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Considered the best city in the world by many, London is a diverse and multicultural capital city that’s brimming with culture. There are over 40 higher education institutions, making it a hub for world-class education.
There’s so much on offer that you’ll never be bored. Getting around London is a breeze thanks to its excellent transport links, whether you choose to travel by underground, bus, train or taxi.
Home of iconic, world-famous landmarks including Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, and London’s beloved red double-decker buses, impressive architecture and scenery lies on every street corner.
You’ll find an array of historic sites, museums and galleries to discover including the Natural History Museum, the V&A Museum, and the National Portrait Gallery.
London is a shopping hotspot with endless options including the Westfield shopping centres and the famous Oxford Street, with a host of stunning parks and green spaces to relax in during a bit of downtime.
Each one of our London student accommodation villages are located conveniently to the universities along with local shops and amenities.
McMillan Student Village
Run in partnership with the University of Greenwich, McMillan is the ideal student accommodation choice for those that are studying at the University of Greenwich or Trinity Laban. Choose from a range of en-suite rooms or studios for a more private student accommodation experience.
Prince Consort Village
Prince Consort Village is a music hub, built and designed for students in London. With specially acoustically treated bedrooms, that’s why we’re the exclusive accommodation partner of the Royal College of Music.
Chesterman House, Goldsmiths Student Village
Our Chesterman House London student village is run in partnership with Goldsmiths, University of London. We offer stylish accommodation for postgraduate students who are looking for a relaxed private student accommodation experience.
Raymont Hall, Goldsmiths Student Village
Raymont Hall London student village is a perfect option for undergraduates and postgraduates who are looking to make the most of their student experience at Goldsmiths, University of London.
Surrey House, Goldsmiths Student Village
Our Surrey House London student village is run in partnership with Goldsmiths, University of London and is a modern and cosy private student accommodation for first-year undergraduates. A stunning orangery house is a central feature, providing a contemporary social space to relax in.
Places to explore
You’ll struggle to see all of London in between your studies, but who says you shouldn’t give it a try? There are plenty of neighbourhoods to get to and explore, so here are three you should begin with…
Richmond Park and a wildlife conservation can be found in the London neighbourhood of Richmond. It’s the perfect spot for relaxing and escaping the rush of the big city. Find some time for yourself to take in the green space between your studies.
Shoreditch is London’s coolest neighbourhood and is the best place to see some of London’s best markets. Food stalls, street vendors and live events are never difficult to find here, along with traditional pubs and vintage shops.
Brixton is a hub for independently owned bars and restaurants and the perfect place for a bit of retail therapy. Brixton Village is also a fantastic place to hang out and indulge in authentic African and Caribbean food.
How to get around
The capital city of London is vast, and without its extensive public transport service, it would be almost impossible to see all four corners of the city throughout your time at university. Luckily, the underground and the buses are the perfect answer to getting around London.
The tube map can be overwhelming, but just find the destination you’re headed to, and the corresponding line and you’re ready to go. It might take some practice, but the 272 stations networked underneath the city will help you travel where you need to be. Whether that’s to a lecture, from the club or to an event.
Simply tap your payment card or Oyster card onto the bus's scanner and you’re away. Much like the tube, the bus network in London is extensive. There are even night buses which run between 12am – 6am which gives you an alternative option to a cab if you’re looking to get home in the early hours.
Are you an international student?
Whether you want to know about ways you can pay your rent, how to apply for a visa or how you can get your luggage delivered, plenty of international students come to us with similar questions.
We’ve got answers, helpful tips, and handy tricks to help you get your head around life in the United Kingdom.