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 the student accommodation providers that are popular with our students and how you can secure your accommodation.
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 holding an offer to study with us can freely access these services.
How can the ULHS assist Pearson College London students?
Helping you find accommodation The ULHS have registration schemes for private landlords, letting agents, private halls and other providers of private accommodation for students. These accommodation providers advertise their properties and rooms on the ULHS online property database.
Contract checking Before signing contracts for private accommodation, students can ask one of the Housing Advice Team for assistance. They will give you guidance on what to look out for and to do when you are renting privately and check the contract for unfair clauses, which may cause you problems in your accommodation.
The Housing Advice Team is dedicated to supporting students who experience problems in private accommodation and offers advice on a range of issues including deposit disputes, disrepair and problems with letting agents.
Check out the Housing Guide section on the ULHS website and if you have any questions about finding private accommodation in London, get in touch:
Living at home and commuting into our central London campus
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.