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London Accommodations

London Housing

London Centre students are required to live in Fordham-arranged housing in London.

Student accommodations are located in residential areas of Central London within an easy commute to the London Centre. All accommodation is apartment-style with students sharing twin or triple bedrooms and then sharing living areas with additional flatmates, please note that some rooms have bunk beds. Flats include at least one bathroom, a living space with couches, television and dining table, and a generous-sized kitchen. All flats have wireless internet access as well as landline telephones. The kitchen includes a refrigerator, a washer-dryer, the usual appliances like a toaster, microwave, and kettle, as well as pots, pans, plates, bowls, cutlery, glasses and mugs.

Each week, a service cleans the common areas and vacuums the flat. Bed linen is provided and the sheets are switched once per week. Students launder their own towels and duvet cover. In British beds it is normal to only have a fitted sheet and a duvet, and this is the situation at our accommodation.

Shortly after being accepted to your chosen study abroad program, you will receive a housing packet and go through the housing selection process in the Study Abroad Portal. In the housing assignment process, students are ranked according to when we receive your $500 program deposit.  

Special medical housing requests can only be considered upon completion of the Fordham University Office of Residential Life Special Housing Request Process prior to completion of your housing questionnaire in the Study Abroad Portal. Please complete this form and send it to:

Jenifer Campbell for LC campus students-

Alex Fischer for RH campus students-

Review our sample housing booklet.

A Day in the Life

What to do?

There's a lot. Within a half-hour of the London Centre and where London students live: