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Student Accommodation

  • University accommodation is guaranteed to UK and international students who choose Roehampton as their firm choice and satisfy the eligibility criteria; there is some availability also for postgraduate and continuing students.
  • Accommodation is in a variety of well-equipped halls of residence, including new halls on the Roehampton Lane campus. Many rooms are en-suite and all have Internet access. Costs include utility bills and contents insurance. Top end accommodation is available within London’s Zone 1 at Spring Mews.
  • 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.

Accommodation Costs

University of Roehampton

Number of university/college beds 1,812
Typical annual cost of university/college accommodation £4,849–£5,525
Typical annual cost of private accommodation £4,940–£6,500

Living Here

  • 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.

Getting Around

  • The university campus is well connected with public transport providing easy access to Hammersmith, Putney and Clapham.
  • From the nearest train station it's just a 20 minute journey to Waterloo and London's West End.

Culture and Nightlife

  • 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 tube or train ride away.