Halls of residence
LSE provides a range of accommodation options, with varying costs depending on location, room type and facilities.
Halls of residence fees include utility bills, internet access and contents insurance. In catered halls, one or two of your daily meals will be included, while in self-catered halls, you will need to buy your own groceries.
You may need to set aside a small amount each month for use of the laundry facilities, and any personal bills such as a mobile phone bill or TV licence.
You can pay for your halls of residence fees upfront or in three termly instalments.
More information about fees in halls of residence
You can also choose to live in private housing in London. In fact, most second and third year undergraduate students and a number of graduate students will live in private housing.
Private housing costs can also vary considerably depending on location and accommodation type, but start at approximately £500 per month. A benefit of the School’s central location is that the campus is easily accessible from all corners of London, so you can allow greater flexibility when searching for the right place.
More information about private housing and the costs