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Living in halls made the transition to university easy and enjoyable

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Emma Day - History BA, Second year See all student views


We have 21 Nobel Prize winners among our former academic staff and students


What it might cost you

The fees you pay for your accommodation will vary depending on its location and facilities.

The following table gives you some idea of these for the 2014/2015 session; they range from minimum to maximum.

UCL Halls of Residence (catered)

Twin room: £137.30–£154.35 per week
Single room: £167.30–£203.70 per week

UCL Student Houses (self-catered)

Twin room: £100.45–£119.35 per week
Single room: £132.30–£211.40 per week
One-bed flat: £178.50–£266.98 per week

Fees for halls operated by the University of London will be set in the spring of 2014.

What you can expect from us

Our accommodation fees include:

  • room rental and use of communal areas
  • gas and electricity charges
  • block insurance policy
  • social events (in residences with a social committee).

Support and security built in

Each of our properties is managed and run by our experienced and knowledgeable residence managers and live-in wardens. Their responsibilities range from maintenance to pastoral care. For your peace of mind, access and security are always carefully monitored at all our residences.

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