Our Residential Accommodation is all situated close to the school and is of a very good standard. St Andrew’s College Cambridge owns six of its own residence buildings. Students in each of these residences are looked after by a permanent member of staff who lives on site at the residence in separate accommodation; all the residences are available exclusively to St Andrew’s Cambridge students throughout school term time. The smallest residence is home to eight students, whilst the largest houses 18. This means that they are small, friendly environments for students to live in.
Our residential accommodation offers a safe, comfortable and convenient alternative to homestay accommodation, and they are located near the Station Road and Regent Street sites, such that students living in residence usually walk between their residences and school – though some prefer to live life in the Cambridge way, and cycle.
WHY LIVE IN A HALL OF RESIDENCE?
- Live close to school
- Single and twin rooms available
- Breakfast and dinner provided with special diets catered for
- Well-trained, live-in House Managers
- The opportunity to live with students from all over the world, improve your English and experience new cultures
MEET THE HOUSE MANAGERS
Nikki is a House Manager at one of our halls of residence. She has been working for the college since January 2014. She has a BA Hons degree in counselling and also offers a counselling service to students. The House Managers at St Andrew’s College Cambridge residences are all permanent, full-time employees of the college.
They live in accommodation at their residence 52 weeks a year, and work hard to look after the students they are responsible for. Most of our House Managers have been with us for many years, and all of them are DBS police record checked.
They are all trained and qualified in food preparation, first aid, fire marshalling, allergens, and child protection.
WHAT NIKKI SAYS