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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

When should I start looking for London student accommodation?

It's beneficial to start your hunt for London student accommodation early. Amber helps you with the paperwork of the place, the amenities provided and the location and proximity to your university. Thorough research is essential to ensure smooth booking of London student accommodation.  

What should I look for when booking London student accommodation?

Consider the following things while looking at London student accommodation with amber. 

  • Number of people you want to live with
  • Housing catered or self-catered
  • En-suite or studio
  • Single or double bed
  • Room size 
  • Budget
  • On-campus or off-campus accommodation
  • Any additional facilities

What are the best areas for students to live in London?

Student life in London has everything a student needs. No matter where you live, you will enjoy the best of the city. Camden, Bloomsbury, Brixton, Waterloo, Westminster, Mayfair, Kensington, etc., are some of the most popular, affordable, and culturally diverse places. However, you must consider your commute to university and budget to decide what's best for you. 

How can housing in London be rented?

Select, pay, and book. After you shortlist from our catalogue of more than 15,000+ options in London, you will be provided free service throughout the entire process from our experienced team. You can contact us for any further queries and guidance, and we'd be happy to assist you. 

How much rent does a student pay for accommodation in London?

Several factors decide student accommodation rent, and one of the essential aspects is location. Amber offers accommodations in London ranging from  £100/week to even a whopping  £1,000/week. On average, you can expect to spend  £300- £350 per week on a decent room. Apart from the location, the rent also depends on various amenities and facilities provided by the accommodation and the room's configuration. The accommodation rent will decrease as you move further away from Central London

What is the lowest rent I can pay in London?

Bowden House, Chapter Ealing are some of the best accommodation for a reasonable price which also provide you with a decent range of facilities. 

When should I book my accommodation for the September intake?

Usually, six months before is the ideal time to book your accommodation. Most of these accommodations start their intake in February, but will let you book rooms at the last moment if they have available rooms. But booking earlier will be the best bargain for you because the more you wait, the more you pay.  

How much money will I spend on bills?

It depends on the property you rent, but most of our student properties in London have bills included, so you'll only have to pay the rent and nothing else. The bills include WiFi and other facilities. For more information, get in touch with our team of experts.  

Can I get discounts for student accommodation in London?

Yes, students who book early often get good discounts and pay much less rent for their accommodation. You can also leverage discounts and cashback from group bookings. 

Can I stay with a friend at my student accommodation in London?

Yes, you can share accommodation with your friends but depending on the property you may be imposed with a minimal extra charge for this. You can share an apartment or opt for dual occupancy studios. Living in groups might earn you a discount as well.  

Can I view my student flat in London before booking?

Yes. If you'd wish to schedule a viewing before booking a property, get in contact with our booking experts, and we will arrange a virtual tour for you.

What different accommodation types are available for students in London?

Our Student accommodation options are classified by 3 major configurations:

Shared: A shared room is where two or more students can share a single room, washroom, kitchen, and other common spaces.

En-suite/Private room: An en-suite is where you get a private bedroom and bathroom, whereas the kitchen and living areas are shared with others.

Studios: A studio is a self-contained unit with a bedroom, a kitchen, and a private washroom. Two students may book a single studio together, subject to the policies of the accommodation provider.

You can thus make an informed decision based upon your interests. You can choose between shared and private apartments depending upon your budget.

Can I get a furnished student room in London?

 Yes, all student accommodations are fully furnished.  

How do I pay for my student room in London?

You can make the payment via numerous modes including net banking or your debit card. We also have our own payment portal where we can assist you with the process. 

What are the best areas for London student accommodation?

Student life in London has everything a student needs. No matter where you reside, you will enjoy the best of the city. Camden, Bloomsbury, Brixton, Waterloo, Westminster, Mayfair, and Kensington are some of the most popular, affordable, and culturally diverse places. However, you must consider your commute to university and budget to decide what's best for you.  

Which is the best dormitory in London?

  

IQ Tufnell House is the most recommended accommodation in London, providing you with excellent amenities and facilities. 

Student Accomodations in London

London Student Accommodation

Discovering appropriate student housing in London can be tedious, but it's not complicated. Students can find a great deal of affordable and comfortable London student accommodation options at a reasonable price with amber. Student accommodation in London is located near many world-renowned London universities like Imperial College London, University College London, King's College London, King's College London - Guy's Campus, Fordham University London, University of Arts, London, Coventry University, London, London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts and London School Of Economics and Political Science.


Students can find pocket-friendly London student accommodation options in Zone 3 to Zone 9. It has something for everybody. Student accommodation in London is further divided into halls of residence, rooms and private housing. Student accommodation in London options consist of comfortable, luxurious, yet budget-friendly en-suites, studio apartments, and shared apartments in London for rent, including various amenities. Student accommodation in London is available in a variety of price ranges. London student accommodation is built for the comfort of students. Some of the most recommended accommodations in London are Chapter Aldgate, Chapter Portobello, Spring Mews, and others. It is much easier to book short-term student accommodation in London than in any other city in England with amber.

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. It is an influential capital for its historical architecture, culture, and music. Students are free to explore the city's network of friendly neighbourhoods. The people in London's city centre are known for being kind and welcoming to visitors, especially students.


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 near student accommodation in London such as Coventry, Birmingham and Leicester, making London a highly connected city. Besides, the city is also said to be influenced by historical and modern economic and warfare history, allowing London to enjoy a mixture of the early 19th and 20th centuries.


The city also hosts a large flock of international students amongst these travellers. London also offers many renowned institutions, including the Royal College of Art, Goldsmith's University, and Royal College of Music, which never let a student settle for anything less than perfect.

Best Student Accommodation in London

One of the most important things to do before moving abroad is to find a good, well-equipped student accommodation. Before you book your London student accommodation, look at different factors like distance from the university, location, nearby commute, etc. Amber has a very easy, fast, and streamlined process of bringing the best accommodations to you in just three easy, actionable steps. Amber is committed to providing you with the best student experience through its range of accommodation types, i.e. studios, flats, and other options for student accommodation in London. Our properties offered for London student accommodation are some of the best in the city. All the choices for student accommodation in London are catered to every student’s needs. Some of the best options for student accommodation in London are:

1. Axo Camden

2. IQ Tufnell House

3. IQ Shoreditch,

4. Bloomsbury Janet Poole House

5. Pacific Court

6. AXO Islington

7. AXO New Cross

8. Chapter Portobello

9. Helen Graham House

10. Goldsmith House

Cost of Living in London

London student accommodation is ideal for students due to the affordable cost. If you live in student accommodation in London offered by amber, you can save on your commute and many other bills.  Living in London could be expensive but careful assessments and planning can help students from spending extra pounds. For student apartments in London, it is recommended to have a budget of £1,000-£1,300 per month. Below is the breakdown of the monthly expenses in London:


1. Food: £400-£600/ month

2. Gas and electricity: £200-£280/ month

3. Internet & mobile phone: £120-£200/ month

4. Dinner at a restaurant: £200-£400/ month

5. Laundry: £100-£160/ month

6. Stationery and Textbooks: £80-£120/ month

7. Clothing: £200-£375/ month

8. Travel (buses, trams, and trains): £360-£600/ month

Student Travel 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 in London below:

1. Train: London has a dedicated metro rail system which ranges from all the zones in London, covering 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. The bus stops near the London student accommodation can help you travel daily to and from the student accommodation in London for just £3/ day. Hundreds of local bus stops are at every corner of the city, designed to cater to local and national travellers. 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 via cycling. Students can visit London's exclusive cycling areas like London's famous Jubilee Park & Garden.

Student Lifestyle and Living in London

With London's abundance of cultural institutions and academic offerings, its buzzing student life and global community, it's no wonder that the city has come out top. London is an excellent city to network and make connections with professionals around you. London is home to more than 1,27,000 international students. During your studies at university, there may be opportunities to work or intern for companies in your desired career. This is a great way to build upon your skills and develop your CV. With numerous dynamic and vibrant spots for the crowd, the town is ideal for all ages to explore and travel. Those who like spending quality time around calm water bodies can visit the popular Thames Riverside, where students find astounding natural beauty that suits all Instagram lovers.


Meanwhile, exploring local shops and city malls can also leave students in awe of London's eateries, which offer a wide variety of cuisines and drinks from almost every corner of the world. Granaio Leicester Square—Italian Restaurant and Pizza Pilgrims Waterloo are two of London's most popular restaurants and takeout places if students crave a sufficient dining experience at affordable prices.

One can also enjoy a drink watching the city's football team match at Brewmaster or groove to the trendy disco beats in the vibrant clubs in The Roxy situated right next to the City Centre.


Most students prefer London student accommodation in the city centre. The Amber Student Accommodation website allows students to discover a wide range of housing options to make their stay satisfying.

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. Around 20 million tourists visit London every year. 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 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. Some of the renowned universities in the city include Imperial College London, University College London (UCL), King's College London, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), and Queen Mary University of London. 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.

1. London Film School

2. BPP university

3. City University of London

4. BPP University London (Holborn)

5. Kaplan International English (London Covent Garden)

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