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Studying in

London

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Find your dream home

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student lettings

We do student accomodation differently, putting you first with sensational customer service. Wether an individual or a group, find your home with us.

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guide to student areas

We've been students in London before, let us help

Starting studying can be daunting and that’s before you’ve figured your way around a new city. Our team has put together this guide based on their experiences and those of the students we’ve helped find homes there.
Brixton
The Party-Goer
Lots of students, 2 mins from Whiteladies RoadTypography
78,536 people live here
Cheaper and always hectic at night
Destination for all students
Camden
The Edgy One
Lots of students, 2 mins from Whiteladies RoadTypography
262,226 people live here
Think rock and roll pubs, jazz bars, goths and cybergoths
Destination for 2nd year students
Kensington
The Fancy One
Lots of students, 2 mins from Whiteladies Road
156,197 people live here
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One of the most expensive area of London (think MIC) but with a trendy edge (think Portobello)
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Destination for Imperial students

Let our tenants show you their favourite spots

favourite Bristol spots

Borough Market

Emilie, second year student living in Notting hill
“Borough Market is in London Bridge, it has lots of stalls, bars and restaurants to choose from. It’s really nice to grab something from a stall and find somewhere to sit near the river"

Brick Lane

Alexa, second year student living near Brick Lane
“BrickLane in Shoreditch is the perfect spot to explore. Head to Spitalfields market on a weekend, look through the vintage shops for a bargain, or check out one of the many local restaurants. Brick Lane has everything you’re looking for.”

Hampstead Heath

Milan, third year student living in Hampstead Heath
“Hampstead Heath is full of great places to see the whole of the city skyline. During summer it has such a good vibe, I would definitely recommend going to the swimming lakes during nice weather."
It’s not just this lot that still return our calls...

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Guide to London

Studied Law at London
Lived in Notting Hill

Getting to know London

London is the capital city of the United Kingdom. It is the U.K.'s largest metropolis and its economic, transportation, and cultural centre. London is also among the oldest of the world's great cities, with its history spanning nearly two millennia. ‍ It is incredibly diverse and welcoming. There are over 300languages spoken in the city and more than 400,000 university students from more than 200 different nations study here. London is the intellectual hub of Europe. It is physically a polycentric city, with many core districts and no clear hierarchy among them. London has at least two (and sometimes many more) of everything: cities, mayors, dioceses, cathedrals, chambers of commerce, police forces, opera houses, orchestras, and universities.‍All of this makes London an incredibly exciting city to study in. Some find it slightly overwhelming and overpriced; others thrive in the vibrancy and life the city has to offer.

Explore the City of London

University of the Arts London (UAL) is "the world’s biggest factory for making trouble" (Grayson Perry, UAL Chancellor). It is 1 university, made up of 6 Colleges in various locations and 19,000+ students from everywhere. It is the top 2 in the world for Art and Design (QS World University Rankings 2022).

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London School of Economics (LSE) is one of the foremost social science universities in the world. Located in the London Borough of Camden and Westminster, Central London, near the boundary between Covent Garden and Holborn. LSE has more than 11,000 students, just under seventy percent of whom come from outside the UK, and 3,300 staff.

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Founded in 1826 in the heart of London, University College London (UCL) is London's leading multidisciplinary university, with more than 13,000 staff and42,000 students from 150 different countries, it is the second-largest university in the UK.

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King's College is ranked in the top 10 UK universities in the world (QS WorldRankings 2021) and is based in the heart of London. It is among the oldest in England. King's has more than 29,600 students (of whom nearly 11,700 are graduate students) from some 150 countries worldwide, and some 8,000 staff.

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Go for an explore

London

's student areas

Notting Hill

While Notting Hill is certainly not an affordable place, if you can find a good deal it’s a really vibrant area to live in. Located in West London, home to Notting Hill Market, Notting Hill carnival, and of course location for the filming of ‘Notting Hill’, it’s a place full of culture and history.

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Shoreditch

Shoreditch is in East London, which is renowned for vibrant street art, vintage shops, food markets and so much more. If a vibrant creative culture is your thing, then Shoreditch is the one for you!

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Brixton

Located in the Southwest, Brixton is an up-and-coming area. Home to Brixton Market as well as many famous music venues, it’s a great option for those who want an animated cultural, arts, and music scene.

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Clapham

Clapham in Southwest London is a large and popular area for students and young professionals. Centered around the vast green expanse Clapham Common it’s full of nice spots to hang out.

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Common questions about student lets in

London

How can I do London on a budget?

While students in this city get a higher maintenance loan than those in other cities, it can be challenging to budget in London. A top tip is to find free or cheap events, there are a lot to choose from in London! Invest in a bike or walk to your destinations.

Is London good for studies?

Having just been named one of the best university cities in the world, it is clear that London is a top study destination for both domestic and international students. London has one of the highest concentrations of elite universities, with about 40 institutions packed into the capital city.

How easy is it to get around?

London has the most widespread transport system in the world, meaning you will always have options. Its only downfall is the cost, which can add up, if you’re on a budget opt for a bus which is usually cheaper.

Is it better to live in private student accommodation in London?

It depends on what you’re looking for. Being near your university campus can be better for some, however, if you want to experience more of this big city then private accommodation in a different area could be best for you.

Is London fun for students?

There's a good reason why London was voted the best city for international students in 2019, it's a multicultural adventure through food, history, entertainment and art.

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