At Christopher Court, you’ll swiftly adapt to college life, enjoying the convenience of a shared kitchen with five other students on a self-catered basis. As a first-year student, you’ll be allocated a room on a first-come, first-served basis. The room cost covers a range of benefits, including 24/7 friendly staff and security, energy and water bills, and fast and reliable broadband. Plus, you’ll have a Costa right next door and a launderette on site for your convenience.

Rooms cost £245 per week, and all rooms have a four-foot (small double) bed. The standard contract is 40 weeks long, and there is a 30-week contract for Acting Foundation Course students.

You can download the Student Accommodation Handbook, which contains useful information. If it doesn’t have the answer you’re looking for, please get in touch with Christopher Court at [email protected].

We will contact students who have accepted offers to study with us with room booking details.

I always feel safe and secure here, knowing someone in reception 24/7, monitoring who comes in and out. I have lived in London before so this was really important to me

Victoria, Christopher Court resident

Private Landlords

After the first year, most students arrange to live in privately rented accommodation with their friends. You can find a list of student housing provided by private landlords at We will ensure that any landlords advertising through student pads hold relevant, up-to-date safety certificates for your peace of mind. There is also information on the site about contracts, deposits and procedures, as well as providing an accommodation search facility.


There are a number of local estate agents who would be happy to help you find a suitable room or property to rent locally. Rooms can cost anything from around £85 – to £120 per week per person plus bills, and the contract can be for anything between 6 and 12 months, depending on the individual property.

When renting in the private market, knowing your rights and responsibilities is important. If you are sharing with other students, we highly recommend that you understand the legal implications of certain types of joint tenancy agreements, and you can find useful information from these sources:

If you would like more details about the different accommodation options at the College or if you are a landlord, please get in touch with our Student Services team.

Email: [email protected]

Tel: +44 (0)20 8308 2600