4 Things to Remember While securing Student Accommodation in London

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Located on the banks of the river Thames, London is the capital and largest city of England. It is a major centre of academic excellence and research, with the largest concentration of higher education institutes in Europe. These include the London School of Economics, Imperial College London, King’s College London, University of Westminster, Queen Mary University of London, and more. Thousands of international students flock to the city in hoards every year, making it challenging to secure quality student accommodation in London. Don’t worry these four parameters will help you secure a comfortable student accommodation in London without compromising on the facilities.

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4 Things to Remember While securing Student Accommodation in London Located on the banks of the river Thames London is the capital and largest city of England. It is a major centre of academic excellence and research with the largest concentration of higher education institutes in Europe. These include the London School of Economics Imperial College London King’s College London University of Westminster Queen Mary University of London and more. Thousands of international students flock to the city in hoards every year making it challenging to secure quality student accommodation in London. Don’t worry these four parameters will help you secure a comfortable student accommodation in London without compromising on the facilities. Where to Stay

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London is divided into 9 zones starting from Zone 1 which is the most central and beyond. Naturally Zone 1 is the most expensive while the cost of living gets more affordable as one moves away from the city centre. Bermondsey situated south of the River Thames Bethnal Green in East London Finsbury Park and more are some of the popular places to stay in London for students. Guide to Public Transport London is extremely well-connected by public transport and you can score additional discounts on your travel card Oyster card with your student ID making it easy to find your way around town without going over budget. Londons iconic double-decker buses are a quick convenient and cheap way to travel around the city with plenty of sightseeing opportunities along the way. "The Tube" or the London Underground rail network is a great way to travel to and from central London. If you love cycling London has got a great public bicycle scheme to travel around the city - and the first half hour is free

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Student Accommodation London There are a variety of accommodation options available for students in London depending on their budget and desired location. If you’re on a modest budget you may opt for a shared room or a private room in a shared apartment. If you’re willing to spend a little more you can rent an en-suite room or even a studio for greater privacy. These student accommodations provide on-site amenities such as gym laundry fully-equipped kitchen wardrobe Wi-Fi bike storage and more for a comfortable stay. Cost of Living If they are located in Zone 1 then rent for such student accommodations on average is £350/week and if located in Zone 3 then the rent reduces to £150/week. These student accommodations are built especially for students keeping in mind their budget and comfort. Expect to shell out £50 for a three-course meal about £4.50 for a pint and £13 for a trip to the cinema. Keeping these 4 facts in mind will help you find the best student accommodation in London that will guarantee a hassle-free stay

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