The LSE residential services office allocates over 4000 places across 17 locations in the centre of London. This gives you unique access to a broad variety of student rooms that suit different preferences, needs and budgets.
What's on offer? Great value rooms, with or without en suite, shared rooms and studios. Utility bills, internet access and content insurance are included. You'll save on travel costs, as most residences are within walking distance of LSE. Contracts are available on a 31, 40 or 50 week basis, with catered and self-catered options. To compare prices, room types and catering options across halls, visit: Fees
As a first year undergraduate or General Course student, LSE guarantees you an offer of accommodation, as long as you apply before the deadline. We give priority to students with disabilities. Find out more: Will I be offered a place?
A mixture of students is living in each hall. Home and overseas, men and women, and in some residences undergraduate and postgraduate students. View and compare our Halls at a glance.
Refurbishment and maintenance works are sometimes run during the academic term. To make you aware of any possible disruption before you arrive, we list any Refurbishment and planned maintenance works.
Prefer private sector accommodation? Visit our information section on private housing. We also offer short term temporary accommodation in our residences, so you have somewhere to stay while you're flat hunting. Visit: Temporary accommodation for LSE students
All LSE residential halls are located within a 3 mile radius of the school, with travel to campus taking an average of 20 minutes.
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Bankside House | Butler's Wharf Residence | Carr-Saunders Hall | Grosvenor House | High Holborn Residence | Lilian Knowles House | Northumberland House | Passfield Hall | Rosebery Hall | Sidney Webb House | UNITE Stratford One | urbanest King's Cross
For more details on intercollegiate halls, visit: Intercollegiate residences.
Apply for accommodation
1. Create your hallpad accommodation system account. You need your LSE Student ID number from your offer letter. For the Hallpad link and more information, visit: Before you apply for accommodation
2. Choose your preferred residences and submit your choices together with your application. Now you'll need to wait for a decision. For more information, visit: After you have applied
3. Accept (or decline) your offer in Hallpad within the deadline as stated in your offer and pay your deposit straight away. If you miss your deadline, you will be invited to join our waiting list. In this instance, we cannot guarantee that you will receive another offer of accommodation.Visit: Accepting or declining an offer
Accommodation application deadlines
30 June 2014: first year undergraduate degree and General Course students
31 July 2014: graduate students
If you have any questions or problems at any stage in the process, contact us via the contact box on the left.
If you are a current LSE student, visit: Current and upcoming vacancies in LSE halls of residence 2013-14