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Eleanor Rosa House is located in an up-and-coming area of Stratford, east London. It is less than 10 minutes walk from Westfield Stratford shopping centre and the London Underground Stratford station a transport hub with frequent connections to central London and Stansted Airport.


Each en-suite room is located in a flat and comes with a small double bed, spacious work area and plenty of storage. The kitchen/living area is shared with your fellow flatmates (between 4-8 people) and if you have friends who are also looking for accommodation, we can allocate all of you to the same flat!

Community Amenities

Wi-Fi Common areas
24/7 reception
Wardenial team to support students during their time in the hall
Roof garden and external landscaped areas
Quiet study area
Communal study space
Common room
Activity room for cinema, games and yoga
Laundry room
Bike storage
Sky Lounges
The Observatory
Communal kitchens cleaned once a week
Communal areas cleaned once a week

Apartment Amenities

Windows fitted with black-out roller blinds
Bed
Bedhead with integrated shelving, power socket and light switch
Desk with drawer unit and bookcase above
Adjustable desk chair
Wardrobe
Pin board
Coat hook
Mirror
En-suite bathroom with sink, WC and shower
Fully equipped with cabinets and drawers
Electric cooker/oven
Microwave
Fridge-freezer
Breakfast bar or dining table with chairs
Sofa
Coffee table

Safety and Security

CCTV

Configurations

Standard Single En-suite£215/week
Offers1
Private Room
Private Bathroom
Shared Kitchen
Bedrooms1
Bathrooms1
Area14 sqm

Room Amenities

Windows fitted with black-out roller blinds
Small double bed (4’ x 6’6”) with anti-allergy mattress
Bedhead with integrated shelving, power socket and light switch
Desk with drawer unit and bookcase above
Adjustable desk chair
Wardrobe
Pin board
Coat hook
Mirror
En-suite bathroom with sink, WC and shower
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Duration:50 week
Move in:1 Sep, 2021
£215/week
Looking for different dates? Contact us
Standard Single Plus En-suite£221/week
Offers1
Private Room
Private Bathroom
Shared Kitchen
Bedrooms1
Bathrooms1

Room Amenities

Windows fitted with black-out roller blinds
Small double bed (4’ x 6’6”) with anti-allergy mattress
Bedhead with integrated shelving, power socket and light switch
Desk with drawer unit and bookcase above
Adjustable desk chair
Wardrobe
Pin board
Coat hook
Mirror
En-suite bathroom with sink, WC and shower
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Duration:50 week
Move in:1 Sep, 2021
£221/week
Looking for different dates? Contact us
Single Studio£289/week
Offers1
Private Bathroom
Entire Place
Private Kitchen
Bedrooms1
Bathrooms1

Room Amenities

Others
Others
Others
Windows fitted with black-out roller blinds
Small double bed (4’ x 6’6”) with anti-allergy mattress
Bedhead with integrated shelving, power socket and light switch
Desk with drawer unit and bookcase above
Adjustable desk chair
Wardrobe
Pin board
Coat hook
Mirror
Easy chair
Coffee table
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Duration:50 week
Move in:1 Sep, 2021
£289/week
Looking for different dates? Contact us

Booking Details

Cancellation Policy:-


If You wish to cancel the Licence Agreement You must give us notice in writing by email to by 31 August 2021 stating that You no longer wish to take up your accommodation. If such notice is given by 31 August 2021 the Licence Agreement shall be cancelled, any Deposit You have paid to Us shall be refunded and the University will not be required to provide You with accommodation. If no notice is given the Licence Agreement will be binding on You and You will be responsible for Accommodation Fees for the whole Period of Occupancy, even if you do not move into the Accommodation.

Payment Details

Mode of payments:-

Debit card, Credit card, Bank Transfer and Epay 

Frequently Asked Questions

What is considered ‘proof of student status’?

This document can be any official correspondence from UCAS, your university/college that states your name, the university and course of your choice, the length of study and whether the course is full time.

I am not sure when I physically need to be at University, may I still apply/accept the offer and cancel later?

Yes, you may still apply and accept the offer. You can cancel your accommodation until 31st August 2021. 

Are rooms allocated as students arrive and check in?

Rooms are allocated at random, the time and date you arrive at the hall has no connection with the room you are allocated. Your room will only be confirmed upon check-in. This is to ensure that any maintenance work can be carried out with no disruption to the students.  All rooms are inspected before students arrivals to make sure they meet required standards; if any room is unsuitable, it will be removed from the system and another random room of the same type will be assigned giving the maintenance team ample time to fix any issues.

How do I become a Resident Advisor?

The applications for RAs are normally open in April/May.

Is there enough accommodation for every applicant?

Unfortunately, the accommodation at the Intercollegiate Halls is limited and not every student is going to be successful. Your college might be able to offer you alternative accommodation or help you in finding one. Any rooms not booked are released onto our website in September for applicants to book on a first-come-first-served basis. Please check our website regularly if you would like to take an advantage of this opportunity.

If I’m accepted, when can I move in?

If you are accepted you will receive an email from the Intercollegiate Halls with your accommodation offer. Before you accept the offer you will have to review a license agreement that has the contract start date. This is the date from which you can move in to your room. This is also the date from which you will start paying the rent. We are normally able to accommodate early arrivals; however, the contract start date cannot be delayed.

I have a medical condition that affects my choice of accommodation. Who should I inform about it?

Students with medical conditions are encouraged to contact us and discuss their needs with a member of our team so we could advise on the best solution.  

What are the criteria for making a decision whether to offer accommodation to a student or not?

Each college of the University of London manages the application process individually

Is the accommodation at the Intercollegiate Halls catered?

Most rooms at the Intercollegiate Halls are catered; students receive breakfast and dinner that are included in the price. Any room, studio or flat that has a kitchen is self-catered. Students living in self-catered accommodation have an option to buy a meal plan. The price of the meal plan is GBP 7.50 per day for 2021/22 academic year.

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