This student home in London is 14 minutes tube ride to London Metropolitan University. It is also 18 minutes to London College of Fashion on Oxford Street and 26 minutes to University College London. Blackhorse Road train station is nearby. Mannequin House in London is located in Zone 3, Waltham Forest Borough, which is a vibrant neighbourhood with various shops and restaurants.
Paragon House London student rooms are conveniently located within the University of West London Brentford Campus. The University of West London - Ealing Campus can be reached via an easy 20-minute tube ride. Imperial College London is a 45-minute tube ride away. Brentford is the nearest tube, just a 5-minute walk away from the accommodation. Paragon Student Lets is situated within Zone 4, Hounslow borough in London. The Boston Manor tube station is only a 19-minute walk away with regular lines travelling towards central London as well as Heathrow Airport. The train station is a 5-minute walk as well from the property.
Native City is in Zone 1, City of London borough in London. It is a modern accommodation that is close to many universities. Native City student housing in London is just an 8-minute walk to London Metropolitan University. Coventry University London is 13 minutes walk away. Newcastle University London and Northumbria University London are less than 13 minutes walk away as well.
Living in this student housing you will be just a 25-minute underground ride to University College London. You will live in Zone 2, Camden borough in London, 27 minutes to University of the Arts London and 19 minutes to the Royal Academy of Music. A 10-minute walk will take you to Finchley Road station. A quick tube ride will take you to Brondesbury where you can visit Klin Theatre and dine in one of the many restaurants nearby.
Native Fulham London student rooms are a 28-minute tube ride to Heythrop College, University of London. The University of Notre Dame is 33 minutes tube ride away. Putney Bridge is the nearest station and it is just 7 minutes away from the building. It is just 16 minutes walk from Putney tube station. Native Fulham is in Zone 2, Hammersmith and Fulham borough in London.
Native Mayfair student housing in London is a 22-minute walk to Regent's University London. University College London is 33 minutes walk and the University of Notre Dame is 28 minutes walk away. Native Mayfair is in Zone 1, Westminster borough in London. It is a 15-minute walk to Green Park and Hyde Park Corner tubes. The neighbourhood surrounding the property is highly popular for being an entertainment hub for many.
Native Monument London student housing is a 13 minutes walk to London Metropolitan University. Newcastle University London and Northumbria University London are less than 16 minutes walk away. It is very close to Monument tube station. Native Monument is in Zone 1, City of London borough in London. It is close to Bank tube station. You will find all your possible needs while living here.
Native Shoreditch London student home is just a 30-minute tube ride to University College London. It is close to Shoreditch High Street and it offers a self-check-in. Native Shoreditch is in Zone 1, Tower Hamlets borough in London. It is 5 minutes walk from Liverpool Street train station and the Old Street tube station. It is situated in one of the most vibrant neighbourhoods in London.
Native St Pauls London student halls are an 18-minute tube ride to University College London. City Thameslink is a nearby tube station. Native St Pauls is in Zone 1, City of London borough in London. It is a 5-minute walk from St Paul’s underground and Blackfriars train station. A 22-minute tube ride will take you to the University Of Westminster - Cavendish Campus surrounded by various shops and restaurants.
Stratford One London student housing is a unique student accommodation surrounded by green scenery. It is a 25-minute walk to the University of East London. It is also very close to Stratford International tube station. Stratford One is located in Zone 3, Newham Borough. It is your ideal choice when it comes to living near a busy neighbourhood but still far enough to appreciate the quietness.
Emily Bowes Court student housing in London is just a 24-minute tube ride to the University of Westminster, a 33-minute tube ride to the University of the Arts London, and a 27-minute tube ride to the University of London. The main Tottenham Hale underground as well as overground stations are conveniently located a 2-minute stroll away, for easy access to various universities and central London.
It is located in Zone 2, Tower Hamlets Borough, just a 20-minute walk from Queen Mary University and London Metropolitan University. Also, it is 15 minutes away from King's College London and London School of Economics with various transport links nearby. Bethnal Green tube station is a short walking distance away and there is a Sainsbury market nearby for last-minute supplies.
Studying in London is a great step for international students. London is among the best student cities in the UK and globally as well. As the largest city in England and the UK, the capital is popular for being culturally diverse.
The enviable history of London is about 2000 years old. The Romans founded London in the year AD 43 and referred to it as Londinium. London city is well-known as the biggest financial hub on a global scale. It generates more business, money, and wealth than any other city in Europe, making it a great place for employment and definitely part-time student jobs. It boasts culture, education, entertainment, business, fashion, lifestyle, sports, healthcare, and, of course, safety.
The city has a unique beauty every season. It’s important for students to have heavy jackets and rain clothes since cloudy weather and light rain are dominant throughout the year. Accuweather London is a great student reference for daily weather in London.
It attracts more tourists every year than any other city in the world, which is evidence of London's attractiveness on a global scale. More than 20 million tourists visit London every year (over 50,000 per day) which also makes London’s airport network the busiest in the world.
Many people come to visit London attractions and cultural sites, including the greatest collection of galleries and museums on the planet, and the historical sites like the Tower of London, Buckingham Palace, St Paul’s Cathedral, and hundreds more. Students will find many amazing places to visit in London for free.
The massive underground network is perfect to get around London, referred to as the Tube. Students will enjoy having a Student Oyster Travel Card. It is a sort of contactless card used for the underground and buses, with discounted rates for students. Walking and cycling are great ways to explore the city as well.