Davies Court, London

E India Dock Rd, London, E14 6JE, United Kingdom
From
£147
per week
5.0 mi from City Center
5.0 mi from City Center( 1h 51m. 53m. 25m)
View map
city center | 4.5 mi
New City College | 0.3 mi
UCL School of Management | 0.5 mi
University of Sunderland | 0.9 mi
Pay In Instalment
gym
study area
Bike Racks
Common Room
Garden
Gym
Self Catering

About the Property

Davies Court, located at E India Dock Rd, London, E14 6JE UK is a highly sought-after student accommodation in London UK for students seeking comfortable living spaces in one of the world's most dynamic cities. The property boasts a wide range of ensuites & non-ensuites, all designed to cater to diverse preferences and needs. Proximity to top educational institutions like the UCL School of Management, Queen Mary University of London (Mile End), and New City College makes Davies Court (Canary Wharf) an ideal choice for students looking to minimise their commute.


The bustling city of London, home to Davies Court London, is an academic and cultural powerhouse that attracts students from across the globe. Renowned for its esteemed universities, including the University of Sunderland and Ravensbourne University, the city is teeming with a vibrant student population that benefits from an extensive history, top rankings, and a rich cultural tapestry. Visit renowned museums like the British Museum, explore magnificent palaces like Buckingham Palace, or be captivated by the city's vibrant theatre scene. Living at LHA Davies Court, an exquisite student accommodation in Canary Wharf offers students an opportunity to engage with the city's iconic landmarks like the Tower Bridge, the Tower of London, and the nearby bustling markets of Canary Wharf. Offered by LHA London, this property places students at the heart of London's effervescent lifestyle, ensuring that their academic journey is both enriching and memorable.

Features

Davies Court boasts an array of room types, from Twin Ensuite and Single Ensuite to Single Standard, and Twin Room. Each room here comes with its own set of modern furnishing including a comfortable bed, sleek desk & chair, spacious wardrobe, drawers, and a shared sink with shaving/vanity unit. Comfort and convenience are integral parts of the experience at Davies Court London, student accommodation in London. For those focused on their fitness and well-being, the on-site gym is fully equipped to keep residents in perfect shape. The common room and study room provide the perfect environment for both collaborative projects and quiet study sessions. Outdoor enthusiasts can find solace in the serene garden, and for those who prefer to get around the city on two wheels, bike racks are readily available. With the perk of self-catering facilities, residents can whip up meals at their leisure, adding a touch of home-cooked comfort. Additionally, this popular London student accommodation comes with the added benefit of peace of mind, as safety and security are paramount, featuring CCTV cameras and access fobs for secure entry. Additionally, Davies Court London rent is all-inclusive of bedding, WiFi, cleaning, and content insurance costs.

Location and What's Hot?

Situated in the heart of London, Davies Court is the best student accommodation London for students looking for convenience and culture on their doorstep. You're within reach of UCL School of Management, Queen Mary University (Whitechapel), and Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry to name a few. The proximity to these universities makes Davies Court London a prime Canary Wharf student accommodation and even one of the best London student accommodation choices for local and international students alike.


Just outside your door, you have access to some of London's most enticing eateries and relaxation spots. Take a break from studies at the trendy Grounded Coffee Company just a short drive away, or enjoy an evening out with friends at the vibrant The Grapes pub, a historical place frequented by none other than Charles Dickens. Foodies rejoice as Noodle Street offers you a taste of Chinese cuisine, while Burger & Lobster - West India Quay, serves up American-style dinner. For those everyday necessities, Tesco Express at Frances Wharf, and Poplar Oriental Groceries are conveniently located for a quick grocery grab. Health is not to be compromised; the Limehouse Practice, Gill Street Health Centre ensures medical care is moments away. For a study break or a collaborative project, the serene Canary Wharf Library, just a short drive from Davies Court (Canary Wharf), London student accommodation is just the place to be. The tranquillity seekers can find solace in the expansive Pennyfields Park or take in the history at the Museum of London Docklands. Tower Bridge and the Tower of London are perfect for weekend explorations, enriching your stay in this iconic city.

Commute

When you choose Davies Court, private student accommodation London, the city becomes remarkably accessible, thanks to an extensive network of public transport options in close proximity. The vicinity boasts numerous bus stops, the closest being University of Cumbria in London (Stop WZ), University of Cumbria in London (Stop WS), and Upper North Street (Stop C). Moreover, the significant Westferry light rail station and All Saints DLR Station ensure that commuting to your university campus or exploring London's cultural hotspots is always convenient. Additionally, Davies Court London is also in close proximity to the Canary Wharf train station, offering access to the Jubilee line.

Room Types

Clear
All (0)
What will you get
Your Rent Include
Bedding
WiFi
Cleaning
Content Insurance
Common Amenities
Bike Racks
Common Room
Garden
Gym
Self Catering
Study Room

Payment Policies (4)

  • Pay In Instalment
    This property offers flexible instalment plan.
    View
  • Mode Of Payment
    Payment via easy transaction modes.
    View
  • Booking Deposit
    This property requires booking deposit.
    View

Frequently Asked Questions

Accommodation charges?

Their long-term accommodation fees are based on weekly rates and must be paid weekly in advance before the start of the week concerned; normally this will be on the Friday preceding the week in question.  View their Long-term prices (14+ nights)  View their Short-term prices (<14 nights) Short-term prices may vary depending on the dates and demand.  Studio rooms are suitable for couples (extra charge applies) Please note that the annual price increase applies to all room types. They will give you advance notice in writing. If you are not happy with any price increase, you may end the agreement on one week’s written notice without penalty (you would just have to pay for the period up to when you leave and also any other applicable charges, such as the cost of damages and/or arrears)

Qualifying Criteria?

As they are a registered charity with a specific object, they are only permitted to allow certain qualifying people to reside in their properties. To be able to use their accommodation you must be (a) in employment, a job seeker or a student; and (b) over the age of 18 Unfortunately they do not accept families with children.

Can i arrange a viewing?

You are welcome to visit any of their residences daily between 11am and 7pm. When you arrive, please proceed to the reception desk. They will gladly provide you with a tour of the residence and offer detailed information about the amenities and services available. Please keep in mind that they prioritize customer privacy, so occupied rooms cannot be shown. However, rest assured that you will still have the opportunity to explore all the other facilities provided within the residence.

Why availability is not displayed online?

They have always been proud to offer flexible terms to all their residents. Each resident staying with them can provide only one week’s written notice if they wish to leave before their agreed departure date. Due to that, they don't sell their rooms too far in advance and don't display availability online.

Fixed period of occupation and extension?

You are required to give both an arrival and departure date at the time of booking and as such this contract is agreed on a fixed period of occupation basis. If you wish to extend your stay beyond the fixed period, you should contact them as soon as possible. Any extension will be subject to availability and, even if an extension is possible, they cannot guarantee that you will be able to stay in the same room.

What are the check-in and check-out times?

The check-in time at all properties is 2:00 pm The check-out time at all properties is 10:00 am Please note: All properties have a flexible check-in approach. Please inform them in advance if your estimated arrival time will be after 21:00 so they can make sure there is somebody present to provide you with your keys. The property may ask you to leave a valid Passport during a late check-in (after 21:00) in exchange for the keys. Your document will be given back to you once the check-in is fully completed the next morning. If you have an early departure time and wish to check out during the night or in the early morning, please speak with the manager at reception the day before regarding the refund of your deposit.

Do you allow pets?

Unfortunately, they don't allow pets to stay in any of their hostels.

Accessibility?

The character of their residences varies, but they do have several accessible rooms for guests with disabilities. they strongly recommend that you contact each residence directly or email to enquire about the availability.

What's included?

Your accommodation fee includes: All bills Bedding Wifi 24h reception Cleaning Shared spaces Onsite gym facilities (Bowden Court, Davies Court, Friendship House, Halpin House, Sandeman-Allen House and Torquay House) 2 meals per day (Bowden Court, New Mansion House, Holland House, and Sandeman-Allen House)

What to pack?

They've put together a short list of some useful things you might want to bring with you during your stay at property: Towel and toiletries Crockery, utensils, cutlery, or other kitchen items A laundry basket A wash bag for toiletries Clothes hangers What not to bring! The following items are not allowed in bedrooms: cooking equipment any flammable materials fireworks, candles, tea lights, lanterns, or any similar item pets

Are bathrooms shared?

With fourteen hostels across the city, they have a range of rooms suitable for every budget. Nine of their sites offer rooms with shared bathroom facilities - Belsize House, Belvedere House, Bowden Court, Halpin House, Holland House, New Mansion House, Leinster House, Railton House, and Sandeman-Allen House. All rooms have a washbasin. The residences offering rooms with private bathrooms are Davies Court, Friendship House, Newington Court, and Torquay House. Some tips on sharing a bathroom: Keep all of your shower stuff in a basket to take to and from the bathroom. Flip-flops and a robe are handy for getting to and from the shower or bath. Toilet rolls are provided Please make sure to leave the bathroom clean *Shared bathrooms are cleaned every day

What sizes are the rooms?

The size of rooms may vary for each room type within an individual residence. Unfortunately, they are not able to provide the precise dimensions of each room.

Can I choose what floor and room I stay at?

Unfortunately no. Their room allocation is set only 7-14 days before arrival and will depend on availability. If you have any specific preferences do let them know at the time of booking and they will do their best to accommodate you accordingly. If you experience any issues during your stay and would like to change the room please visit their friendly reception team.

Can I arrange to live with my friends?

Definitely! If you book one of their shared rooms as a group of friends they will be able to advise you at the time of a booking if you all will be staying together in the same room. If booking separate rooms, they will do their best to allocate you as close as possible, but note that is not guaranteed and would depend on availability. If you are a couple, their studio rooms are the perfect option.

Is there parking provided?

Unfortunately, they are not able to provide parking at their sites. However, there are off-street options available near all of their sites.

Accommodation payments?

Accommodation charges for subsequent weeks must be paid weekly in advance at the reception by card before the start of the week concerned; normally this will be on the Friday preceding the week in question. A week is classified as from 10.00 hours on Saturday to 10.00 hours on the following Saturday. *Please note that all their sites are cashless.

How long will I be able to stay at property?

They have a maximum stay of 4 years.

Visitors Guests?

All visitors are required to provide a photo ID and sign in and out at reception upon arrival and departure. Visitors are not allowed to enter or remain in the Hostel between 23:00 hours and 08:00 hours nor at any time in the dining room or any bedroom without prior permission of the House Manager. They may require visitors to leave and/or may exclude them from the Hostel at any time. If you staying in a shared room, please ensure you speak to your roommates to ensure they are happy to have someone in their home. If you staying in a studio room, you are welcome to have an overnight guest for an extra charge (Daily £15.00 / Weekly £50.00)

How to connect to Wi-Fi?

Wifi is included in your weekly accommodation charge.

Insurance policy?

By partnering with Endsleigh, the No.1 student insurance provider, they’ve arranged free contents insurance for all their guests staying with us. It is important all guests confirm their cover to ensure you understand what is and isn’t covered. Visit confirm your cover to check: ~ what is and what isn’t covered ~ key exclusions – where cover isn’t provided ~ policy excess – the amount you pay when you make a claim ~ how to make a claim ~ personalize cover

Laundry facilities?

All of their residences have communal laundry facilities which are card operated. See how to download the app here. Laundry charges are as follows: Washing: £3.50 Drying: £1.70 *These prices are subject to change

How many people share the kitchens?

In their self-catering sites, each guest will have an access to the kitchen and will have an allocated cupboard to store their things. Kitchens are shared between 7-10 guests depending on the floor and number of residents.

What happens if I don’t get on with my new roommate? Can I swap rooms?

If you are having any issues please contact their reception team in the first instance, they will do all they can to help. In some circumstances it may be possible to change the room, but its not guaranteed and would depend on availability.

I have my own TV in my room. Do I need a TV Licence?

Yes. The TV licensing authority requires that you have a licence.

What do I do if I lose my keys?

You must keep room keys and/or access fobs secure. In case you lose your keys please get in touch with reception as soon as possible. There is an extra charge for replacing the keys (a breakdown of the costs will be provided directly at each site).

Resident code of conduct?

They take both the health and safety of their residents and their resident's ability to enjoy their buildings seriously and ask that all residents abide by their code of conduct to support their aims to create safe and secure environments. 

1.1 As part of the licence to occupy residents agree that they will not use the room, for any improper, immoral, or illegal purpose nor in any way which may, in their reasonable opinion, be a nuisance, damage or annoyance to the other residents of the hostel, or neighbors, or any other person. In particular, you will not: a) smoke in the hostel (including E-cigarettes); b) bring into or keep alcoholic drinks in the Hostel. c) prepare or cook any food in any bedroom nor in any other room of the Hostel except as provided in clause 9:5 hereof nor remove any food, crockery, cutlery, or glassware from the dining room. d) cause any noise which, if made within the room, can be heard outside the room or, if made within the common areas can be heard outside the common areas; e) keep or use drugs or psychoactive substances, the possession or use of which is prohibited by law (including but not limited to the Misuse of Drugs Act 1971 or the Psychoactive Substances Act 2016); f) keep or use any firearms, knives (other than kitchen knives), or any other weapons; g) harass, threaten or assault any other residents, their guests, their employees, or any other person; h) tamper with their fire prevention systems and control equipment (including not maliciously, recklessly, or negligently activating such fire prevention systems) i) use designated fire escapes except for the purposes of emergency escape; j) keep, store or use any gas or oil heater or other fuel-burning appliance in the Property, including candles and any other flame-lit device; k) keep any animal, bird, insect, or reptile. l) Register a business at a property address m) Gamble for money on property premises. n) erect any external wireless or television aerial or satellite dish at the Property or hang clothes or fabrics out of the windows or doors of the Property. 

1.2 Any action which may put the safety of the building or its occupants at risk could constitute an offence under Health and Safety legislation. Vandalism could constitute an offence under the Act. In addition they reserve the right to recover from residents the full cost of repairs arising out of acts of vandalism or unauthorised alterations to any part of their property. 

1.3 You must acquaint yourself with the fire and safety precautions, the fire escape evacuation routes, the location of fire exits and the assembly point; if in any doubt, please ask the House Manager. 

1.4 Residents agree to vacate the hostel (and to ensure that any visitors you have also vacate the hostel), immediately whenever the fire alarm is sounded. You should notify them in advance should you have any visitors to the room who may require assistance should it be necessary to evacuate the hostel. 

1.5 You should note that tampering with fire prevention/life-saving equipment such as, but not restricted to, fire extinguishers, fire doors and smoke detectors, is a criminal offence (punishable by a fine and/or imprisonment) and it will be treated as a serious breach of the licence to occupy.

 1.6 Where a self-catering or pantry kitchen is provided the following conditions will apply; a) You must prepare and cook the food only in the kitchen area allocated for that purpose and in no other part of the hostel. b) After you have finished cooking you should clean the cookers and other kitchen equipment that you have used. c) You must report any breakages of kitchen equipment to the House Manager of the Hostel immediately and you will be responsible for replacing at your own expense any equipment that you damage. d) You must only use the self-catering facilities during the hours permitted by the House Manager and when using the kitchen equipment, you should have regard to the equipment and wishes of other users. 

1.7 You should keep the accommodation allocated to you in a reasonable, clean and tidy state, limiting your personal belongings to the minimum. 

1.8 they have a zero tolerance policy on acts of aggression and violence towards both its staff and residents where any act as described above occurs the “LICENCE TO OCCUPY” will be terminated.

 1.9 Where the behaviour of a resident impacts negatively upon other residents’ enjoyment of the hostel environment they reserve the right to terminate the “LICENCE TO OCCUPY”.

 1.10 If you are in contact with or contract any contagious or infectious disease you should report such a fact to the House Manager immediately. 

1.11 The possession of your own television set or use other technologies in a way that requires a TV licence requires you to have a valid TV licence. 

1.12 You must ensure that your room is locked at all times.

Do you have a loyalty scheme discount?

They sure do! In shared rooms in selected properties, you can receive a discount of up to 25% off. The longer you stay, the less you pay!

Can I receive post?

Absolutely! Letters and parcels can be delivered to reception, just visit the reception desk to collect them.

Is there a curfew?

No. You are free to come and go as you please, but please be considerate and don't make too much noise when entering the residence late at night or early in the morning.

Transport?

Notting Hill Gate Station is the closest Underground Station. It serves the Central Line, District Line, and Circle Line. Bus routes: 27, 28, 52, 70, 94,148, 328, 452, N28, N31, N207

Meals?

2 meals per day are included and served daily as follows: Monday – Friday Breakfast: 7:00am – 9:00am Dinner: 6:00pm – 8:30pm Weekend Breakfast: 9:30am – 10:30am Lunch: 12:30pm – 1:30pm *Please inform them of any food allergies or special dietary requirements and they will do their best to accommodate you

Getting to Bowden Court?

From an Airport If you are arriving at Heathrow, City, Gatwick, or Stansted Airports, you can plan your journey in advance using the Transport for London Journey Planner. From a Train Station Bowden Court is located on the Central, Hammersmith&City and Circle line and is easily accessible to Paddington, King’s Cross, St Pancras, and Victoria train stations.

Which hours of the day will I be required to volunteer?

They recommend you give them a minimum of 20 hours a week. When you are offered a role, the exact times of day will be confirmed. In general, their volunteers are required either in the morning, late afternoon or evening shifts. You’ll have 1 or 2 days off per week depending on how the hours are split for the week.

Are meals for volunteers included?

They are indeed! You can enjoy breakfast and dinner during the week, and breakfast and lunch on the weekends. If you are volunteering at a self-catered hostel, you are welcome to visit one of their catered hostels for your meals. Alternatively, kitchen facilities are also available in self-catered sites for your use.

What tasks will I be required to do as a volunteer?

The types of duties which form part of your volunteer role will vary by property and can change from day to day but will usually involve the following:

1. If you are volunteering in a catered property: to help set up, serve, clear away at meal times – breakfast, evening meals and lunch at weekends. Keep the kitchen, dining room and other catering areas clean. This includes pot washing, cleaning of appliances and operating dishwasher machine. 2. Help the Cook in basic food preparation, put away deliveries and keep the kitchen and cooking utensils clean and tidy. 3. Everyday general cleaning and portering duties covering all areas and to include; the cleaning of showers, toilets, bedrooms, public & communal areas, immediate external areas, kitchens and dining room. 4. Occasional special cleaning, e.g. carpet cleaning, deep cleaning areas, oven cleaning, washing down walls, laundry, cleaning vents and inside of windows. 5. Changing bed linen, counting and preparing laundry for collection. 6. Office duties to include check in/out, dealing with enquiries, taking bookings, responding to complaints, logging/reporting problems and maintenance issues. 7. Night porter duties; offering basic office cover and contact for residents after office hours. Some cleaning duties may also be required.

In which type of room would I stay as a volunteer?

Volunteers stay in their shared single-sex dormitories with other volunteers. It depends on the hostel and the availability as to how many other volunteers you will be staying with, but it will be between 2-5 other people.

I have “indefinite leave to remain” in the UK, am I able to volunteer?

There are a number of other visas which generally mean you are able to join the volunteer scheme these include:
* A passport or ‘other travel document’ (current or expired) endorsed to show the holder is either ‘exempt from immigration control’, has ‘indefinite leave in the UK’, has the ‘right of abode’ in the UK, or has ‘no time limit’ on their stay in the UK. * A certificate of registration or naturalisation as a British citizen. * A current passport or other ‘travel document’ endorsed to show that the holder is allowed to stay in the UK for a time-limited period. * A current biometric ‘residence permit’ card issued by the Home Office to the holder, which indicates that the named person is permitted to stay in the UK for a time-limited period * A current immigration status document issued by the Home Office to the holder with a valid endorsement indicating that the holder may stay in the UK for a time-limited period
This list is not exhaustive if you have a specific query about your visa please contact the volunteering team

How long can I volunteer for?

The minimum stay is six weeks and the maximum stay is two years.

I applied for a volunteering position. How long do I need to wait for a response?

Once you have completed the application form on this page, you will receive a response from them within two working days. Roles can be filled anywhere between 7 days and 3 months in advance. For enquiries further in the future, they will keep your details on file and contact you nearer the time.

Who needs a sponsorship certificate?

Anyone from outside the UK

What is the type of visa required for me to volunteer?

Charity Worker Visa

I’m an international student and want to volunteer while studying in the UK?

If you’re an international student studying in the UK, normally you are able to volunteer with them during the period you are enrolled at a UK university. In some instances, restrictions may apply. You must always ensure that you do not have restrictions on your visa preventing you from volunteering whilst in the UK.

I live outside the UK can I volunteer whilst on holiday?

If you would like to volunteer during your stay you can volunteer with them for a maximum of 30 days.

I’ve entered the UK as part of the youth mobility scheme (formerly a working holiday visa), am I able to volunteer?

Yes. Persons from Australia, Canada, Japan, Monaco, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Republic of Korea and Taiwan aged between 18 and 30 are able to live and work in the UK for up to two years through the youth mobility scheme and so are welcome to join the volunteer scheme. For more information see the UK government website.

Can I volunteer without a visa?

All British nationals are able to volunteer without a visa. Persons from the EU and EEA are able to volunteer without a visa until the 30th June 2021. These are persons from: EU Countries Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Republic of Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden. The European Economic Area (EEA) All of the EU countries listed above plus Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway. Swiss Nationals are also eligible to volunteer without a visa up to the 30th June 2021.

Who is eligible to volunteer?

In order to volunteer you must be aged over 18.

Are you able to sponsor my visa application?

Yes – Property will provide a Sponsorship certificate which you will require for your visa application.

How long is the sponsorship certificate valid for?

12 months.



Davies Court, London
Lowest Price Guaranteed
We guarantee to match the price of your accommodation if you find an identical offer on another...
Learn More
Verified Properties
We guarantee that what you see on our website is exactly what you'll get.
24x7 Personal Assistance
For any doubts or queries, a quick call is all it takes - we're here to assist you promptly.
Trustpilot 4.8/5
We've earned an excellent rating from over 5000 students for our outstanding services.

Student Accomodations in London

London Student Accommodation

Living and studying in the vibrant city of London, UK, is an exciting prospect for students from around the world. However, finding suitable student accommodation in London can be a daunting task, especially with limited on-campus housing options. Students can find a great deal of affordable and comfortable student accommodation London options at a reasonable price with amber. The options for London student accommodation are located near many world-renowned London universities like Imperial College London, University College London, London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts, and many more.

Students can find pocket-friendly London student accommodation options in various popular neighbourhoods. Students can choose from a variety of luxurious yet budget-friendly studios, ensuites, non-ensuites, private rooms, and shared apartments. All student apartments London options are equipped with top-notch amenities like a kitchen, gym, wifi, and communal lounges. With amber, you can easily browse through a diverse range of accommodation options, each meticulously vetted to ensure they meet strict quality standards. Amber caters to various preferences and budgets, ensuring you find a comfortable and secure home away from home. Some of the best student accommodation London options include AXO Islington, Mannequin House, Romano Court, and several others!

About London

With the world's most significant institutions and over 350,000 international students, London is a global centre of excellence for education. International students from all over the world favour London as their preferred educational destination. London, renowned for its world-class restaurants, vibrant music scene, exquisite hotels, and rich history, is a city that truly has it all. With its iconic tea culture and efficient public transportation system, exploring London is both delightful and convenient. Each neighbourhood offers a unique experience, from the historic charm of the Tower of London and Tower Bridge to the cultural richness of the National Portrait Gallery and Trafalgar Square. Whether you're strolling through Kensington Gardens or indulging in the city's diverse culinary scene, London promises a memorable visit that will leave you eager to return.

London is the capital of the United Kingdom and is among the oldest cities in the world, stretching its history for almost two millennia. London is a beautiful metropolitan area based upon the River Thames and has been located in the Southeastern part of England since its inception. Being the core of the United Kingdom's economic, transportation, and cultural trade, the city boasts a vast economic sector and great importance in the country. Moreover, students will find that London also shares its borders with popular cities, such as Coventry, Birmingham, and Leicester, making London a highly connected city.

Best London Student Accommodation

Finding suitable student accommodation is crucial before moving abroad. When booking your London student accommodation, consider factors such as proximity to the university, location, rent of your London student accommodation, and nearby transportation options. Amber offers a straightforward process for finding the best student flats in London in just three simple steps: select, pay, and book. Committed to providing the best student experience, Amber offers a range of accommodation types, including studios, flats, and other options tailored to every student's needs. All properties offered by amber are among the best in the city, ensuring a comfortable and convenient stay. Below, we've listed down some of the best student accommodation London options that you can check out if you're planning to move:

1. Peckham

2. London Nest Don Gratton House

3. iQ Will Wyatt Court

4. iQ Highbury

5. AXO Islington

6. AXO New Cross

7. Mannequin House

8. Canvas Walthamstow

9. iQ Sterling Court

10. Britannia South Bank

Cost of Living in London

Several factors play a significant role in determining the cost of living in London. The city's status as a global financial hub and a renowned cultural centre contributes to its high living costs. The type of London student accommodation, its location, and the rent can greatly impact housing expenses. Additionally, the cost of essential goods and services, such as groceries, utilities, and transportation, can vary depending on the neighbourhood and lifestyle choices. It's important to note that while London is generally considered an expensive city, students can expect to spend between £2,300 and £2,500 per month. Below is the breakdown of the many expenses you may incur, apart from your student accommodation in London UK:

1. Off-campus accommodation: £1,220 - £1250 per month

2. Transportation: £180 - £190 per month

3. Utility: £300 - £350 per month

4. Groceries: £200 - £230 per month

5. Food: £450 - £500 per month

6. Entertainment: £60 - £70 per month

7. Clothes: £70 - £100 per month

Student Travel in London

England's transport system, in general, is potentially one of the most effective. The city is smartly connected to every central transportation system readily available within walking distance from all the universities in London. From the world-famous London Underground Tube and DLR (a machine-driven light railway) to trams and buses, students can explore a wide range of transport services in London. To help students, we have enlisted the major transport systems below, which are easily accessible from your accommodation in London for international students:

1. Train

London has a dedicated metro rail system, covering the London City Centre to Waterloo, Strand, and Piccadilly Circus Station. These stations are concisely well-connected train stations. So students don't have to worry about travelling to nearby cities on weekends. The average ticket cost is  £4.40- £9/ day

2. Bus

London's bus network runs 24 hours daily, with more than 100 buses running up and down the city. Students can take buses from Victoria Bus Station near the city centre that connect to all national highways of England. There are many bus stops near private student accommodation London options, including Northumberland Avenue/Trafalgar Square (Stop X) and Trafalgar Square (Stop B). The average bus fare in London is around £2- £5/day. Students can also choose an 'Oyster Card' bus pass that significantly reduces local transport expenses.

3. Cycling

Students can also explore local parts of the city by cycling. They can visit London's exclusive cycling areas, like the famous Jubilee Park & Garden. In addition, most student accommodation London options listed with amber also offer secure bike storage places, so students never have to worry about it!

Student Lifestyle and Living in London

With its wealth of cultural institutions and academic opportunities, vibrant student life, and diverse global community, London consistently ranks as a top choice for students. The city provides an excellent environment for networking and building professional connections, along with the best options for London student housing as well. Home to over 127,000 international students, London offers various opportunities for work or internships in desired career fields, enhancing skills and CVs.

London's dynamic atmosphere offers something for everyone, from exploring cultural landmarks to enjoying vibrant nightlife. The picturesque Thames Riverside provides a serene escape, perfect for those seeking natural beauty and Instagram-worthy moments. Students living in London student accommodation will find an array of cafes, restaurants, grocery stores, malls, and green spaces around. Exploring local shops and city malls reveals London's culinary diversity, with eateries serving cuisines from around the globe. For a memorable dining experience, students can visit popular spots like The Northall, Prezzo Italian Restaurant, and Tunnel Meals. Get a caffeine kick start to your day by a visit to Host Cafe, The Coffee House, and Cafe at Storey's Gate. For entertainment, students can watch a football match at Brewmaster or dance to trendy disco beats at College Arms, The Coach House, and The One Tun Pub & Rooms, located near the city centre. For shopping, you can head to The Brunswick Centre, Cardinal Place, and Brent Cross Shopping Centre. There's also a lot to explore for art lovers. The Residence Gallery, Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery, and Art Space Gallery are sure to transport you to another realm.

London Tourist Attractions

With so many captivating tourist attractions and things to do, it's no wonder London is among the most famous cities in the world. The picturesque views, historical palaces, green areas, and traditions make it intriguing and attract a large group of people. The hubs, pubs, delightful cafes, leisure places, parks and student-efficient clubs drive students to London. Some popular London attractions, which are easily accessible from the many student accommodation London options are:

1. London Eye
2. Big Ben
3. The Shard
4. Trafalgar Square
5. Buckingham Palace

Universities in London

London is home to several prestigious universities known for their academic excellence and diverse courses. These institutions offer a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate programs, attracting students from all around the world. With its cutting-edge research, world-class faculty, and vibrant campus life, studying in London provides an enriching and unforgettable educational experience. Some of the best universities near your London student housing include:

1. London Film School
2. BPP university
3. City University of London
4. BPP University London (Holborn)
5. Kaplan International English (London Covent Garden)

amber © 2024. All rights reserved.
4.8/5 on Trustpilot
Rated as "Excellent" • 5000+ Reviews by students
Get the app
Payment Options
Contact us
Follow us on