When it comes to accommodation at Pearson College London there are three options; live in private halls, commute from home or live in a private shared flat or house. Find out more about our recommended student accommodation providers and how you can secure your accommodation.
Tufnell House (Student favourite)
Based in the London borough of Islington (Zone 2), Tufnell House is just a short tube ride away and residents can explore eclectic Camden Town, ZSL London Zoo, Regents Park and Primrose Hill.
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Grand Felda House
Based in Wembley Park (Zone 4), Grand Felda House offers a range of studios and flats as well as a free gym and swim membership to all residents.
Private housing service
University of London Housing Services (ULHS)
We have enlisted the services of the University of London Housing Services (ULHS) who run a private housing service for students in London. Both current students and those with an offer to study can access these services.
Living at home
Living in student accommodation can be expensive, and for those who have the option, living at home or with relatives or friends may offer a more affordable lifestyle. Around half of Pearson College London students choose to live in halls, and half decide to commute in from home.
16-25 year old's can buy a Rail Card which will allow you save a 1/3 on National Rail travel. Find out more.
Renting a room in a flat share
Some students opt to live in shared accommodation from year one. There are many websites that you can use to find a shared property in London. These include:
Please note: The Pearson College London Accommodation Team do not vet properties/landlords/flatmates etc.
We recommend reading the Government's guide to good practices when renting.
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