At TEDI-London, we don’t have our own accommodation. But the campus’s excellent travel links mean you can either live locally or look further afield.
We want to make sure you are well supported and feel safe and secure as we understand where you live is an important part of your student experience. We have strong relationships with well-respected providers of student accommodation. So, we’ll be able to help, whether you are looking for a room in halls, private student housing, a flat or house share.
Below are some recommended accommodation providers to choose from:
CRM Students: Great Court
Great Court is located 17 minutes away in Zone 2 with affordable rates and close access to Bermondsey tube station. There are a number of great communal spaces on site including a lounge, movie and gaming theatres, gym, and study areas. Room choices range from private studios to rooms that have a communal kitchen and dining areas. Rates start from £275 per week.
A stone’s throw from campus, Scape Canada Water offers brand new, spacious en-suite rooms and facilities, including a cinema, courtyard, minigolf course and 24/7 gym. Ensuite rooms start from £299 per week. Rent includes all bills and wifi and students don’t need a guarantor to book.
Unite Students: Moonraker Point
Moonraker Point is located 20 minutes away from campus in zone 1 and walking distance to Southwark and Borough underground stations. Nearby there is also the South Bank and Borough Market. This property has a spacious common room, complete with pool and ping pong tables. Room rates start from £320 and those on the upper floors have great views of London. This property also accepts students who are 17 years old, so if you are an international student under 18 this a great option for you.
Unite Students: Stratford One
Stratford One is a huge property with 1001 rooms located 35 minutes away from campus. Stratford station is within walking distance as well as Westfield shopping centre. The communal areas include plenty of study spaces, a spacious common room, games room, multiple roof terraces and a penthouse-style sky lounge that residents can reserve. Room rates start at £275, and we advise interested students book as early as possible as rooms here go quick. This property also accepts students who are 17 years old, so if you are an international student under 18 this a great option for you.
Fresh: Spring Mews
Located 40 minutes away in Zone 1 with close access to Vauxhall Station you’ll find Spring Mews. This large property has generous amenities which include a gym, swimming pool, cinema room, lounge and study areas. Room rates start from £299 and we advise interested students book as early as possible as rooms here go quick. This property also accepts students who are 17 years old, so if you are an international student under 18 this a great option for you.
Sanctuary Students: Manna Ash House
Manna Ash House is a newly refurbished property located 21 minutes from campus in zone 1 and sits between Southwark and Borough underground stations. Communal areas include a garden and common room and rooms on upper floors have great views of the city. Rooms can be reserved with just a £1 advanced rent payment, we advise interested students book as early as possible as rooms here go quick. This property also accepts students who are 17 years old, so if you are an international student under 18 this a great option for you.
LHA London: Friendship House
Friendship House in Southwark is an architectural-award-winning building that houses fantastic en-suite, self-catered accommodation in London. As well as a water garden, where you can relax after a long week, there’s a gym, TV room, bicycle racks and a quiet study area. Single ensuite rooms are from £255 per week. You can apply for a room any time of year, so a great option for students looking for flexibility in their bookings.
Located in zone 1 and just walking distance from Tate Modern, the Globe Theatre and Southwark Cathedral, this property is great for culture vultures or guests new to the UK.
LHA London: Davies Court
Davies Court has en-suite single or twin rooms and access to a garden, bike storage, gym, study and common room. Single room rates start from £205 per week. You can apply for a room any time of year, so a great option for students looking for flexibility in their bookings.
With just a 10 minute walk to Canary Wharf you’re never too far from great transport links or opportunities to shop and dine, plus Canary Wharf is just one stop on the jubilee line to our Canada Water campus.
Helen Graham House
Located in zone 1, and 40 minutes from campus, Helen Graham House is the ideal location for students looking for affordable accommodation in the heart of the city. Located in Holborn, the area has great transport links and residents can enjoy short walks to popular areas and attractions such as the British Museum and Covent Garden. The site has a variety of rooms to choose from, alongside a study room, communal area for socialising and a garden. Single rooms start from £271.
Affordable Accommodation for Students Association Limited (AA4S)
AA4S is not-for-profit charitable organisation providing affordable accommodation to students in East London. They have 378 affordable bedrooms for undergraduates and have a strong tradition of pastoral care. They have 2 sites, in Bethnal Green and Hackney, and room choices vary from single occupancy rooms in student halls, to shared flats.
Londonist DMC is a student accommodation agency providing students with short and long-term accommodation. They have over 20 locations across London, with a portfolio that includes student residences in King’s Cross, Spitalfields, Lewisham, Greenwich, Stratford and more. They have stylish en-suites, studios and apartment rooms. Residents can use all the on-site facilities such as gym, cinema, social and study spaces, and rely on a 24/7 security team.
Private rental providers
If you don’t want to live in residential accommodation (halls) there are other options available through the private rental market. Whether you are looking to rent a room in your desired location, or a whole property to share with friends or course mates, the following sites might be useful in finding the right space for you:
You can filter options to suit your ideal location, budget, type of housemates and even properties with bills included in your rental price.
Some tips when searching for a private room to rent:
• Filter to “most recently added” to avoid any older ads coming up – even something added 7 days ago could already be gone.
• Try to view the property ASAP – sites are good at hosting virtual or video viewings if required – the sooner you can view, the better chances you have of securing your ideal space.
• Double check transport links and distance from campus.
HOW TO APPLY FOR ACCOMODATION
The application process will be handled directly with the accommodation provider selected. If you’d like to discuss your accommodation needs and options further, the TEDI-London Student Hub team are here to help: firstname.lastname@example.org
FINANCIAL THINGS TO KEEP IN MIND
Whether you get furnished or unfurnished, shared or private will depend entirely on your needs. You also need to consider the cost of bills, including gas, electricity and the internet when looking at accommodation.
Some accommodation will include all bills in the cost of the rent, others will require you to set them up and pay for them yourself. Depending on which accommodation you choose, you might be able to share your bills with your flatmates.
As a full time student, you will not be required to pay council tax. You will be able to apply for this once you are fully enrolled as a TEDI-London student. For this you’ll need a letter of proof that you are a student which we will be happy to provide upon request, after you have enrolled. For more information visit the gov.uk website.