campuses for undergraduate students


minutes walk from our Southwark Campus to the Thames

£3 billion

external funds invested into the local Elephant & Castle area

Charlie on living in London

Nursing student Charlie shares his views on his flatmates, life in south London, the 澳门正规赌博十大网站 community and what you need to bring with you if you're thinking of living in halls.

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Starting at £135 per week, our cost effective residences are some of the cheapest in London and are surrounded by the best food, art, sport and nightlife in the capital. Check out our unique accommodation

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Our reach doesn't end with Southwark - undergraduate students can also apply to our Croydon and Havering campuses.



South London is home to 2.8 million people, and each of them has a story unique as yours. London welcomes everyone.

Why not make London your new home?


Ministry of Sound, Corsica Studios, Great Suffolk St Warehouse. What else is there to say? South London has some of the best nightclubs in the world, never mind just the capital.

Live your best life – 24/7.


Eat your way around the world without spending a penny on flights. Empanadas, Colombian coffee and Neapolitan pizzas – you’ll always have a new cuisine to try. We’ll see you at the Borough Market.

Get a taste for life in south London.


Be it soldiers’ rations from the Great War, visceral pieces by Tracey Emin or Twelfth Night at the Globe, you don’t to go far for your hit of culture. Artists, creatives and geniuses come to south London to express themselves.

Now’s your chance to be yourself.


We’re at the heart of the centre of the universe. Our accommodation is moments from where you’ll study and relax with your friends. But the whole of London is open to you. With tubes, buses and trains on your doorstep, you can really get to know every unique corner of this great city.

What’s next on your journey?


Walk to the tallest building in Europe in the time it takes the elevator to reach the top; walk over Tower Bridge in the sunshine; see the oldest prison in the country – and that’s just before lunch. Everything you could want to see is at your fingertips.

What can you see from your window?