If you're coming to LSE with your children you can book family accommodation directly with Zebra Housing or University of London International Hall.
LSE don't own or manage any family accommodation directly. That's why we work in partnership with Zebra Housing and the University of London International Hall to provide accommodation for LSE students with families.
Family accommodation is in limited supply and availability depends on current residents moving out, which can happen any time during the year.
Who is eligibe for family accommodation?
You are eligible if you:
- have one or two children
- are studying a full-time degree or postgraduate qualification
- Zebra Housing only accepts overseas students
How much does family accommodation cost?
Zebra Housing prices from 1 July 2023, for guidance only
- studio flats from £1,041 to £1,583 per month
- one-bed flats from £1,551 to £1,808 per month
- two-bed flats from £1,769 to £1,965 per month
How to book family accommodation
Zebra Housing and the University of London manage their family accommodation themselves. Please contact them directly to book your accommodation:
University of London International Hall
Family accommodation FAQ
Q: Can we stay for the full duration of my course?
Yes. You can stay until you've completed your studies.
Q: What happens if I don't get offered accommodation in Zebra Housing or International Hall?
The LSE Private housing service will be able to support you in finding alternative accommodation. Visit: Private housing
Q: Does LSE offer childcare?
The LSE Nursery is currently closed, while we explore long-term childcare solutions that suit the changing needs of our community as the way we work and study evolves. In the meantime, we will continue to provide access to local, quality childcare through an interim partnership scheme with three nurseries near to LSE's campus. Visit: Nursery partnerships