The majority of King’s residences are in central London, and most are close to King’s teaching campuses. All are within the London Travel Zones 1 and 2.
Accommodation Services offers a wide range of accommodation:
Self-catered halls of residence
Apartments: self-catering for four to eleven students; each room with en-suite shower and WC
Studios: self-contained units with en-suite shower/WC and kitchenette
Intercollegiate Halls: all full-time King’s students can also apply for a place in one of the seven University of London Intercollegiate halls, which offer catered accommodation and a valuable opportunity to mix with students from other colleges.
New for 2013 entry: Ewen Henderson Court, Julian Markham House, Iris Brook House & Orchard Lisle.
All King’s residences are non-smoking and provide CCTV, security, swipe card access and laundry facilities. Some provide bed linen. A limited number of places may be available in single sex accommodation.
Accommodation for couples
The College has limited accommodation for couples, ranging from double rooms (some with en-suite facilities) in a residence or student house, to self-contained studios and 1-bedroom flats. Couple accommodation is also available at some of the Intercollegiate Halls. Only one of the couple needs to be a King's student. Please see 'My Accommodation ~ Entry 2013' (pdf, 1.82MB) for further details. A list of residences in which couple accommodation is available can be found in the drop-down menu below.
Couple Accommodation - 2013 Entry
The residences in which couple accommodation is available are listed below:
Accommodation for families with children
Regrettably, King's has no accommodation for families with children.
Students with children are advised to look into the family accommodation options in the drop-down menu below and/or consider private rented accommodation.
Family Accommodation Options
The residences/housing associations listed below offer some family accommodation. Please contact each provider directly to find out more.
Students are strongly advised not to bring dependants with them to London until they have found somewhere suitable for them to live.