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You'll apply for housing in student dorms through the host institution’s housing service. Plan to research the housing options online and select your preferred halls when you apply. The university accommodations are located throughout London—on both sides of the River Thames. Student housing at King’s College London is highly competitive and space is limited. Some students will need to independently find and arrange private accommodation. This can be challenging so applicants should consider this before submitting an application to this institution.


Each hall offers recreation rooms, kitchens, television rooms, and laundries. Some have access to sports facilities, gardens, and bicycle storage. Most are private bedrooms, sometimes with a en-suite bathroom, and all are clustered in flats with 6-10 students on each floor.


  • Private or shared bedroom
  • Private or shared bathroom
  • On or off campus
  • No meal plan

Live with

  • International students
  • Local English students


Dorm housing is located off-campus and outside the center of the city. Commute is usually 30-45 minutes by public transportation (bus, underground, overground, or British rail). Commuting with public transportation is part of the London experience.