Murano Street Student Village

Murano Street Student Village is exclusively for University of Glasgow students and in a great location for accessing the University and the West End.

Murano Street flats are managed by Sanctuary Students on behalf of the University of Glasgow. The University of Glasgow accommodation office receives and processes applications for accommodation. To apply, please complete a University of Glasgow online application.

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Property
overview

Murano Street Student Village is exclusively for University of Glasgow students and excellently located for the University and the West End with the campus being just a 20 minute stroll away.

The study bedrooms are arranged in flats for 4-5 or 10-12 students, all with kitchens and bathroom facilities. Our larger flats offer students the chance to live with plenty of like minded people, with the added benefit of a kitchen weekly cleaning service. Your living space is well equipped with everything you need to get stuck in to being a full time student.

We want to ensure your stay with us is as hassle free as possible, that’s why we offer student accommodation with all inclusive bills, free contents insurance and super-speedy 250 Mb/s Wi-Fi with additional broadband ports available in each bedroom, so you don’t have to worry about any unexpected bills.

The Study Zone and Distraction Zone offer students the best of both worlds, with space to work on University projects or relax and spend time with flatmates.

What it's like living with us

Get in touch

Address

Murano Street, 13 Caithness Street, Glasgow, GL20 7SB

Contact

Opening hours

Our offices are open Monday - Friday, 9am - 5pm

Your new
home journey

Moving to a new city and living in student accommodation can be overwhelming, but also really exciting. At Sanctuary Students, we’re here to help you every step of the way – and that starts with finding you your perfect student home.

Whether you spend one, two, three or more years staying with us, we can guarantee you’ll find a student property in a great location, with modern facilities and a built-in student community. And support from our friendly staff, of course!

From your initial application to move-in day, we’re here to answer any of your questions and make the moving process as smooth as possible. Click the button below to contact us today or find out more about staying with Sanctuary Students.

Find your perfect property

From fully furnished flats to self-contained studio apartments, Sanctuary Students has student accommodation properties available around the UK, from Dundee to Brighton.

Arrange a viewing & apply

Step into the student life and arrange a viewing of your selected student property. When you’re ready to apply, head over to the University of Glasgow website.

Check out how to apply here

Meet your roommates

You can join the Sanctuary Students community before you even arrive! Connect with your new flatmates through our Facebook page (Sanctuary Students UK) or Instagram (@sancstudents).

Moving day

Now it’s time for the most exciting part: moving day! Have questions? Learn more about what to expect here, and contact your student property team with any questions.

What's nearby?

Murano Street Student Village is in a perfect location for University of Glasgow students to explore all that Glasgow has to offer.

It’s within walking distance of the main university campus and on plenty of bus routes for the short trip into the city centre. There is also a great range of shops, supermarkets, restaurants and bars within walking distance, giving you all you need right on your doorstep.   

The Botanic Gardens and Kelvingrove Art Gallery are close by, and Loch Lomond is only a short bus ride away if you’re looking to take in some traditional Scottish culture.

The regular bus service offers great transport link, giving you the opportunity to explore Glasgow and take in everything the city has to offer.

Additional information
Money matters

All Accommodation fees must be paid through your MyCampus account.

To confirm your booking a non-refundable prepayment of £600 will be charged at the time you accept your offer of occupancy.

For information on payment of fees visit the University of Glasgow website.

Room types

Single

Single rooms are brilliant value and are fully furnished with a small double bed and shared bathroom facilities.

Remember: Bedding is included but must be returned on the day of check-out otherwise you may be charged.

Internet

In all University of Glasgow residences, Internet and IPTV services are provided by our IT service partners Optify. Complete information regarding all services and setup is available at site reception desks and on the Optify web page.

Check out our UofGLiving page for further information and contact details.

Moving day

Checking in

Students are able to collect their keys from 4pm on the day their contract begins. The reception is open from Monday to Friday between 8am and 6pm. Students must provide either their driving license or passport as a form of photo ID.

You can also bring your boarding pass which will be available as part of your online induction with the University of Glasgow.

Parking

Parking is available, however cars and motorbikes are parked at the owner’s risk. You will need to register your car or motorbike with reception. Please do not block the entrance to the car park.

Cancellations

If you leave the University of Glasgow, you will not be able to live with us. You’ll have to pay your rent up to the date you leave the University plus a cancellation fee of 28 days of rent.

You need to apply to the University using an Early Departure Form if you are planning to end your contract which will be reviewed by the University.

The UoG will accept a replacement student but you’ll be responsible for paying the rent until the new student moves in.

More

Handbook

Your handbook contains all the essential information you'll need to know when you move in with us.

Murano Street Student Village Residents' Guide

TV licence

If you are bringing a TV to watch live TV, or if you receive or record live TV programmes on any other device, such as a laptop, you will need a TV Licence. You won’t be covered by your parents’ licence.

Our TV licences only cover the TVs that we provide, for example in common rooms and lounge areas.

You’ll need a TV licence to watch BBC iPlayer.

For more information and to buy your licence, visit the TV Licensing website. There are a variety of payment plans available.

The TV licensing authorities recognise that most students do not need the final three months of a TV licence as you leave the accommodation during the summer. You may be able to receive a refund for this period, provided that you don’t need your licence again before it expires.

If you do not have a TV Licence but you receive or record live TV you could face prosecution from the TV Licensing Authority.

Laundry

Murano Street Student Village now benefits from LaundryView which will make doing your laundry on-site even easier. The system, created by Circuit, allows you to go online and check the availability of washers and dryers in your building as well as see when other washes are about to end. 

To get started with LaundryView, you first need to find your halls.

Circuit also offer laundry top-up cards which allow you to pay for your washing and drying in advance by paying online or using one of the on-site machines. You can then use your card to pay for washing and drying as well as top-up your card straight from your mobile phone using the Circuit app.

Ask our team where to get a top-up card and take a look at Circuit’s ‘how to use’ videos for more information.

Do you provide insurance?

At Sanctuary Students we offer specialist insurance cover for all of our students through Cover4Students.com.

All of our accommodation is covered as Basic Cover.

Basic Cover Explained

Your possessions, desktop and laptop computer equipment are insured for theft, fire, flood, burst pipes, storm, vandalism, explosion and lightning. Cover applies within your accommodation, in any temporary residence and in transit at the beginning and end of each term.

View cover here (PDF 275KB)

Moving out

We've put together some information to make moving out of your student accommodation go as smoothly as possible. The step-by-step guide to checking out has everything you need to know, from returning your keys and forwarding your mail, to leaving your flat clean and tidy.

Download the Murano Street Checking Out Guide.

The Sanctuary Students team hope you have enjoyed your stay at Murano Street and wish you well with your next adventure.

What happens next?

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