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Postgraduate students can stay in one of the 12 halls of residence sites across the city. Locations vary but are all within walking distance of at least one of the six colleges.
Each has easy transport links to commute to the other sites. Facilities vary depending on the halls, but they all include Wi-Fi, on-site laundry, wheelchair access and a common room.
Brooke Hall – standard studio rooms are £222.50 per week, large studios rooms are £243 per week
Chapter Lewisham – from £213 a week for a room in a 3-bed lower level apartment with a shared bathroom, to £363 a week for a Silver upper-level studio
Cordwainers Court – standard (shared bathroom) rooms are £164–£168 a week, depending on tenancy length
The Costume Store – standard en-suite rooms are £197 a week, £276.50 per week for a studio room, £298.50 a week for a premium studio room or £322.50 for a large premium studio room
Emily Bowes Court – £197.50 a week
Furzedown Student Village – standard rooms with a shared bathroom are £175.50 a week, and en-suite rooms are £192.50 a week
Gardens House – standard rooms are £195.50–£234.50 a week, depending on tenancy length and whether en-suite or shared bathroom, premium rooms with a shared bathroom are £200 a week, and studio rooms are £232.50–£299.50
Glassyard Building – £231.50 a week for standard rooms or premium mobility adaptable rooms, £241 for premium rooms
Highline Building – from £218 a week for a standard or premium mobility adaptable room to £281 a week for a mobility adaptable studio
Portland House – from £145.50 a week for a shared standard premium twin to £341.50 a week for a large premium studio
Sketch House – from £232.50 a week for a standard room with low lighting to £305.00 a week for a premium studio
Wigram House – from £279 per week for a premium room with shared bathroom to £430 per week for premium studios.
Students can check UAL’s accommodation pages for up-to-date pricing.
For those looking for a house share, the university website has a lot of useful information about private housing. This includes links to house share websites across London.
Each college has facilities designated for specific subject areas. This includes 3D workshops, photography suites, theatre studios, fashion workrooms and print studios.
There is a library at each of the colleges (with study rooms and archives), as well as canteens and supply shops to buy art equipment. An art gallery, loan store and theatre, complete with a bar are also available to use over at Central Saint Martins.