London school
of economics

Want student accommodation while you study at the London School of Economics? Sanctuary Students offers fully inclusive private student halls in London that are perfect for your needs!

London
& LSE

Sanctuary Students delivers safe, secure London School of Economics student accommodation within a short distance of LSE and other institutions. All buildings include private, en-suite student housing with fully inclusive rents in superb locations.

Buildings include secure entry, social areas, private rooms and more. Each is located close to a tube station and bus stops, while some are within walking distance of schools, colleges and universities.

If you’re studying at the London School of Economics or anywhere in the city, Sanctuary Students offers some of the best student accommodation for the money.

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Alliance House
Alliance House
Alliance House, Newington Green, London, N16 9QH
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£219.75
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Coopers Court
Coopers Court
10-14 Maplin Street, Mile End, London, E3 4SX
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£280
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Dinwiddy House
Dinwiddy House
189-205 Pentonville Road‎, Kings Cross, London, N1 9NF
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£211.86
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Don Gratton House
Don Gratton House
82 Old Montague Street, Whitechapel, London, E1 5NN
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£282
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Lilian Knowles House
Lilian Knowles House
50 Crispin St, London, E1 6HQ
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£198.86
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Manna Ash House
Manna Ash House
8-16 Pocock Street, Newington, London, SE1 0BW
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£351.00
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Paul Robeson House
Paul Robeson House
1 Penton Rise, London, WC1X 9EH
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£229.87
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The Craft Building
The Craft Building
12 Greatorex Street, London, E1 5NF
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£256
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Student housing FAQs

About the London School of Economics


The London School of Economics (LSE) was founded in 1895 and joined the University of London in 1900. It didn’t become the London School of Economics until 2008.

The university is based in Westminster and has around 12,000 students including undergraduates and postgraduates. It offers over 140 degree courses and numerous postgraduate courses, including PhD courses.

It is the highest ranked university in London and 3rd in the UK after Cambridge and Oxford.

It is known mainly for business and economics, politics, sociology, law and other subjects. It counts former Nobel Prize winners, world leaders, heads of state and business leaders as former students, and has apparently educated more billionaires than any other university in the world.

Student life in London

The London School of Economics is located in Westminster, minutes from Holborn and Temple.

Our cheap student accommodation in London is a short walk, tube ride, Uber or bus ride from the university and from other London schools, colleges and universities.

It’s a thriving part of the city close to the Central Criminal Court, the River Thames, Sir John Soane's Museum, London Transport Museum, King's College London, The British Museum, Covent Garden, Leicester Square, Waterloo Bridge, The National Gallery, Tottenham Court Road, Lincoln's Inn Fields and as much shopping and entertainment as you can handle.

All our private student halls provide the safe space you need to make the most of your time studying in London.

What type of London student accommodation does Sanctuary Students provide?

All our private student halls are fully en-suite rooms, either single, double or large double. Each includes everything you need to begin living right away and include secure entry and social areas.

All buildings provide safe spaces that are well maintained, and social spaces are kept clean and tidy and can include laundry areas for extra convenience.

Is your London student accommodation expensive?

No, it isn’t! Considering the amenities and the quality of our private halls, we believe we offer competitively priced student accommodation in London. Our team regularly compares our prices to the competition and updates them as needed.

All rents are fully inclusive too, which means you pay once and don’t have to worry about anything. Rents include heating, electricity, Wi-Fi, contents insurance, cleaning of social areas, security and everything for the buildings.

All you need to pay for is your food and anything you want in your room!

What other fees and charges are there?

Sanctuary Students don't believe in hidden charges or fees. All rents are clearly advertised, all bills are inclusive and there are no extra fees or charges. The only exceptions would be for damage or extra cleaning, but that’s standard.

All you need to pay is your rent, food and whatever you have for your room. If you bring your own TV and watch live TV in your room, you will need a TV licence, otherwise, no fees, no charges.

Is the student housing fully furnished?

Yes, all our London student housing is fully furnished. Rooms are en-suite and include all furniture. They are also equipped with all living items and everything you’re likely to need.

All you’ll need to bring is your bedding, kitchenware and any special items you cannot live without.

Where is your London School of Economics student accommodation based?

Sanctuary Students has several buildings around London. They include Whitechapel, Newington, King’s Cross, Mile end, WC1, E1, E3 and N16. We’re always looking for new buildings to turn into amazing private student halls, so will be expanding this list as we go.

All our London School of Economics student accommodation is close to tube stations, bus routes, taxis, Uber and other forms of transport.

You’ll be able to walk to some colleges and universities and the tube can take you everywhere else.

When should I book my London School of Economics student accommodation?

We recommend booking your student accommodation as soon as your place at LSE has been confirmed.

The quality, location and price of our private student halls is such that they tend to go fast. As soon as you accept the place, book your accommodation. It only costs £1 to reserve, and the faster you move, the higher your chances of securing your spot!

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Transport in London

As Britain’s capital, transport links into and out of London are plentiful.

London has access to multiple airports including Heathrow, Gatwick, London City, Stansted and Luton. All are linked to the city via road, rail and coach.

London has multiple railway stations that cover the entire United Kingdom and Europe. Stations include London Liverpool Street, St Pancras International, King's Cross St Pancras, Waterloo, Paddington and many others.

The London Underground (tube) covers the entire city of London with several lines criss-crossing the city including Russell Square, Warren Street, Tottenham Court Road and London Euston Station, which are all just minutes from your student accommodation.

London also has lots of road links but driving in the city can be a challenge. There is also the London Congestion Charge to consider as well as parking!

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