What are halls of residence?
Student halls of residence are purpose-built buildings that typically contain self-contained flats. The cost usually includes utility bills, so you need not worry about extra payments for gas, water, electricity, and Wi-Fi – everything is included in the price. During the day, there is usually on-site management and maintenance staff, with security staff present at night.
These halls offer a variety of accommodation options, ranging from single rooms with shared kitchens and bathrooms to en-suite and studio accommodation. Once you make an offer for a room, you will be asked to secure the booking with a deposit (around £350) and sign the license to occupy. To take advantage of any special offers, it is advisable to secure a room early, note that early cancellation policies may apply.
Please note that ICMP does not own or manage any halls of residence. All halls accommodation is privately owned, and applications must be submitted directly to the hall provider.
Recommended halls of residence
If you are looking for halls of residence-style accommodation, we can recommend accommodation providers who offer affordable options within easy reach of ICMP. Please note that contract start dates may differ from ICMP's academic year start date; however, most providers will offer an early arrival option, which can be discussed directly with the provider.
Grand Felder House
Emily Bowes Court
Well Street Hall
Wood Green Hall
Latest Availability Updates
Update 15th Aug 23: Stuhomes have recently been in touch to confirm they have availability. Please state 'ICMP referral' when contacting them either through their website enquiry form or by email at email@example.com.
Update 16th Aug: Britannia have availability in some of their London properties, head to their site for details.
Londonist is widely recognised in youth travel, education and purpose-built student accommodation industries as a market leader providing over 50 premium student residences and accommodating over 5,000 international students annually.
Londonist provide accommodation options ranging from a 2 week stay, up to 51 weeks. Currently they have over 50 locations across London with prices starting from £189 p/w. You can check out their locations and further information here.
The Londonist currently have a sale on their prices, which will be valid until August 27th - details here.
Anglo Educational Services
AES is a full-service operator and manages student housing for up to 1,200 students in 15 locations in central London offering both short-term and long-term accommodations from August 2023.
Prices per week start from £595 for a one-bedroom apartment (sleeps 2 max, sharing) and £850 for a two-bedroom apartment (sleeps 4 max, sharing), find out more here.
London student Accommodation Options
Alternatively, you will find that London has a wealth of purpose-built student accommodation options. Please get in touch if you have any questions, and make sure you book on to our dedicated accommodation events.
Update 29th August 2023: Few rooms left available on a first-come, first-served basis, find out more here.
Update 29th August 2023: Few standard rooms available on different floors. Once they are sold out, students may join the waiting list, find out more here.
Update 29th August 2023: Fully booked. Join the waiting list, find out more here.
Update 29th August 2023: Check website for availability, find out more here.
Update 29th August 2023: Fully booked for now. Join the waiting list here.