UCT Residences – Accommodation
1st Tier Residences provide accommodation for undergraduate students. Students are usually under the age of 21. These residences provide students with up to three meals a day in a dining hall or otherwise students may choose to use food vouchers on campus during lunch hours.
In addition to these residences, UCT offers second and third-tier residences. Second-tier residences provide accommodation for senior undergraduate or postgraduate students. All second-tier residences are single and most are composed of two-to-four bedroom flats. Some residences are catering where up to three meals a day are provided in a dining hall, otherwise other residences are self-catering. The residents also have access to a common-room space for television, meetings and social interactions, as well as self-operating laundry facilities. In addition, many have access to a piano, pool and table tennis facilities, as well as a swimming pool. For more information on second-tier residences visit here.Third-tier residences provide accommodation for senior postgraduate students. In these residences basic furniture is provided and majority residences are within walking distance of Upper Campus or close to a Jammie Shuttle stop. Some residences have self-operating laundry facilities, and all residents have access to UCT sport facilities and pools. For more information on third-tier residences visit here.
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