Your guide to London campus accommodation
Please note: room selections are only guaranteed upon payment of first semester fees should you be accepted to your chosen program.
On-campus accommodation for Glion London students is provided within the Chadwick Building. Rooms are organized as a ‘house’ that accommodates between 8–12 students. All rooms are on the upper floors with three to four rooms per floor, while the kitchen and common areas are situated on the ground floor. The bedrooms are all single occupancy and the average room size is 10-12 square meters.
Room types & fees per semester in GBP
Single room on campus
*The room cost shown is approximate, based on 2022 prices, and subject to change. The actual cost will be confirmed upon application, and will be invoiced by and paid to the University of Roehampton (UoR).
Restaurants on London campus
The Froebel Diner is a nice place to grab a bite as it serves hot food, snacks, salads, and much more.
The Union Bar
The Union Bar is the main social hub with fully stocked bar & regular events.
The Digby Den is a social outlet that sells some food to cook, sandwiches & hot snacks, as well as essentials.
The Hive Café serves fresh produce grown on campus, outdoor seating & regular events.
Sports activities on London campus
Sports, clubs & fitness center
On campus, there are many activities available for Glion students like badminton, yoga, athletics, cheerleading, martial arts and netball. Glion students are able to join the University of Roehampton training sessions, but are not able to compete in official games. A fitness center is also available for £25/month.
The library has hundreds of thousands of books, over 1200 seats, bookable private study rooms, an entire floor for silent study and dedicated spaces for students
“After three semesters living in the student accommodation of the Glion London campus, it is safe to say that I felt I’d found a relaxed and reliable place to stay during my studies. Although I had my own en-suite room with my own study area, sharing a spacious kitchen with other students helped me bond and create memories with my peers in a home away from home. Its proximity to the main building meant that I was able to attend various on-campus events which enabled us, as students, to maximize our university experience and be part of the tight-knit Glion community in London. During my stay, I also got to enjoy all the Roehampton facilities, such as the library, gym, coffee shops, cafeteria, and laundry rooms, which made it really convenient for me.”