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Postgraduate students can stay in one of the 12 halls of residence sites across the city. Halls are an easy commute to university sites, either on foot or via nearby transport links. Facilities depend on the halls, but they all include Wi-Fi, on-site laundry, wheelchair access and a common room. Locations include:
Archwood House (standard rooms and studios ranging between £195.50 – £317 a week)
Brooke Hall (studios ranging between £229 – £250 a week)
Cordwainers Court (£173.50 – £177.50 a week)
Emily Bowes Court (ensuite rooms £206 a week)
Furzedown Student Village and Cedars Hall (£183 – £201.50 a week)
Gardens House (standard rooms, ensuite rooms and studios ranging between £206 – £315.50 a week)
Glassyard Building (£243.50 – £253 a week)
Highline Building (ensuite rooms and studios ranging between £236.50 – £303.50 a week)
Portland House (£153.50 – £360 a week)
Sketch House (ensuite rooms and studios ranging between £246 – £320 a week)
The Costume Store (ensuite rooms and studios ranging between £169 – £276.50 a week)
Wigram House (£295 – 453.50 a week)
For students interested in private housing, the university website offers some advice about accommodation in the private rental sector. This includes links to house-share websites across London.
All of the institution’s six colleges have specialist facilities tailored to its subject areas, including a range of workshops, studios, theatre spaces and more, giving students the best learning environment possible.
The colleges also have their own libraries, with study spaces and archives along with canteens for dining and shops for essential supplies.
All of UAL’s facilities are considered ‘industry standard’. This means they’re as good as what students will use in their future careers, ensuring that everyone has the resources they need to fulfil their potential.