Accommodation Ballot

The annual Accommodation Ballot is for current students and Fellows wishing to apply for accommodation for the following academic year. The Ballot information below gives details of eligibility and the application process.

Current Graduate Students, Junior Research Fellows and Research Fellows are entitled to enter the ballot. Please note:

  • Priority is given to applicants who wish to be allocated accommodation for the entire year.
  • If you are on a one year course now, you are not eligible for the Ballot and you should apply for a Summer Extension.
  • If you plan to commence a new course at Wolfson in October 2019, you should apply through the Ballot, even if you do not yet have an offer of a place.
  • If your application for further studies is unsuccessful, please let the Accommodation Office know so that you can be withdrawn from the Ballot and your accommodation re-allocated.
Key Documents
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Single Ballot List 2019/20Download
Family Ballot List 2019/20Download
Couples Ballot List 2019/20Download
Ballot Information 2019Download
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