Clearing or late summer candidates must apply for accommodation by 31 August of your year of entry
Any applicant who applies after 31 July (including clearing/late summer students), can opt to have their name added to the waiting list for accommodation. We will inform you if a place becomes available. Students applying after accommodation deadlines are advised to visit the following page for information on local housing options: http://www.smd.qmul.ac.uk/undergraduate/malta/accommodation/alternative-housing
For resit candidates, accommodation is subject to confirmation of progression. Application for accommodation must be made by 31 July at the end of your first academic year. Your application will be placed in the queue and place allocated accordingly; the place will be held until candidate’s confirmation of progression
All first year Malta MBBS student are guaranteed accommodation in QMUL Gozo halls of residence, subject to meeting the following conditions:
If you apply for accommodation after 31 July you can add your name to the waiting list for Queen Mary (Malta) accommodation. You may also refer to http://www.smd.qmul.ac.uk/undergraduate/malta/accommodation/alternative-housing/ for information on alternative housing options.
QMUL cannot guarantee accommodation for second year students but shall endeavour to allocate accommodation in line with our allocations process.
Our priority is to house all first year students who apply for accommodation by the 14 July. Where accommodation is available after meeting this commitment, it will be allocated to our second year students, subject to meeting the following conditions:
If accommodation is not available via QMUL Gozo Halls the University will endeavour to support the student to find accommodation. Students are referred to http://www.smd.qmul.ac.uk/undergraduate/malta/accommodation/alternative-housing/
Returning students do not have any priority for accommodation unless they have extenuating circumstances (supported by the Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry (Malta) Student Academic & Pastoral Support).
Any surplus of rooms or mid-term vacancies, once our above commitments have been met, will be offered to the following groups in the following order:
Submission date of application will be taken into consideration within each category when waiting lists are compiled.
Students who have not fulfilled their financial obligations to the University or have not abided by the disciplinary rules and regulations of the University will not be offered accommodation.
If you have extenuating circumstances or a medical/disability that you wish to be considered when submitting your application please submit any supporting literature, which is relevant to your case within 14 days of making your application.
In the case of a medical condition, you will need to provide medical evidence signed and dated within three months of the condition becoming apparent. This evidence has to be written in English and provided by a doctor or other medical professional. The evidence must be submitted within 14 days of making your application. All applications with the necessary supporting literature will then be passed to the Barts (Malta) Student Academic & Pastoral Support for assessment. For further information please contact the Malta Student Academic & Pastoral Support office (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Any non-medical extenuating circumstances will be referred to Barts (Malta) Housing Review Panel. You will be required to send an email outlining your extenuating circumstances (email@example.com) and any supporting literature should be scanned and sent with this email. Your request will be acknowledged and you will be informed of the outcome by email.
In the event of a student wishing to challenge a Panel decision, you will be required to send an email outlining your grounds for appeal (firstname.lastname@example.org). This will be assessed by the Operational Director Barts (Malta) and the Deputy Dean for Education Barts (Malta). All appeal decisions are final. New applicants do not have the right of appeal.
Rooms are allocated on a first come, first served basis once all conditions have been met. Allocations are made during the period July to September and in the following order:
The demand for accommodation is greater than the number of rooms available. If you do not wish to accept your allocated accommodation, the University is not obliged to provide an alternative. Appeals will only be considered with respect to extenuating circumstances. Failure to confirm your room allocation by the date given in your accommodation offer will lead to the room being made available for the allocations process. In this case, you will be required to reapply for accommodation as a late candidate and prioritized accordingly.
 Panel comprised of Director of Operations (Malta), Head of Housing Queen Mary University London, Head of applicable academic year (Malta).