University College London Student Accommodation

Looking for safe, clean University College London student accommodation? Want to live in the centre of London so you can explore the city while you study? Sanctuary Students can help!

Sanctuary Students provides en-suite private student halls in convenient areas within easy reach of University College London, shopping, dining, entertainment, public transport, and everything you’re likely to want to see and do while studying in the city.

Our student accommodation is spread throughout the city and will be close to buses, London Underground and transport links.

All University College London student accommodation includes fully inclusive rents, private en-suite rooms, social areas and secure entry. No wonder they’re so sought after!

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

Open to all students from all universities for 2021/2. 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 the University College London

University College London (UCL) is the second largest university in the UK with over 41,000 students and almost 12,000 staff.

It was founded in 1826 as London University as the country’s first secular university. It absorbed the Institute of Ophthalmology, the Institute of Neurology and other institutes over time to become the size it is today.

The university is based in Bloomsbury, London, and has campuses in Stratford and Doha, Qatar. It also has teaching hospitals across London and facilities and partnerships across the world.

UCL is highly regarded as a university and is one of the top ranked in London and the country. It is known for art, humanities, science, engineering, law, mathematics, physics, education, medicine, dentistry and a wide range of other subjects.

Transport in London

London is a transport hub with plentiful air, rail, bus and road links both throughout the city and nationwide.


 

London has access to six international airports including Heathrow, Gatwick, City Airport, Southend Airport, Luton Airport and Stansted Airport. Each is easily accessible via road or rail.

The city also has some very well-known railway stations serving the length and breadth of the country. Stations include Waterloo, King’s Cross St Pancras, St Pancras International (Eurostar), Paddington, Euston and Liverpool Street.

The London Underground, or tube, provides subway lines across the inner and outer areas of the city. It has several separate lines and hundreds of stations across the capital, many of which run 24/7.

The London road network is excellent although traffic can be a challenge. Main routes into and out of the city include the M1, M11, M2, M3, M4 and the M25.

Student life at the University College London

University College London is based in Bloomsbury, which is a central position surrounded by famous locations and things to see and do.

It’s just minutes from Euston Station, Euston Square tube, Regent's Park, University College Hospital, Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children, BT Tower, Tottenham Court Road, The British Museum, The British Library, Russell Square, Carnaby Street, Soho, Covent Garden, Charles Dickens Museum and The Foundling Museum.

Our private student halls are located a short walk or tube ride away from University College London and many of the city’s most notable landmarks.

They’re also surrounded by some of the best shopping and dining of anywhere in the world as well as pubs, clubs, bars, galleries, museums and entertainment venues.

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University College London FAQs

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

Yes, our student accommodation is close to the University College London. We have buildings across the city and all are a short walk, bus ride, tube ride or Uber from leading schools, colleges and universities in the city.

Sanctuary Students provides fully en-suite student housing for students of University College London and other colleges and universities in the city. We aren’t affiliated with the university, so any student studying anywhere in London is welcome.

Our accommodation includes large rooms, doubles and large doubles. All are en-suite and offer private spaces as well as social spaces.

Costs vary depending on the room and the building you choose. All prices are regularly checked to ensure they are competitive and offer the value for money you deserve.

What’s more, all our London private halls are fully inclusive. The price you see is the price you pay. Rents include heating, water, electricity, contents insurance, Wi-Fi, cleaning of the social areas, maintenance and security.

Not many student accommodation offerings can beat that!

Yes, it is! All our University College London student housing is fully furnished and equipped with everything you’re likely to need. That includes bed, kettle, ironing board and most items you’ll need during your stay.

All you need to bring is your own bedding, kitchenware and anything that will make your time with us more comfortable.

Yes, you can! If you tell us who you want to live with when you reserve your student accommodation, we’ll do everything we can to ensure you all live together. All accommodation is first-come, first-served, so the quicker you move, the more likely you’ll be able to live together.

We manage everything through your Sanctuary Students account. You can pay using bank transfer, credit card, debit card and a number of electronic payment systems.

It’s all done through your online account so it should be very easy to manage.

We recommend booking your student accommodation as soon as you accept your place at University College London. The competitive pricing, quality and amazing locations of our buildings means places go fast.

It only costs £1 to reserve a place, so what have you got to lose?