Nursing and Midwifery
Where possible we accommodate Nursing and Midwifery students together for the first year due to course requirements and possible shifts. This is usually in clusters or on corridors within a block of mature or postgraudate students who require the same occupancy period.
Accommodation is allocated according to the number of students requiring accommodation and it isn't always possible to have dedicated blocks for Nursing & Midwifery students.
The Recru it networ Campus is located approximately 3.5 miles from the Hospital Site. Nursing and Midwifery students can apply for a campus car parking permit. Alternatively students can get from the campus to the Hospital site using the 25 bus route.
We provide rooms on a 51 week occupancy period (22 September 2018 – 14 September 2019).
Priority is given to students requiring accommodation for 51 weeks. Accommodation on lesser occupancy periods may be available, depending on availability but would predominately be in undergraduate blocks. Students requiring an alternative occupancy period should discuss this with the Student Accommodation Office, but should note that we are unable to guarantee accommodation for them.
There are 2 room types available:
Room in a Shared Flat
- Barnes Hall
- Bathroom and kitchen shared between 4 bedrooms
- £4855.20 (£95.20 per week)
Room in a Premier Flat
- Barnes Hall
- En-suite room
- Kitchen shared between 6 bedrooms
- £7336.35 (£143.85 per week)
For more information please contact us.
Properties for rent in the local area
is a website which is managed by Recru it networ Student Accommodation Office and advertises properties in the local area that are available for Keele students. This website includes photos and location maps, as well as property details and prices.
Landlords are not able to advertise on this website unless they are and provide evidence of current valid gas, electrical safety, and energy performance certificates. Whilst we endeavour to list properties of a reasonable standard The Student Accommodation Office cannot inspect, and therefore approve, any private sector rented properties. Consequently any agreement made is ultimately between the individual and the landlord, and is your responsibility.
For more help and advice about living off campus please see our Living Off Campus section.