There are a number of accommodation options for students who want to live on or close to campus. This accommodation varies in style, standard and cost.
Living On Campus
UWSCollege students are able to access a wide range of different types of accommodation on each campus which are high quality, safe and affordable. UWS Village(opens in a new window) provides a choice of catered and self-catered
rooms on many of our campuses, from dormitories and residential halls to cottages, townhouses and villas. Rooms may be furnished with beds, desks, fridges and more.
Find out more about accommodation options by calling 1300 897 669 or visiting www.uwsvillage.com.au(opens in a new window).
Campus living allows you to meet new people and experience all that campus life has to offer. With UWS security patrols 24 hours a day and a team of Residential Assistants available to help at all hours, your safety and security is well looked after.
The Greater Western Sydney region has a vast range of affordable apartments and share housing which students can access. Finding affordable and appropriate accommodation can make all the difference to your university experience! UWS Living Local(opens in a new window) has been created to provide students with a means of searching for accommodation local to the UWS and UWSCollege campuses. At UWS Living Local(opens in a new window) you will find listings for a range of accommodation options from rooms to rent in share houses, to vacant properties. For more information, visit www.uws.edu.au/living local(opens in a new window).
Homestay for International Students
In addition to on-campus accommodation through UWS Village, international students have access to homestay accommodation. Homestay is a single or shared room in the private home of an Australian family. This is a great opportunity to live and interact with an Australian family for the duration of your study or to give you enough time to settle in before you move to your own accommodation and find your own way in a new environment. For more information about homestay, visit Oz Homestay(opens in a new window).