Living in London is all part of a thriving student experience in one of the largest and most vibrant cities in the world. Medipathways does not directly provide accommodation for students. However there are many student accommodation services and providers that offer our students accommodation. These are designed for students at university, so it’s an excellent chance to meet students who are studying different courses at different universities. For more information on some of these options, we have compiled a list below of the locations where some of our current students are staying and also where past students have stayed which may also be a good option for prospective students.
- Ashwell House (females only)
- Chapter London
- International Students’ House
- IQ Student Accommodation
- Network Homes
- London Tourist Board
- Netherhall House (males only)
- Nido Student Living (under 18s accepted)
- The Stay Club (under 18s accepted)
- The Student Housing Company
- Urbanest (under 18s accepted)
- UNITE Students
Living in London can be very expensive, especially zone 1 which is where the college is based. The nearest underground station is Bond Street which is served by the Jubilee and Central line so it may be a good idea to consider accommodation that is outside of zone 1. With such a good transportation link you can live in other zones such as 2 or 3 and still be able to travel to the college with a direct train or a short change in under an hour, maybe even quicker depending on the area you consider.
We often also get asked about living costs in London – we would anticipate that, all-in, a budget of £1000 per month is reasonable as a rough estimate, however this can vary depending on rent, travel and general living expenses.
*Please note that we do not update or check the services of any of the third party accommodation providers that are listed on this page. Therefore, we are unable to take any responsibility for the availability or quality of the above providers.