The Accommodation Team looks forward to welcoming all new and returning students in the 2021/22 Academic Year.
We have made some changes to the way you can access our services. From September 2021, you can contact us face to face, via email, telephone or online through virtual meetings.
If you would like to speak to a member of the Accommodation Team you can book an appointment using Microsoft Bookings from 10am to 4 pm Monday – Friday. Please indicate in the “notes section” if you would like to visit us in person or online.
We are your first point of contact to receive efficient advice and guidance on anything related to Accommodation here at City.
We can help with the application process, any queries regarding the rooms, halls, fees and contracts, support if you are looking for accommodation during the academic year, viewing halls and much more. Feel free to contact the Accommodation Team for any support you require, we are always happy to help.
You can contact us by phone or email. Please include your Student ID number when emailing as it helps us locate your record faster (that’s the 9-digit number, the first two digits usually being the year you started your course e.g. 21 for 2021).
Resident Life Co-ordinator (RLC) Opportunity
Are you staying at Arbour House, Romano Court or Cross Court House?
If you are then being a Resident Life Coordinator could be just the opportunity for you!
Resident Life Coordinator’s (RLC’s) live with the other students in all three of our UG Halls of Residences. The RLC’s role is to provide support, guidance for our residents, as well as help to run exciting social programme.
The role requires approximately 4 hours work per week and from 2021 academic year onwards, RLC’s will be provided with £1,000 rent discount in recognition of the vital service they provide within our halls.
The role is available for students currently living in Arbour House, Cross Court House and Romano Court (nominated by City) who are interested in gaining or developing key skills for future employment and wish to have positive impact on the Halls community.
In becoming an RLC you will have the chance to diversify your skills set in many areas including event planning, communication, and interpersonal skills.
Key duties of a Resident Life Coordinator
- Working closely with the hall staff and City’s Accommodation Team who has overall responsibility of the RLC’s.
- Developing knowledge of the support available in halls and the wider University and directing students accordingly.
- Planning and delivering community building events with the help of the Halls management team.
- Providing support to students dealing with incidents in the halls.
- Providing weekly report on hall activities.
Deadline for applications is 22nd October 2021
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Apply for halls
All applications for a place in Halls of Residence associated with City, University of London are made online. For more information on how to apply please visit:
First year undergraduate students meeting the following three conditions are guaranteed a place in City accommodation for the 2021/22 academic year:
- You must firmly accept via UCAS an unconditional or conditional offer on a full time course from City, University of London before 30th June 2021
- Completed applications for City accommodation must be received by the Student Centre by 30th June 2021
- You must be aged 18 years or above at the time your accommodation contract commences or be turning 18 by the 31st December 2021
Applications received after 30th June will be placed on a waiting list and reviewed from late August to early September, after all guaranteed students have been housed.
Please note that we cannot guarantee accommodation to late applicants, including students who apply through Clearing.
Continuing student accommodation
A Continuing Undergraduate is a student who has completed the first, second or is on a final year of their undergraduate degree. A Continuing Postgraduate is a student who has completed the first year of their postgraduate degree, such as a MA/MSc or PhD.
To give you the best choice of accommodation and other benefits, we have joined up with the University of London Housing Services.
This means you can choose from a huge range of private accommodation across the capital. It also provides a housing advice service with free expert support if you ever need it.
Housing events and house-hunting days give you a chance to meet potential flatmates and help you find the right home for your time with us.
Students can also contact ULHS Private Housing Advisors on +44 (0)20 7862 8880 or email them at email@example.com. The University of London offers the following housing advice services:
- Online private housing guides.
- Contract checking and legal housing advice.
- House-hunting events and an annual housing fair.
Current Hall Vacancy
Any vacancies that arise in City's Halls will be listed online after the start of the academic year as and when they arise. Please note that vacancies can change on a daily basis, especially during busy times of the year.
If you are not a City, University of London student you can still book, proof of study will need to be provided.
Please note: If a particular Hall or room type is not listed below, that is because there are no vacancies there at present. Rooms are only removed from this list once they have been officially accepted by a replacement student.
- No halls currently available.
Thinking about accommodation for next year? ULHS Housing Week will help you at every step of the way! Find your flatmates, know your rights and secure the accommodation that's right for you! Find out more and sign up to our mailing list.
Looking for accommodation from September? Do not miss the ULHS Virtual Housing Fair, taking place on 10th June 2021! Discover your options, speak to reputable providers and find your perfect university home! Register now.
Looking for flatmates for next year? Don't miss the ULHS's Virtual Flatmate Finder on 7th and 8th June! Find out more and sign up to our mailing list.