New students of the Royal Veterinary College can apply for a place in one of the RVC Halls of Residence, which are situated at both campuses.
Camden Campus accommodation
Being in a vibrant city like London is an exciting experience, but only when you know that you have somewhere to live that is safe, and within reach of our Camden Campus. Fortunately, we have a large number of places available in our on-campus student halls, and in off-campus accommodation. Our affordable student halls vary in size and facilities, matching the way you prefer to live.
College Grove,on Camden Campus - Self-catering accommodation maisonette style properties.
Mary Brancker House (UNITE), Kentish Town - Refurbished in 2018 with the needs of students in mind, the Royal Veterinary College and UNITE have been offering Mary Brancker House to RVC students since September 2005. Tenancies are direct with UNITE, as the landlord, and not the RVC.
Mannequin House, Walthamstow – New to the Royal Veterinary College for September 2019/2020. The property is newly built, modern, self-catering accommodation in shared flats. Each bedroom offers en suite facilities.
Intercollegiate Halls of Residence
Garden Halls (UoL), Kings Cross – A high-quality, self-catered development with outstanding facilities designed to meet the needs of modern students. The complex provides a wealth of communal spaces for students to socialise, study and relax.
College Hall (UoL), Bloomsbury – A fully catered, predominantly undergraduate hall. It accommodates students of the various colleges and institutes of the University of London.
Lilian Penson Hall (UoL), Paddington – Catered and self-catered en-suite accommodation.
International Hall (UoL), Bloomsbury - Catered and self-catered rooms, studios and flats.
Hawkshead Campus accommodation
Our self-contained Hawkshead Campus boasts a restaurant, playing fields, a Sports and Wellbeing Centre that includes a gym, a student bar and just about everything you would want when studying. Our award-winning, on-campus student halls near Potters Bar and Brookmans Park, are within easy reach of transport links around Hertfordshire and into central London. Kings Cross is approximately 15-20 minute train journey from Potters Bar, and the campus is served by a free shuttle bus that runs throughout the week (timetable applies). Our student halls at the Hawkshead Campus are supported by 24/7 security and an on-site maintenance team.
Student Village – Single study bedrooms with en suite shower rooms. Each grouping has a kitchen/lounge area and all rooms are provided on a self-catering basis.
College Close – Independent houses located in a quiet cul-de-sac.
Odiham Hall – Single study bedrooms with shared bathroom and kitchen facilities. Rooms are available on a self-catering basis.