University of the Arts London (UAL)

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Student Accommodation

  • Accommodation options range from traditional halls of residence to self-contained studio flats. All accommodation is self-catering.
  • 11 halls of residence across London include: Portland House, set across four 18th-century Grade II listed buildings, and situated next to Camberwell College of Arts; and the Costume Store hall of residence, providing 730 en-suite student bedrooms as well as a gallery, retail space and a games area.
  • UAL guarantees a place in halls of residence for international students from outside the European Union (EU) in their first year of study in London.

Accommodation Costs

Self-Catered from £140 to £319 per week

The costs above are for the academic year 2019/20

Student Life

  • A global, cultural and creative centre, London is an integral part of the UAL identity and central to the experience of studying with the university.
  • This diverse and vibrant city is home to over eight million people from over 270 nationalities, speaking around 300 languages. UAL is based in a truly international city.

Nightlife and Culture

  • London’s art, literature, theatre and films are celebrated all around the world.
  • With 170 museums, 240 theatres and 250 festivals held every year, there’s always something inspiring to do.


  • UAL college buildings and halls of residence are well served by rail, bus and underground networks across London.
  • Students may be eligible for a Zip or 18+ Student Oyster photocard from Transport for London, giving discounted travel on trains, tubes, buses and trams.