Student Accommodation in London
MetFilm School London does not offer its own student accommodation, since it is based within Ealing Studios, a working film studio.
The city of London offers a wide variety of other accommodation options for students of all types. Depending on your budget and preferred level of independence, it is possible to find the ideal residence to suit your study, as well as to enjoy the rich variety of things that the city has to offer.
To get you started, we have provided some options and advice to make your stay as easy as possible.
Central Studios Ealing
Central Studios Ealing is a stylish, all-inclusive student accommodation just three minutes’ walk from MetFilm School London.
All studio rooms are complete with comfy small double beds, sparkling ensuites, generous work spaces, and stylish kitchenettes with a breakfast bar.
All bills are included, as well as unlimited high-speed broadband and free contents insurance.
- Find out more about Central Studios Ealing.
Britannia Student Services
Britannia Student Services provide the widest range of student accommodation in London, including halls of residence, homestays, flats, and house shares.
- Find out more about Britannia Student Services.
International Students House (ISH)
ISH is a vibrant student social centre in Zone 1, Central London, offering affordable accommodation for British and International Students in the form of single, twin, triple, and quad rooms.
To build a community, and to encourage integration among residents, ISH provides a programme of free extra-curricular activities, lively events, and discounted travel tips for residents and members.
- Find out more about International Students House.
Uncle is a residential rental company offering studios, as well as one, two, and three bedroom apartments. UNCLE Southall is a thirty-minute journey to MetFilm School London on the new Elizabeth Line.
Accommodation is complete with modern amenities including a co-working area, roof gym and yoga studio, as well as secure bike storage, and resident managers who live onsite.
- Find out more about UNCLE.
For students exploring a cheaper, and potentially more exciting option, it is equally worth considering renting privately. It can be a great opportunity to have a ‘real city living experience’, explore alternative areas, and meet entirely different people. Room rentals can also be much cheaper, with some landlords being open to short lets.
18+ Student Oyster Photocards can be bought for use within London on trains, underground, buses, and the London Dockland Light Railway. If you travel regularly on public transport, it will be cheaper to buy a travelcard rather than single tickets.
Transport for London (TfL) offers a student travelcard which gives a 30% discount to full-time students over the age of 18. This discount applies to accredited courses only (Undergraduate and Postgraduate). Travel costs are dependent upon the zone that you will be travelling from.