our currently available accommodation options.

Independently-arranged accommodation

You can also find your own long or short-term accommodation. If you are under 18 at the start of your course, and you want to arrange your own accommodation, you will need to provide your address to the Admissions Centre. Students over the age of 18 are also encouraged to provide the Centre with their address details.

An international student from the University of Strathclyde International Study Centre

The accommodation was good. It was a good experience. I met really good people, nice people from different parts of the world. That is the beauty of international studies because I got to meet people I had never met before. Back home in Nigeria I hardly ever get to meet people from different countries."

Ololade from Nigeria Studied Undergraduate Foundation Programme in
Engineering and Sciences 
Progressed to BEng (Hons) Electronic & Electrical Engineering

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