accommodation

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Accommodation

Attracting an international student body means relocation is a top priority. We’ll help make your move to London easier with a wide range of support.

Your choice: whether you opt for private rented accommodation or postgraduate accommodation in convenient London locations through GradPad, we’re with you every step of the way.

Private housing

Select from a wide range of accommodation in the private sector: shared houses, flats, or studio flats. Rental costs vary considerably depending on the size and location of the property. Advice and support are available through our Student Hub.

Popular websites to find accommodation include SpareRoom and Roomgo.

GradPad

Accommodation tailored to postgraduate students, your options include self-contained studio flats and private en-suite bedrooms in cluster flats with shared kitchens.

Benefits include: communal areas shared with postgraduate students from other universities in London, an on-site gym, common room, games area and designated quiet study spaces.

Once you have accepted your place at Imperial College Business School, you can book accommodation via GradPad in the following locations:

Where to live

London boasts a number of neighbourhoods, each with a different culture, feel and personality. Popular areas close to South Kensington include Knightsbridge, Earl’s Court, Shepherd’s Bush, White City, Fulham, Putney, Clapham Junction and Battersea.

Imperial’s location guide offers useful advice on different areas of London including video summaries, transport links and average rent per week.

I live in Wood Lane Studios, the graduate student accommodation advertised by Imperial. I chose to live here out of convenience, as I was moving to London for the first time and didn’t want to go through the hassle of trying to find accommodation. I am very happy I chose to live here – all the bills are included; the facilities are great and there is a free shuttle bus that takes you to campus every hour during weekdays.
MSc International Health Management 2019
Maggie Belcher