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 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. 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.
Below are some recommended accommodation providers to choose from:
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. The residents can use all the amazing facilities such as gym, cinema, social and study spaces, and rely on a 24/7 security team.
If you’re looking for accommodation that is walking distance from campus then Landale House is in Surrey Quays and offers budget accommodation with a mixture of ensuite and shared facilities.
University of London Housing Services
University of London Housing Services have a comprehensive guide to renting in the private sector with a student housing listing including links to approved landlords, letting agents and private halls of residences.
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: email@example.com
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.