Accommodation whilst studying abroad at King's
Study Abroad students at King's College London are eligible to apply for housing through the Student Residences team. There is a wide range of housing on offer, covering different budgets and locations around our campuses.
For more information about each King's residence, please visit the Residences specific webpages, here.
Study Abroad students tell us that living in a King's student residence is a great way to meet other King's students and integrate into student life right away. Read more about the experiences of Study Abroad students living in King's residences here.
Students are not guaranteed a King's residence. Make sure that you complete your application by the deadline below to ensure that we can fully consider your application.
When to apply
Applications are now open. More details regarding how to apply for a King's residence can be found here.
If you have any queries concerning accommodation here at King's, please contact the King’s Residences Reservations team directly on +44(0) 207 848 5959 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
King’s student residence contract lengths for Semester 1 students run from September - January, for Semester 2 students from January - June and for Full Year students, from September - June. Students will be charged for the full contract, regardless of university holidays.
Study Abroad students who will be studying at King's for the full year are eligible to apply for a place at one of the University of London Intercollegiate Halls, which provides an opportunity to interact with students from all colleges of the University of London. More information about this option can be found here.
Questions and applications should be directed to the intercollegiate halls reservations team.
Private sector housing
Some Study Abroad students opt to live in private housing during their time in London. The Student Advice Service at King's is able to provide support, guidance and information to students on all aspects of private housing, including finding somewhere to live. They also operate on campus housing drop in sessions and a Facebook flat finder group.