Types of Accommodation
College Grove is a development of 83 single occupancy rooms in the form of 12 maisonette-style properties with up to seven rooms in each. All rooms have an external telephone point and computer data point, en suite facilities with shower, toilet and hand-basin. Each maisonette contains a large kitchen/dining area and is designed as a self-contained unit. Rooms are let on a self-catering basis for a minimum of 50 weeks.
Rates for 2009-10 are £121.00 per week and the tariff is reviewed on an annual basis.
The RVC and UNITE Group plc opened a purpose-built, self-catering student hall in Kentish Town, a short bus ride or 20-minute walk from the College. The Graduate School has a limited number of en suite bedrooms arranged into flats with a common kitchen/dining area. Rooms are let on a 50-week tenure and rent includes contents insurance.
Rates for 2009-10 are £127.30 per week and the tariff will be reviewed on an annual basis.
Odiham Hall comprises 30 single study rooms, let on a self-catering basis. Residents share bathroom and kitchen facilities.
College Close is a recent development comprising 17 self-sufficient houses for up to six people sharing.
Each house is fully equipped and furnished and is let on a six-people 46-week tenure.
Intercollegiate Halls of Residence
International Hall can accommodate couples and families in one or two bedroom flats. Only one partner needs to be registered as a University of London student.
Applications are made directly to the Hall and not via the College. For prices and details of how to apply see University of London Accommodation.
Goodenough College is accommodation in the academic heart of London solely for postgraduate students. The college offers 420 single study bedrooms and has accommodation for 120 couples with or without children.
More information about Goodenough College Accommodation can be found at: http://www.goodenough.ac.uk/joining.html
London Student Housing Guide
If you are considering studying in London this site will introduce you to the basics of living in the city. Both the Getting Started and Planning sections are designed to help you make informed decisions about what kind of housing you will live in, where you will look for it, where in London you will live and how much you are going to need to budget for this. If you have already applied to a College and you are not going to be housed by them directly (either because they do not have availability or because you would prefer to live in private sector housing), the Find a Flatmate section of this website will help you form house hunting groups with other students or look at offers students in existing student flat/house shares.
Unite have an extensive range of accommodation. There are Unite properties all over London and offer great accommodation to both undergraduates and postgraduate students. More information on Unite can be found at: www.unite-students.com/
Doctor in the House - Accomodation agency: Finding accommodation in London, for short or long stays, is always difficult and often very expensive. However, DOCTOR IN THE HOUSE is an agency which is able to arrange a high standard of accommodation at reasonable rates to medical or any other professional people visiting London, for conferences, courses, exams, research projects, business meetings, etc. For more information about what accommodation is on offer and rates please contact the agency directly at either: www.doctorhouse.co.uk
The Graduate School (firstname.lastname@example.org) can provide information about non-affiliated halls of residence in London.
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