Get popular student housing to rent in London
Planning to study in one of the world’s most vibrant cities? Take a look at our options for student housing in London. With around 40 universities across the city, London has thousands of students – and almost as many ways to spend your university days. You can hang out with friends in Hyde Park, leaf through books at the British Library or find inspiration in one of the many museums the city has to offer. No matter what you’re looking for, London really is one of the best places for young people ready to start the next chapter of their lives.
Student housing in London
With a student population of more than 400,000, you’ll have no trouble in finding a student flatshare in London. This is a great way to meet friends and start making the most of this exciting time in your new city. For those who want a bit more peace and calm, your search for tranquility could lead you to our student apartments in London. Of course, you’ll still be immersed in the action, but when faced with a long night of studying, there’s much to be said for having the comfort of your own space!
There are flats to rent in London for students in every corner of the city but we think it’s best to choose somewhere close to your university. Anything to make those trips to the library seem less like a chore, right? But remember, living in the English capital isn’t exactly cheap as chips, so consider choosing a room to rent in London for students to help keep that bank balance under control.
Finding somewhere to rent is a lot easier than it seems.
Studying at a central university like King’s College London or Imperial? Then you might want to consider our student rooms to rent in London to help you side step the cost of a full flat during term time. This way, you can meet tonnes of new people, and still live close enough to your university to make those dreaded 9am lectures.
However, if your university’s a bit further out, such as Queen Mary University of London or Central Saint Martins College, then a student house share in London might be the best option for you. You’ll still get to live in the city, but you’ll be able to enjoy a lot more space and comfort – rental prices are usually cheaper further out too. Ready to hit the books and live in England’s top student city?