Queen Mary University of London Accommodation

Sanctuary Students is a leading supplier of accommodation in London for students at Queen Mary University. Accommodation designed to provide privacy, safety and security alongside comfortable living spaces and every amenity.

Based in Mile End, London, Queen Mary University is well placed to make use of the plentiful shopping, dining and entertainment opportunities, Mile End Hospital, Mile End tube station and all the benefits of living in the capital.

If you’re looking for cheap student accommodation in London that provides the university experience you dreamed of, Sanctuary Students can help.

We have a range of clean, well-maintained accommodation in London for students that provides individual ensuite living spaces and rooms to share.

Generous living areas, clean and tidy social areas and proximity to Queen Mary University of London. All for a sensible price. What’s not to love?

Coopers Court
All inclusive bills
Common room
Wi-Fi throughout
On-site laundry
Free contents insurance
Secure entry and CCTV
En-suite bedrooms
Garden area

10-14 Maplin Street, Mile End, London, E3 4SX

Coopers Court is located in the heart of London's vibrant East End, within easy access of many universities; particularly Queen Mary University.

The student accommodation itself offers en-suite bedrooms with free 250MB Wi-Fi, all-inclusive bills and free contents insurance included in the weekly rent.

Don Gratton House
Great location
All inclusive bills
Common room
Free broadband and Wi-Fi throughout
On-site laundry
Free contents insurance
On-site security and CCTV
En-suite double bedrooms

82 Old Montague Street, Whitechapel, London, E1 5NN

Don Gratton House provides excellent value zone 1 student accommodation. It is ideally located in Whitechapel allowing you to enjoy a central London living experience, whilst also being just moments away from the attractions of London’s vibrant East End.

Our shared student flats are equipped with comfortable small double beds, en-suite bathrooms, 250MB WI-FI and all-inclusive bills at a great price.

The Craft Building
Great location
All inclusive bills
Free broadband and Wi-Fi throughout
On-site laundry
Bike storage
Free contents insurance
On-site security and CCTV
En-suite bedrooms

12 Greatorex Street, London, E1 5NF

For the 2022/23 academic year, the accommodation is open to all students studying in London. This student accommodation is conveniently located near to Aldgate East underground station in zone 1, with easy links to all major London universities.


About Queen Mary University

Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) is a public research university based in Mile End, London. It also has campuses in Whitechapel, Charterhouse Square, Lincoln's Inn Fields and West Smithfield.

The university was founded in 1785 alongside the London Hospital Medical College. As such, many of its subjects are medical and the university is well known for medicine, dentistry, chemical science, global health, materials science and a range of other subjects.

As a research university, QMUL is also known for AMIS (Advanced Molecular Imaging Services), the Barts and The London Genome Centre, the CRoss-InstitutE Advanced Tissue Engineering (CREATE) Lab, CRUK Barts Centre Mass Spectrometry Facility and its Lipid Mediator Unit among other things.

Despite an emphasis on medicine and health, Queen Mary University is also known for drama, filmmaking, geography, genomics and technology.

Transport in London

As the capital of the UK, London has plenty of transport links. You can arrive in London by air from Heathrow, Gatwick, City Airport, Southend Airport, Luton Airport and Stansted Airport. As a major transport hub, you can fly to or from anywhere within easy reach of the city.


London has numerous train stations including Waterloo, Paddington, Euston, King’s Cross St Pancras, Liverpool Street and Clapham Junction. You can travel to and from anywhere in the UK and Europe by rail from these stations.

London also has the London Underground, serving inner London 24 hours a day.

Arrive by road from one of hundreds of roads including the M1, M11, A12, M2, M3, M4 and numerous other road links.

Buses are also plentiful. Local buses run by Transport for London and coaches from across the country.

Queen Mary University student life

Being a student in a capital city promises to be an exciting time. There is always something to see and do, a party to go to, an event to see or participate in, shopping to enjoy and food and drink to indulge in.

Queen Mary University is in Mile End which is east of the city close to Bethnal Green. It’s a suburban area with a lot going on both locally and in the city. With excellent transport links into the City of London and hundreds of places to eat, drink and be merry all around, your main problem will be fitting everything in!

City highlights are many but include Old Spitalfields Market, Tower of London, Tower Bridge, Museum of London Docklands, CanaryWall Climbing Centre, St. Paul's Cathedral, Royal Courts of Justice, Buckingham Palace, Tate Britain, London Eye and The British Museum.

We ensure all our accommodation in London for students is close to class as well as any local highlights!

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Queen Mary University FAQs

Here are some of the most common questions asked about Queen Mary University and studying in London:

The last count had 15,960 students enrolled at Queen Mary University. That’s a mixture of undergraduates, postgraduates and researchers. It’s not a huge university but it is spread over five campuses within a relatively small geographical area.

Queen Mary University is regarded as a good school to go to. It’s a Russell Group member which is a positive thing and has lots of global links, especially in Asia. The university attracts lots of guest lecturers and has The Princess Royal as chancellor.

London is a safe city considering it’s a capital and its size. The police force is effective and crime is relatively low considering how many people live here.

There is crime of course, but our student houses in London are carefully positioned in student areas to minimise risk. As long as you take the usual precautions you would take anywhere, London is a safe place to study.

Sanctuary Students provides excellent value in its short term lets in London. That said, the city is an expensive place to live with the highest property values in Europe. That does equate to a higher cost of living than other UK cities. It does compare well with other European capitals though.

We do our best to provide affordable accommodation for students without compromising on cleanliness, amenities and living space and pride ourselves on the quality of what we offer.

What’s more, we’re proud to offer More than just a room. By joining our student community, you’ll be surrounded by a friendly, welcoming team and well-maintained facilities, with a fun-filled events calendar to help you make friends and quickly feel at home in our student halls.

If there’s a world cuisine you want to try, you’ll find it somewhere in the city! London has more Michelin-starred restaurants than anywhere else in the world. It also has a thriving casual dining scene, vibrant artisanal food and drink scene and some of the best pubs, bars and clubs anywhere.

Shopping and entertainment are well catered for too with lots of local shops, shopping centres, markets and more within a short Tube or bus ride from your student accommodation.

Yes, it does! Queen Mary University has students from over 160 countries and counting and welcomes everyone, from anywhere. Each course lists international entry requirements as well as UK ones and the university does everything it can to welcome people from across the world.

Our student halls in London also welcomes international students so feel free to contact us if you’re looking to stay with us!