Covid-19 (Coronavirus) Update - 30 March 2020

In light of the coronavirus outbreak, our accommodation partners, Host and Clever Student Lets, have been working hard to maintain a safe and secure environment for current and future students. At Plymouth College of Art, our top priority is the safety and wellbeing of our staff, students and visitors, and we are in regular contact with our partners and trusted health authorities to ensure adequate measures are in place.

Host accommodation have put a number of policies in place, brought in primarily as a response to Covid-19.

  • No Place, No Pay

  • Restricted Travel

  • Flexible Booking

  • No Visa, No Pay

To find out more about these policies please click here.

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We work with two student accommodation providers in Plymouth; Host and Clever Student Lets. Click the on the images below to find out more about the properties they offer for PCA students.

If you have any questions please contact our enquiries team on either or +44(0)1752 203434

We have loads more information for you over on our main website Click here for more

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Host Students


+44 (0)1752 395 984



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Clever Student Lets


+44 (0)1752 500 511



Click Here

Choosing where to live while studying is a big decision, but it’s the weeks before you make the move that all those worries start to build up, and it can begin to feel a little overwhelming. That is why we have asked the accommodation provider Clever Student Lets for their top ten tips on moving in. See top tips here!

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  • For a useful myth-busting guide to fees and finance, take a look at this Money Saving Expert article on student loans. As well as Student Finance England’s guide for new students.

  • Worried about living costs? Check out Which's Student Budget Calculator here which shows average monthly living costs for students in the UK. (Please note these are estimates, so are best used as a rough indication of regional costs and average student spending, rather than an absolute measure.)

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Plymouth College of Art provides a bursary of £300 in the final year of undergraduate study to help with course-related costs, from materials to course trips. Awarded based on household income, the bursary does not need to be paid back. For more information, take a look at our Fees, Finance & Funding page.

  • If you have any further questions about our Bursary scheme, please contact

  • Join us at our next Open Day, where you can speak to our Student Finance team, meet current students, chat to staff and check out our incredible facilities.