London Metropolitan University Student Accommodation

Studying at London Metropolitan University soon? Looking for safe, comfortable London Metropolitan University student accommodation? Want to live off-campus instead of in halls?

Sanctuary Students are here to help!

We provide high-quality, low-cost London Metropolitan University student accommodation. We have properties across the capital, including some perfectly positioned for the London Met.

Buildings provide a safe, secure space to be a student. Most rooms are en-suite, fully furnished and equipped. Buildings are secure and include CCTV. There are social spaces too so you can hang out and meet new friends.

What’s more, all rents are fully inclusive. That means no bills and no worries!

If that wasn’t enough, staying with Sanctuary Students is about much more than just a room!

Dinwiddy House

All inclusive bills
Common room
Free broadband and Wi-Fi throughout
On-site laundry
Bike storage
Free contents insurance
On-site security and CCTV
Garden area

189-205 Pentonville Road‎, Kings Cross, London, N1 9NF

Dinwiddy House has a great zone 1 location just a few minutes' walk from King's Cross-St. Pancras International. 

Our spacious en-suite rooms offer amazing value for money in the heart of the capital.

From £173.73 p/w

Paul Robeson House

All inclusive bills
Common room
Free broadband
On-site laundry
Bike storage
Free contents insurance
On-site security and CCTV
Garden area

1 Penton Rise, London, WC1X 9EH

Paul Robeson House is located in central London just a few minutes from Kings Cross-St. Pancras station, allowing you to make the most of all London has to offer.

Our great value, en-suite rooms are perfect for postgraduates.

From £173.73 p/w

About London Metropolitan University

London Metropolitan University, or the London Met as it’s also known, is made up of the former University of North London and London Guildhall University. It was formed in 2002 to provide hig- quality education in north London.

London Metropolitan University has campuses in the City of London and Islington as well as a presence in libraries and museums across the city. The main campus is on Holloway Road in Islington, by Emirates Stadium.

The university is known for business, law, computing, digital media, human science, social subjects, social sciences, art, architecture and design. There are around 160 degree courses in all, covering these core subjects.

London Metropolitan University has around 10,500 students, a mix of undergraduates and postgraduates.

Transport in London

London has an excellent transport system. Car use is challenging but the range of public transport options is generous.


 

London is surrounded by airports including Heathrow, Gatwick, London City, Stansted and Luton. Each is less than an hour’s bus, tube or train ride from the city centre.

London also has plenty of rail links covered by some pretty famous stations. Those stations include Paddington, London Liverpool Street, St Pancras International, King's Cross St Pancras, Waterloo, Clapham Junction and many others.

Our London Metropolitan University student accommodation is close to the tube and bus stops.

The London Underground (tube) is an excellent way to get around. It has stations across the city, covering most destinations. London Metropolitan University is by Drayton Park and Holloway Road overground while Caledonian Road and Arsenal Tube are minutes away.

Buses are also plentiful, with many services running 24/7.

Student life in London

Being a student in a nation’s capital is always going to be an exciting experience, and studying at London Metropolitan University is no different.

The university itself is close to Arsenal’s Emirates Stadium, Finsbury Park, Paradise Park, Highbury Leisure Centre, The Pleasance Theatre and a short bus or tube ride to the city centre.

There you’ll find The British Library, Charles Dickens Museum, The British Museum, The National Gallery, London Coliseum, Leicester Square, Savoy Theatre, Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, Royal Festival Hall, Tower of London, Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace, The Regent's Park, London Zoo and hundreds of other attractions.

Your London Metropolitan University student accommodation will also be close to shopping and dining, entertainment, amenities and transport links.

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London Metropolitan University student accommodation FAQs

Here are some of the most common questions asked about student accommodation for London Metropolitan University:

Select the building or room type, select the' 'Book now' button or the ‘Arrange a viewing’ button. Pay the £1 security deposit, arrange your viewing, visit your new room and then book.

It’s a simple process that’s designed to make it easy for you to check, view and commit.

We recommend booking as soon as your place at London Metropolitan University has been confirmed. It’s a very popular university and competition is fierce for off-campus accommodation.

As we’re one of the cheapest around, with the highest standards, our London Metropolitan University student accommodation tends to be booked early.

All rents for London Metropolitan University student accommodation are fully inclusive. The rent you see is the rent you pay. No extras and no hidden fees.

Rent includes all utilities like water, gas and electricity, broadband and Wi-Fi, cleaning of social areas, use of all building amenities, building maintenance and even contents insurance!

Plus, you get much more than just a room when you stay with Sanctuary Students!

We will always do our best to place friends together but we can make no promises. We promise to do our best to put you all together, though. Book early, mention each other’s names in your application and tell us you’d like to be together, and we’ll take care of the rest.

Yes, you can view your London Metropolitan University student accommodation before booking. Each building should have a green ‘Arrange viewing’ button on the page. Select that, fill in the form, give us three dates and we’ll confirm a viewing.

We’ll show you the building and your room. If we can’t show you the exact room, we’ll show you an identical one so you can make an informed decision.

Unfortunately, there is no parking at our building(s). London is a challenging place to drive anyway, so we’d recommend leaving the car at home. Public transport is plentiful and cheap and some of it runs 24/7, so you should rarely need your car anyway!