Varsity Lodge – Student Accommodations

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Living in Cyberjaya

Cyberjaya is Malaysia’s 1st model smart-city within the Multimedia Super Corridor (MSC). Strategically located to the west of Putrajaya, Cyberjaya is developed as a model intelligent city, a unique greenfield environment within which one can live, study, work and play.

The city is served by a high-speed transportation network with highways, roads and interchanges linking the city with Putrajaya and a dedicated highway running from Kuala Lumpur to KLIA (Kuala Lumpur International Airport) with convenient interchanges making it easily accessible from any point within Peninsular Malaysia.

There are plenty of entertainment centres such as cinema, bowling centre, sports centres, malls and recreational parks for the community in Cyberjaya. The township also provides students access to various restaurants, banks, bookstores and many more.


The Varsity Lodge is a 1,500-capacity residential hostel/ apartment that provides students with a spacious living environment during their years at the University of Cyberjaya. The Lodge comes complete with a swimming pool, tennis court, basketball court, gymnasium, laundry mart, cafeteria, security office and is located next to Gem In Mall that provides students with all necessary amenities. There is a University Shuttle Bus service available that ferries students between the campus and Varsity Lodge, which is situated a mere 10 minutes from the campus.

Every unit will be occupied by 8 students and two students per room. Every apartment is about 1180 sq-feet of range, which consists of 4 rooms, 3 bathrooms, 1 shared living room and kitchen area.

Building and Facilities Management Office administers the smooth and safe running of the apartment. Operational Manager, wardens from UoC and security guards are available to assist students at all times. The building is equipped with CCTV 24 hours a day for added security.

UoC also provides satellite accommodation for students’ clinical attachment in Seri Manjung, Perak, Nilai, Negri Sembilan and Terendak, Melaka.