Living Accommodations for London, England
Summer, Semester and Yearlong Program (London Metropolitan University)
Shared Apartments (Summer)
Off-campus housing will be available to USAC students that is arranged by their study abroad office and a local housing provider. Housing will feature shared apartments. Housing is limited in London, so we highly encourage you to take advantage of this option.
Off-campus Residence Hall (Semester/Yearlong)
Off-campus housing arranged by the International Programmes Office and a local housing provider. Housing is limited and is allocated on a first come, first served basis. This housing option is a flat shared with approximately five other students. It’s a 10-minute walk from London Met’s main Holloway Campus and includes gym access (a 15-minute walk from housing), Wi‐Fi, personal property insurance, all utilities, bedding, kitchen items and 24/7 security. Housing is limited in London, so we highly encourage you to take advantage of this option.
Off-campus Residence Hall
Kitchen in Off-campus Residence Hall
Student Arranged Housing Option (Semster/Yearlong)
There are several of living accommodations available ranging from third-party student housing providers to private accommodations located throughout London. Although USAC provides you with housing information, it is your responsibility to research and apply for housing separately, if you decide that you do not want to live in the program-arranged Off-campus Residence Hall. Prices may vary considerably depending on your selection and location. Most of these options can be arranged for single or double occupancy. The more economical options go quickly, so it's in your best interest to start looking early.
Summer Program (Imperial College)
Located in the Quadrangle along with the Imperial ...
Students will be assigned accommodation in furnished single rooms in residence halls a five-minute walk from campus. Each hallway has bathrooms and showers shared by up to eight people, and there is a shared kitchen on every other floor.
The residence halls are in South Kensington, one of the safest and most attractive areas of London. Hyde Park is only a ten-minute walk away. There is a small market nearby for groceries, as well as many cafes and restaurants in the surrounding area.