Halls of residence
Life in halls of residence is a communal and enriching experience. Accommodation Services are always happy to help students find the most suitable and convenient place to live, in a fully student-focused environment, within easy reach of your College.
Please note that Don Gratton House and Manna Ash House will no longer be on the UAL portfolio after the academic year 2018/19.
Apply for halls
To apply, you will need to register for an account and complete the online application. Please have your student ID number (detailed in your course offer) ready.
Halls of residence
A 20-minute walk from Camberwell College of Arts and a short bus ride to London College of Communication and Chelsea College of Arts.
Located in Hackney, east London. One minute from the London College of Fashion Mare Street campus and also close to the Golden Lane site.
The Costume Store opened in September 2012, on the site that once housed the BBC’s costume collection in west London.
Just a few minutes walk from the eclectic Brick Lane and the vibrant community of Whitechapel. Please note that this hall will not be on the UAL portfolio after the academic year 2018/19.
A modern hall with fantastic communal spaces and a short distance from the Victoria Line.
Furzedown is set across 3 buildings in the residential area of Tooting. featuring beautiful interior design and an on-site gym.
A brand-new UAL owned hall with modern facilities and a minutes’ walk to Camberwell College.
Highline Building is a brand new development and is a short walk from London's Southbank.
Located just south of the river Thames, close to Central London and convenient for students at all UAL Colleges.
Please note that this hall will not be on the UAL portfolio after the academic year 2018/19.
The freshly refurbished Georgian town houses of Portland House provides a historical setting in a convenient location.
Locations of UAL College buildings and halls of residence
Airport collection service
The University offers a free airport collection service for all international students from outside the EEA arriving in London for the first time. We will arrange for a taxi to collect you from your London arrival airport and take you to your accommodation.
Further information for applicants
The University is committed to promoting equal opportunities and access, and we will try our best to arrange suitable facilities and support for all students.
If you are an international or disabled student or are under the age of 18, we've provided more guidance for your application.
We also have further information about fire safety in our halls.
Rent, insurance and contracts
Check our detailed guidance on Rent, Insurance and Contracts – including more information on financial advice, payment methods, deposits and leaving your contracts.