The University of Westminster’s halls are situated within a short tube journey of the four campuses. There is a wide range of options available, to suit all budgets and preferences. The majority of rooms are single bed, en-suite and self-catered with a shared kitchen and living areas.
Prices start from around £175 per week and include all utility bills, building security and high speed WiFi throughout. Prospective students are able to view these housing options during upcoming open days, and virtual tours are available of Raffles House and Harrow Hall.
There are also a huge amount of private accommodation options in London. Rental costs vary considerably based on area and type of housing, and for a single room students can expect to pay upwards of £200 per week before utilities.
For housing related advice and support, UoW students can contact the university's dedicated student accommodation team for advice about moving house, finding lodgings, tenancy agreements and landlord issues.
In the past few years, UoW has invested over £60 million into its facilities, with new and exciting developments to all of its campuses.
Other excellent learning facilities across the campuses include world-class photography, film, TV, and audio recording studios, state-of-the-art scientific laboratories, fully equipped specialist libraries equipped with an extensive collection of books, journals and specialist digital resources and IT services and innovative private study and lecture spaces.
There are also a host of non-academic facilities including cafés, coffee shops, food and drinks vendors and prayer rooms for multiple faith denominations. Sports enthusiasts enjoy superb facilities at the Harrow sports hall and the Regent Street gym. The 45-acre Quintin Hogg Sports Ground in Chiswick includes football, rugby, cricket and hockey pitches, netball and tennis courts and a boathouse.
Whether studying, playing sports or enjoying the arts and culture of central London, the UoW facilities provide an exceptional environment to live, learn and study.
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