Halls of residence are large purpose-built student accommodation buildings usually divided into self-contained flats. The cost almost always includes utility bills so you don't have to worry about extra payments for gas, water, electricity and Wi-Fi – everything is included in the price. They will usually have on-site management and maintenance staff during the day and security staff during the night.
London Metropolitan University does not own or manage any halls of residence like other universities, and therefore works differently with regards to accommodation. We cannot guarantee students a room in halls. However, there are a number of privately owned halls of residence that offer a range of accommodation options from single rooms with shared kitchen and bathroom to en-suite and studio accommodation close to the Aldgate campus.
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