Inspirational City

Bristol is the home of the creatives. Whether your passion is music, art or film, the city will let your talent grow and develop. With ever expanding community of visionaries you will always find new opportunities to get involved and become a part of Bristol's art scene. 


We know accommodation is a big worry for many prospective students.  Rest assured that you will definitely find something perfect for your needs.  Bristol caters brilliantly to its huge student population and the Screenology team are here to help you discover your perfect home for your time with us. Generally speaking, most students will either choose to live in the private student halls or share a house or a flat with fellow students.

Private Student Halls

Private student halls are an ideal choice for first year students, for a number of reasons:

  • Facilities are located in the city centre

  • A wide range of accommodation types available (studio apartment, en-suite room, room in a shared flat)

  • Rooms are fully furnished

  • Facilities have entertaining common areas such as Game, TV rooms and Gym

  • Student halls run social events

  • Offer 44 week contracts (the length of one academic year)

  • All bills included

House and Flat Shares

For those who want to find accommodation in groups of 3+ people, there are a number of professional letting agencies that will help you find the best accommodation to suit your needs. 

To get started try Room Go and Spare Room

When applying for the course at a later time, finding a bedroom in a shared student house or flat can be quite cheap and a good way to meet people outside of Screenology. Groups to check out - Bristol Alternative Community Abodes and Bristol Rooms to Rent.


If you have ANY questions about accommodation please call Eve or Alison on 0117 325 3007 or email

Phoenix court is great for its central location which makes it easy to get anywhere and experience life in Bristol
— Screenology student
Blenheim court is a great social building, there will always be people you can talk to and you’ll keep in touch with after you’ve gone!
— Screenology student