Finding a
student house

Norland does not have its own accommodation, but students live in shared student houses across the city of Bath. This enables them to fully immerse themselves into student life outside of Norland training and learn essential life skills.

Although students are responsible for finding their own accommodation in their second and third years, the College secures a number of places in houses across the city each year for first year students. When you are offered a place at Norland you will be asked if you would like us to help you find your first year accommodation and, if so, we will then place you into a house with other Norland students, which has been visited and vetted by a member of staff. All bedrooms are furnished with a bed, desk,
drawers and a wardrobe. 

All accommodation sourced by Norland is within walking distance or a bus ride from College. Although we place you in these houses, please note that accommodation contracts are strictly between the student and the letting agent or landlord. Contracts with letting agents or landlords typically run from August or September for a duration of 12 months, regardless of term dates.

The approximate cost of accommodation is £500-£550 per calendar month and does not include bills.