It's important to find somewhere safe, affordable and comfortable to live in a new city, so we're here to give you a comprehensive guide to student housing in London.
Coming to university and living in a major city like London is an exciting prospect and it's important to find somewhere safe, affordable and comfortable to live.
We aim to give you a comprehensive guide to student housing in London, including:
- finding accommodation in external student halls of residence
- searching for private rented accommodation (flat shares, whole flat and house rentals)
- finding single-semester and short-stay accommodation, including homestay and hotels and bed and breakfasts (B&Bs)
- living in private rented accommodation
- advice about summer accommodation
- landlord services including opportunities for landlords and agents to advertise accommodation to our students
While University buildings remain closed due to the coronavirus, please email the Student Money and Accommodation Advice team if you have any specific queries: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please scroll through the sections below by clicking on the navigation bar arrows to the bottom left of the page.
Please note: London Metropolitan University does not own or manage any halls of residence or accommodation. All halls and accommodation featured on this site are privately owned, therefore applications must be submitted directly to the hall provider. Details of how to do so appear at the bottom of each individual hall page.