We aim to offer all postgraduates up to three years of College accommodation located in central Cambridge.
You'll find us right in the centre of Cambridge, on a side street away from busy tourist routes. Our postgraduate accommodation is located around the boundaries of the College, which helps to keep the community feeling for which we're known.
Most places in Cambridge are within easy walking distance, although many of our students choose to use bikes. Nearly all our facilities are on this large, central site.
Rents and room details
All postgraduate accommodation has cooking and laundry facilities, plus fast internet access via ethernet cable, and the housekeeping department regularly cleans the communal spaces in each house.
Tenancies are from 15 September to 31 August each year. For those students remaining in College accommodation the following year, we are able to provide accommodation for the period between tenancies. Rents are based on each room's size and facilities, you can see details of rent rates and what's included.
Types of accommodation
Most postgraduates live in furnished houses which are owned by the College, shared by three to sixteen students, with single study bedrooms and shared facilities. There are a few sets of two rooms, and rooms with ensuite facilities available.
We have an extremely limited number of partner units which are offered to new students, subject to availability. Our partner units are either one- or two-bedroom flats or small houses; they are not generally suitable for families with children. We would advise anyone thinking of coming to Cambridge with children to contact the College well in advance to discuss accommodation options.
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Jesus College is an accredited landlord
Jesus College has subscribed to the Accreditation Network UK (ANUK) Code of Practice for the Management of Student Accommodation. The Code sets out expected standards of service in accommodation provision for students. Further details can be found on the ANUK website.