It is located in Zone 1, Westminster borough in London. The nearest tube station is Pimlico, which is located a short stroll away from the property for easy access to everything London has to offer. The University of London and the University of Westminster - Regent Street Campus are both a 14-minute tube ride away from the residence.
It is in Zone 1, Southwark borough in London, a 22-minute tube ride to University College London and the University of London. The building is only a 3-minute stroll to Southwark station (Jubilee Line) and about a 10-minute walk to Borough and Waterloo underground stations. A ride to central London takes just 10 minutes. The Grade 2 listed building has been renovated beautifully to the highest of standards.
It is in Zone 1, Westminster borough in London, a 33-minute walk to University College London and the University of London. Marble Arch and Edgware Road underground stations are the closest ones to the building. The stunning Hyde Park is just a short stroll away.
It is ideally located in Zone 1, Tower Hamlets borough, only a 20-minute tube ride to the University of London and University College London. Liverpool Street underground station is just a 7-minute walk away. The property is very close to various restaurants, such as Duck & Waffle, Breakfast Club Spitalfields, and StickyWings. It is renowned for being one of the tallest student residences in the world.
It is in Zone 1, Camden borough in London, a 9-minute walk to the University of London and a 17-minute walk to University College London. The unique accommodation provides easy access to many transport links and central London. The area is filled with great restaurants, cafes, and shops to explore and enjoy with friends any time you want.
It is centrally located in Zone 1, Westminster borough in London, just an 11-minute stroll to reach the University of Westminster - Cavendish Campus and 15 minutes to reach University of the Arts London. Tottenham Court Road tube station is only a 3-minute stroll away from the building for your convenience. The building is right around the corner of the famous Oxford Street.
This comfy student home is located in Zone 1, Islington borough in London, just a 15-minute walk to University College London and a 20-minute walk to the University of the Arts London. Pancras Station is only a 10-minute walk away from the property for easy access to various universities and central London. This building is close to many unique local shops and restaurants as well for you to explore.
This modern accommodation is in Zone 1, Camden borough in London, just a 3-minute stroll to both the University of London and University College London. You will be just a couple of minutes away from Goodge Street tube station and The Curzon and Odeon cinemas will be just 5 minutes walk away. Just around the corner, you will find the British Museum waiting for you to explore.
It is in Zone 2, Kensington & Chelsea borough in London, 24 minutes bus ride to the University of Westminster - Marylebone Campus. The famous Notting Hill and Portobello Road are a short walk away for you to explore anytime you want. There are various transportation links available within easy walking distance from the building, including Kensal Green station which is just a few minutes away.
It is located in Zone 1, Hackney borough in London, just a 17-minute walk from City University, an 18-minute bus ride to London College of Fashion and a 15-minutes bus ride to London Metropolitan University. Old Street station is a short distance away with various other transport links nearby. Also, the property is close to various restaurants and shops.
It is located in Zone 1, Islington borough in London, just a 7-minute walk to City, University of London and a 24-minute tube ride to Newcastle University London. Barbican tube station is a short distance away from the accommodation, and Old Street is just a couple of steps away with various cafes and restaurants nearby.
It is located in Zone 4, Brent borough in London, just a 13-minute tube ride to Middlesex University, a 30-minute tube ride to Westminster University - Cavendish Campus, and 40 minutes to INTO City, University of London via the same. The beautiful Wembley Park is a short stroll away, where you can go for a quick walk or jog before heading to class.
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.