University of Roehampton
- Undergraduate Students
- Postgraduate Students
- International Students
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- University accommodation is guaranteed to students who make Roehampton their firm choice and satisfy the eligibility criteria; there is some availability for continuing students.
- Accommodation is in a variety of well-equipped halls of residence, including new halls on the Roehampton Lane campus. Chadwick Hall won the RIBA National Prize for architecture in 2018, and was shortlisted for the RIBA Stirling Prize. Elsewhere, top end accommodation is available within London’s Zone 1 at Spring Mews.
- Many rooms are en-suite and all have Internet access. Costs include utility bills and contents insurance. Each hall has a resident warden and Hall rep, and security is on hand 24/7.
- The university also helps students to find privately rented accommodation off campus; there is a wide range of suitable accommodation in Roehampton and the surrounding area.
|Self-Catered||from £120 to £182 per week|
The costs above are for the academic year 2019/20
- Living in or near Roehampton, students can benefit from all that London has to offer, while avoiding the high costs of living in the centre of the city.
Nightlife and Culture
- There is a huge variety of bars, pubs and clubs in Putney, Hammersmith and Clapham – all easily accessible by public transport.
- Central London, with its vast array of cultural attractions, is also only a bus or train ride away.
- The university campus is well-connected, with public transport providing easy access to Hammersmith, Putney and Clapham.
- A shuttlebus runs from Putney to both campuses in the morning and evening, and from Barnes to both campuses throughout the day.
- From the nearest train station it's just a 20-minute journey to Waterloo and London's West End.