We know that choosing a place to live during your studies is an important decision. We're here to help you find safe, well-managed and affordable accommodation that is right for you.
We work closely with a number of experienced, reputable organisations that specialise in providing student accommodation, from high-quality halls of residence, shared housing and self-contained apartments and houses. Our recommended providers can provide housing for single students, couples and students with families.
Rental accommodation in London tends to range from £120-£220 a week, and sometimes you will need to pay utility and other bills in addition to this. The prices will vary depending on which of London’s transport zones you live in. Loughborough University London is located on the border of transport zones 2 and 3. You’ll generally pay more for accommodation in zone 1, and less if you are based in zone 6.
Requirements for International students
If you are an international fee paying student, the UK Visa and Immigration (UKVI) department require you to have at least £1,265 per month to study in London, which must not include funds towards your tuition fees. In order to apply for a Tier 4 visa, you will need to show that you have £1,265 for each month of your course, up to a maximum of nine months.
This means that if you will be studying at Loughborough University London for a course lasting nine months or more, the maximum amount that you will need is £11,385. The government also estimates that, in addition to your accommodation costs, you will need approximately £104 per week for living costs, but this will vary depending on how much you travel and socialise.