The School of Advanced Study has been allocated quota places in the following intercollegiate Halls of Residence for full-time students who have been offered a place of study:

Accommodation options
Halls of Residence Room Type Cost per week (£) No. of rooms available
International Hall Single Shared Bathroom £220.50 2
College Hall Single En-suite £269.85 2
Connaught Hall Single Shared Bathroom £220.50 2
The Garden Hall En-suite Catered £280.35 2

Contact us

Registry and Advice Centre, University of London, Ground, Senate House, South Block, Malet Street, London, WC1E 7HU

T: (+44) (0)207 862 8846

How to Apply

Students must submit applications for Halls places via the School of Advanced Study Registry, using the Halls application form below.

The Registry will then nominate students for a place based on their preferences and the availability. Early application is advised as places are limited and a waiting list will be introduced once the places have been filled. Please note that students should not send applications directly to the Halls Accommodation Team during the quota stage.

Download application form [PDF]

Please contact the SAS Registry for further details of the application process for disabled, family-sized or couples accommodation, which fall outside the School’s quota. Part-time students with disabilities that prevent them from studying on a full-time basis are eligible to apply for Halls accommodation.

SAS Halls of Residence Application Procedures [PDF]

Alternative Accommodation Options [PDF]

Housing Advice

The University of London Housing Services offers practical help and advice to students and has access to competitively priced private accommodation. In particular, the UoL Housing Services Property Management Unit offers a range of managed self-catering accommodation for full-time postgraduate students. For further information, please visit the University of London Housing Services website at

Late-Summer Places

From mid-September each academic year students may apply directly to the Residences for unallocated places. The UoL Intercollegiate Halls Bureau operates a centralised ‘Waiting List’ day, which usually takes place on the second Friday in September.

Depending on the residence, full-time students, including those not in their first year of study in 2019/20, can apply for unallocated spaces at any hall (on that day only). Part-time students with disabilities that prevent them from studying on a full-time basis are also eligible to apply. Further detailed information about the Waiting List day will be made available on the University of London’s Halls of Residence website at the beginning of September.

Alternative Accommodation

Please see Alternative Accommodation Options information sheet [PDF] for further details.