Heriot Watt Accommodation Tour Vlog
Choosing to live in halls whilst studying at Heriot-Watt means you will have a range of choices when it comes to accommodation.
From the big and beautiful Edinburgh campus to our Jean Muir Student Village on the Scottish Borders Campus, whichever you choose, you should feel right at home. To show you what the accommodation looks like and what it includes, we've asked 4 students from 4 different halls to share the key areas including bedrooms, kitchens and communal spaces.
Living on campus means you will be close to teaching buildings, the Student Union, catering outlets and sports facilities. You will have a very own study bedroom with broadband and laundry facilities and some accommodation types come with an en-suite bathroom too.
As well as all the facilities, the friendly Residence Life team are on hand to help you settle into uni life. They host regular events to meet new people, have fun and build on some basic life skills - the cookery workshops are very popular!
To ensure you feel safe, we also have 24-hour Safeguarding ready to assist if you have any issues (it's likely you'll lock yourself out at some point!)
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