As an Arcadia student at King’s College London, you will live in King’s university housing. You’ll settle in and learn to live as a true Londoner. King’s university buildings are peppered across a central London area, so regardless of which residence hall you are assigned, you should expect a 15-45 minute commute to classes (great for London!). It’s best to be flexible and open-minded regarding where you will live—some housing options are very popular.

When ranking your preferred King's housing options, please keep in mind that availability of specific residences can vary from semester to semester. A supplementary fee may be charged for any of the King's residences. Please refer to the program fees for more information, and let us know if you have any financial concerns.

  • Mostly single rooms within shared flats of up to ten rooms.
  • All housing is self-catered and does not offer a meal plan.
  • All residences offer shared kitchen facilities.
  • Laundry facilities are available.
  • 24-hour security available in all residences.
  • Linens are not provided; however, Arcadia will provide a link to purchase a bedding pack prior to arrival. It is optional but convenient for students and will be delivered to your room.
  • Read more about General Housing in England.

Champion Hill

Commute to Strand Campus: 35 minutes / London Travel Zone: 2 [What does this mean?

Champion Hill is a part heritage-listed residence situated in Camberwell, 10 minutes' walk from Denmark Hill Campus and Denmark Hill Overground station. Champion Hill is a social and collaborative community offering accommodation to first-year undergraduate, postgraduate and returning students. A sustainable and eco-friendly residence, Champion Hill provides students with access to green initiatives, ensuring they are doing their part to reduce our carbon footprint.

Great Dover Street

Commute to Strand Campus: 30 minutes / London Travel Zone: 1 [What does this mean?

Great Dover Street Apartments are located in central London, a short walk from some of London's most visited attractions, including Borough Market and The Shard. An energy-efficient building (there are hundreds of solar panels installed on the roof!), Great Dover Street provides a vibrant and friendly atmosphere. With a newly opened gym and a number of BeActive Halls classes, this residence is the perfect place to make new friends. Guy’s Campus and London Bridge Station are only a 10-minute walk away providing easy access routes to London and the U.K.

Stamford Street

Commute to Strand Campus: 25 minutes / London Travel Zone: 1 [What does this mean?]

Stamford Street Apartments a favorite of current and past residents. Its convenient location has it situated only 5 minutes’ walk from the Strand and Waterloo Campuses. Take in the views of the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben as you walk across Westminster Bridge, and visit the Tate Modern and Southbank or take time to explore Covent Garden, all of which are within a 15 minute walk. Residents of Stamford Street have access to a newly refurbished reception and study area as well as Waterloo gym, ensuring that they have all the necessary facilities to thrive in London.

Please note: Stamford Street will be undergoing significant refurbishment work in 2019/20. Residents should expect noise disruption as well as possible room moves.

Julian Markham House

Commute to Strand Campus: 20 minutes / London Travel Zone: 1 [What does this mean?]

Located in up and coming south London, Julian Markham House is situated in Elephant and Castle, a highly social and engaging environment. Explore London and beyond through this transport hub, with the Overground and Underground stations within walking distance. Julian Markham House is centrally located to all KCL campuses. It is a great residence to immerse yourself in the diverse landscape London has to offer.

Moonraker Point

Commute to Strand Campus: 20-30 minutes / London Travel Zone: 1 [What does this mean?]

A modern and stylish residence, Moonraker Point is located in the thriving borough of Southwark, allowing residents to make the most out of student life in London. Located in zone 1, this residence has a friendly and social community, reinforced through our residence life program and King’s Sports’ BeActive Halls program, where five-aside-football is big with our residents. Situated within walking distance of Borough Market and London Bridge station, Moonraker Point is in the perfect location no matter the KCL campus you study at.


Wolfson House

Commute to Strand Campus: 25 minutes / London Travel Zone: 1 [What does this mean?

Perfectly located on Guy’s Campus, Wolfson House is a social and creative environment for students to enjoy their life at King’s. Nestled in between London Bridge and Borough Market, this residence offers an ideal location to explore London and beyond. Wolfson House is immersed in a wonderful student atmosphere including a number of exciting bars and cafes. With regular markets held on campus, there is nothing not to enjoy about this residence.

If King's housing is unavailable, you'll be placed in Arcadia student housing with other students on Arcadia programs in London. Rooms may be singles, doubles, or triples, and will have shared bathrooms. Arcadia housing is self-catered and kitchen facilities will be available for you to use to prepare meals. Arcadia housing is located 20-45 minutes from the King's Stand and Waterloo campuses.