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Hi! So I’m entering keele this September (first year) and I’ve applied for accommodation a few weeks late. Keele is both my firm and insurance choice and I’ve received a conditional offer. I was wondering what my chances of getting an en-suite are and what category I am in?
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Hi! So I’m entering keele this September (first year) and I’ve applied for accommodation a few weeks late. Keele is both my firm and insurance choice and I’ve received a conditional offer. I was wondering what my chances of getting an en-suite are and what category I am in?
Hi!

I think I may have replied to your cross-post in the Keele Accommodation Thread but I thought I'd reply here also!

In terms of accommodation, the best thing for you to do is to contact the accommodation team and ask. Accommodation will continue to be allocated right through to mid August, with any remaining accommodation then opened up for clearing.

Whilst we can't guarantee availability of a particular room/accommodation type, the accommodation team can tell you more about the process and help you with making your application. There's more about applying for accommodation - including details about the timescale and the process we use for room allocation at https://www.keele.ac.uk/discover/acc...on/howtoapply/.

You can contact them the accommodation team on [email protected], or by completing an enquiry form on our website at https://www.keele.ac.uk/discover/acc...ion/contactus/.

Hope that helps!

Amy Louise
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