Accommodation is one of the biggest costs of studying at university, so you need to choose your options carefully to suit your needs and budget.
The table below displays fee ranges for each accommodation type offered by UCL in 2020/21.
|Accommodation type||Room type||Fee (per week)|
|UCL catered accommodation||Twin (not en-suite)||£160.79 – £175.91|
|UCL catered accommodation||Single (not en-suite)||£192.43 – £240.59|
|UCL self-catered accommodation||Twin (not en-suite)||£99.33 – £138.11|
|UCL self-catered accommodation||Single (including en-suite)||£210.14 – £266.70|
|UCL self-catered accommodation||One-bed flat||£207.76 – £314.86|
What you can expect from us
Our accommodation fees include:
- room rental and use of communal areas;
- maintenance within your Hall;
- cleaning of shared bathrooms, kitchens and communal areas;
- utility charges including Wi-Fi;
- basic contents insurance;
- 24/7 support;
- vibrant UCL communities led by residents.
All UCL accommodation is offered for 39 weeks and is located in central London (Zones 1 or 2 of London's public transport network).
Each of our sites is managed and run by experienced and knowledgeable managers and student residence advisers (SRAs). Their responsibilities range from out of hours support to wellbeing, ensuring you have an exceptional student experience.
All of our accommodation has secure access as your security and wellbeing is our main priority.
Further information on these residences and other accommodation providers can be found on the UCL Student Accommodation web pages. Fees for UCL accommodation are updated yearly and appear online as soon as they are set, please check the UCL Student Accommodation web pages for the most up-to-date fees. Fees for halls operated by the University of London are set in the spring of the year of entry.
More information about living expenses and additional costs can be found here.