Our halls of residence are set in the beautiful, leafy grounds of our Regent's Park campus, looking out over the gardens, lake and surrounding park. Living in halls allows you to relax and socialise on campus while being only a short walk away from the vibrant shops and nightlife of the West End.
Applications are now open for the Autumn 2021 Term. We are carefully monitoring COVID-19 advice and regulations, and we will not make any offers until we have a clearer understanding of how many rooms will be in use. We are currently offering all our rooms as single-occupancy spaces only.
Reid Hall is the main campus dormitory, housing students in a mix of single, twin and triple rooms over four floors. Each floor has three communal bathroom facilities, and, while the rooms include meal credit to be used in the University's range of dining outlets, there is also a pantry on each floor, providing you with access to a kettle, sink, and microwave. For more information on meal credit, please see below.
The hall also contains a launderette which is located on the second floor, and a reception which is staffed 24 hours a day. The campus itself maintains a 24-hour security presence, ensuring a safe and comfortable stay.
Eight rooms in Reid Hall have wheelchair access and are located on a corridor which has accessible bathroom facilities. Students with disabilities are advised to contact the Accommodation Office to discuss their specific needs: [email protected] or phone: +44 (0)20 748 77483.
The Oliver Flats are a small collection of rooms which are on campus but separate from the dormitory. Each room has its own private bathroom and shares the same kitchen. There are three single rooms and one twin room available in the Oliver Flats. Meal credit for use in the University's range of dining outlets is included with these rooms.
Students living in University-managed housing on campus receive meal credit on their ID card as part of their housing fees. The card contains a set amount of credit (total figure of £90 per week) and works on a declining debit system which you can use to purchase any item of food or non-alcoholic drink from the refectory or other onsite catering outlets. This amount does not guarantee you three meals a day, seven days a week. If your credit runs out you can top up your balance, or use cash or a debit card.
If you need assistance, please email [email protected] or phone: +44 (0)20 748 77483.
Prices for 2021/22
Semester and full-time students
|Considered suitable for||All students, including study abroad||Regent's and study abroad students||BA Global Management students commencing their programme in January (Term 1)||BA Global Management students commencing their programme in January (Term 2)|
|Reid Hall Large Single||£5,525.00||£7,805.00||£6,955.00||£4,675.00|
|Reid Hall Medium Single||£4,485.00||£6,285.00||£5,595.00||£3,795.00|
|Reid Hall Small Single||£4,290.00||£6,000.00||£5,340.00||£3,630.00|
|Meal credit included||£1,170.00||£1,440.00||£1,260.00||£990.00|
English Language Centre students
Autumn 2021/Spring 2022
Reid Hall Large Single
£425 a week, food* included
Reid Hall Medium Single
£345 a week, food* included
Reid Hall Small Single
£330 a week, food* included
|Oliver Large Single**||£475 a week, food* included|
|Oliver Medium Single**||£425 a week, food* included|
*Prices are per person, per week and include £90 of meal credit. The meal credit that is included in the on-campus housing fees is put on your ID card. It does not guarantee you 3 meals a day, 7 days a week: it is just like having cash and you must budget to make it last. If it runs out you can always add more or just use cash.
**We are not taking bookings for the Oliver Flats for Autumn 2021.
How to apply for housing
To apply for University housing, complete the online application form.
To apply for Urbanest accommodation, visit the Urbanest page.
Please note that bookings are made for the official school term dates. These may not coincide exactly with your exam dates: you do not receive any refund if you leave the housing early.
Under 18 policy
If you are under 18 years of age when you move into the dormitory your application form must have been completed and signed by a parent or guardian. They must provide their contact details and understand that the University does not stand in loco parentis to their child/charge.
The Housing Office,
Regents University London,
Inner Circle, Regents Park,
London, NW1 4NS
Phone: +44 (0)20 7487 7483
Email: [email protected]