London Met’s accommodation team is there to help students by providing guidance and advice on how to find the right place to live in London.
The university doesn’t own any halls of residence, but it can provide information about the external halls of residence available, as well as homestay options and advice on privately rented accommodation. The rent for student halls often includes utility bills, meaning your payments are much simpler to manage. There’s also a range of accommodation options available if you choose to live in student halls, from a single room with a shared bathroom to an en-suite room, and even studio accommodation.
Students can also access London Metropolitan University's page on the Student Pad website to help them find a private room, flat, or house. This website includes a message board so that students can look for other people to rent with.
The University’s facilities include: