KCL Housing


Does anyone have any advice about housing at KCL. I'm coming from Canada, and I am definitely in need of accomodation. Which residences should be avoided? Which are the best? Price is sort of an object, but for something much better, I wouldn't mind paying a little more (my undergrad dorm experience taught me that a little extra money is usually worth it!)
Also, I was wondering if anyone knows if we can apply for housing before we have an unconditional offer. As I haven't graduated yet, my offer is still conditional. The housing website states that you need to have an unconditional offer before applying. As an international student, I'm worried that waiting until then may leave me with little or no choice in residences.
Thanks in advance for all the help!

Does anyone have any advice about housing at KCL. I'm coming from Canada, and I am definitely in need of accomodation. Which residences should be avoided? Which are the best? Price is sort of an object, but for something much better, I wouldn't mind paying a little more (my undergrad dorm experience taught me that a little extra money is usually worth it!)
Also, I was wondering if anyone knows if we can apply for housing before we have an unconditional offer. As I haven't graduated yet, my offer is still conditional. The housing website states that you need to have an unconditional offer before applying. As an international student, I'm worried that waiting until then may leave me with little or no choice in residences.
Thanks in advance for all the help!
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Does anyone have any advice about housing at KCL. I'm coming from Canada, and I am definitely in need of accomodation. Which residences should be avoided? Which are the best? Price is sort of an object, but for something much better, I wouldn't mind paying a little more (my undergrad dorm experience taught me that a little extra money is usually worth it!)
Also, I was wondering if anyone knows if we can apply for housing before we have an unconditional offer. As I haven't graduated yet, my offer is still conditional. The housing website states that you need to have an unconditional offer before applying. As an international student, I'm worried that waiting until then may leave me with little or no choice in residences.
Thanks in advance for all the help!


The Rectory is probably the best. It's central so you save on travel, but not absurdly expensive like Stamford St (and is in a much nicer area). I was at the undergrad halls next door to The Rectory and was very pleased with everything.

<blockquote>Does anyone have any advice about housing at KCL. I'm coming from Canada, and I am definitely in need of accomodation. Which residences should be avoided? Which are the best? Price is sort of an object, but for something much better, I wouldn't mind paying a little more (my undergrad dorm experience taught me that a little extra money is usually worth it!)
Also, I was wondering if anyone knows if we can apply for housing before we have an unconditional offer. As I haven't graduated yet, my offer is still conditional. The housing website states that you need to have an unconditional offer before applying. As an international student, I'm worried that waiting until then may leave me with little or no choice in residences.
Thanks in advance for all the help!</blockquote>

The Rectory is probably the best. It's central so you save on travel, but not absurdly expensive like Stamford St (and is in a much nicer area). I was at the undergrad halls next door to The Rectory and was very pleased with everything.
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