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Student Accommodation, Flats and Houses in London

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King's College London

King’s is a well-established university and member of the Russell Group, which is located right in the centre of the capital. It operates on four riverside campuses: Strand campus, Waterloo campus, Guy’s campus and Denmark Hill campus. Over the last 180 years the college has contributed significantly to the development of several modern-day advances such as the discovery of the structure of DNA and the development of radio, television, mobile phones and radar.

University College London

University College London (UCL) is England’s third oldest university located close to the West End, the British Library and the British Museum. UCL is recognised internationally as a leading institution and with respect to its academics, they were recently ranked second globally, just behind Oxford.

University of Greenwich

Greenwich University is considered to be one of London’s leading educational institutions and in 2015 it celebrated its 125th anniversary. With several campuses across south London and Kent, the college provides an inter-campus bus service that makes for easy transportation between the two. In addition, all campuses are currently under development as the college has invested more than £150 million in order to improve student facilities.

London South Bank University

Educating over 19,000 students, South Bank University is based in Southwark, near the South Bank of the River Thames. The institution focuses on providing specialist training in vocational-focused courses in areas such as Health & Social Care, Computing, Business, Design and Engineering, Arts & Society and Science and Technology.