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Residential Services Office
and Residences Fees Team

3.02 Saw Swee Hock Student Centre
Houghton Street
London WC2A 2AE
Tel: +44 (0)20 7955 7531

Halls of residence queries: accommodation@lse.ac.uk|

Private housing queries: private.housing@lse.ac.uk|

Hall fee queries: residences.fees@lse.ac.uk|

Opening hours:
Monday to Friday
9:00 am - 5:30 pm
For fee payments queries,
please visit between 9:00 am and 4:00 pm

 

 

 

Before you apply for accommodation

 

Who can apply for accommodation in halls?

  • Registered students and offer holders at LSE, and their partner or child where applicable.

How do I make an application for accommodation?

  • We  the Hallpad only system to administrate your application.  To apply for accommodation, you need to create an account, using your LSE Student ID number and your personal details. 
  • Once you have registered, you can apply for accommodation and track the status of your application online.

Accommodation for the next academic year 2015-16

Applications for next academic year will open in early 2015. 

This page will be updated shortly with further information.

Accommodation for the current academic year
2013-14

From time to time, rooms may become available during the academic year.

For a list of current vacancies open to full time LSE students, visit:
Current and upcoming vacancies in LSE halls of residence 2014-2015|

Accommodation for summer 2015

Applications for accommodation during summer 2015 are not yet open. 
 

Useful links:

After you have applied| (information on how we offer places, allocate the rooms and more)
Hallpad| (platform to make, track and amend an application)
Residential halls |(information about LSE and intercollegiate residences)
Fees| (overview of accommodation fees in LSE halls)
Private housing| (information and advice on privately rented accommodation)
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