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75% of accommodation is within a 10-30 minute walk of the Bloomsbury Campus

Types

You can choose between two kinds of accommodation

Firstly, we have Halls of Residence, in which meals – usually breakfast and an evening dinner – are included.

Secondly, we have Student Houses, where you will share kitchen facilities (cooker, refrigerator, freezer and microwave) to prepare your own meals.

Some of the accommodation available is in halls and houses managed by UCL, some is co-managed (St Pancras Way) and some is operated by partners such as the University of London.

All residences offer you:

  • a study-bedroom equipped with a bed, desk/table, desk chair and wardrobe
  • access to a launderette.

In addition, the majority of our residences provide wired connection points to the UCL network from study-bedrooms and have on-site or shared facilities such as a TV lounge, computer room and bicycle racks.

Some of our self-catered residences provide shared study-bedrooms (for two students). Sharing a room is very cost-effective, with shared room rates lower than single room rates, and it’s a good way to make new friends on arrival.

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