This is the second phase of a £70m development on the campus which includes a new academic building.
Miller is understood to have beaten Skanska, Bam Construct, Cowlin, Leadbitter and Sir Robert McAlpine to the contract.
The new student residential accommodation will consist of individual ‘houses’ for up to ten students.
Each house will include a shared kitchen/living space and en-suite bedrooms fitted to a very high standard. They will be situated in an attractive courtyard setting at the western end of the campus near to the Students’ Union facilities.
Work on the residential development will begin in June and is scheduled for completion by September 2014.