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Student Accommodation

  • The Royal College of Music’s new hall of residence, Prince Consort Village, provides high-quality accommodation for more than 400 students, with acoustically treated bedrooms, 23 dedicated practice rooms available 24/7, a film room, open mic space, high speed Wi-Fi, laundry, reception, gym, bicycle storage and indoor and outdoor communal spaces.
  • The accommodation is staffed 24 hours a day, and the in-house team and residence manager are dedicated to the pastoral care and wellbeing of residents.
  • Prince Consort Village is within easy travelling distance of the RCM; just 40 minutes door-to-door via the London Underground from Ravenscourt Park to South Kensington.

Accommodation Costs

Prince Consort Road

Number of university/college beds 270
Typical annual cost of university/college accommodation £6,622–£9,950
Typical annual cost of private accommodation £5,000–£8,600

Living Here

  • Studying at the Royal College of Music, in one of the world’s leading cultural capitals, opens up an amazing array of opportunities. RCM's students perform in venues across the city, including churches, museums, galleries and concert halls.
  • In addition to the major London orchestras, which present exciting programmes every year, the finest international musicians, conductors and ensembles visit regularly to perform in beautiful concert halls across the city.
  • Students are entitled to discounted tickets and travel, allowing them to make the most of their time in the capital to enjoy all London has to offer.

Getting Around

  • Located just 10 minutes’ walk from South Kensington tube station.
  • Several bus routes pass close to the RCM.

Culture and Nightlife

  • London offers world-class theatre, dance and art, unmissable historical attractions and world-famous museums and art galleries, many of which are free to visit.
  • The RCM is situated within the heart of the Exhibition Road Cultural Quarter, London’s premier hub of cultural activity. Within just 5 minutes’ walk are Imperial College London, the Royal Albert Hall, Hyde Park, and 3 of the UK’s biggest museums: the Science Museum, the Natural History Museum and the Victoria and Albert Museum, along with many great places to eat and socialise with friends.