Close to universities
Check out the distance of some top London universities and colleges, and their main campuses in relation to Goodenough College
How far is your London university from its student halls or Goodenough College?
Choosing where to study, and which university you should go to, is one of the most important decisions you will ever make. While league tables, modules and graduate prospects are important when picking the right university course for you, location is key and can impact your overall university experience. It’s worth considering the campus community, events programmes, opportunities, facilities and the general feeling you get when walking around the grounds.
For students who are new to London the choice can be confusing, which is why we have provided information, in this blog post, on some of London’s top universities and where their student accommodation is based in relation to their main campuses.
Not all universities, colleges and institutes offer student accommodation and most don’t offer postgraduate-only halls. That’s where Goodenough College can help. The College is London’s finest postgraduate residential community and we provide award-winning student accommodation in the heart of London. (NB: The College isn’t a teaching institution, but a specialist hall of residence with great study facilities and a wide programme of cultural, intellectual and social activities.) We also offer a range of Scholarships to help students in need to reduce their living costs while living at the College.
Click each university or college below to find out more information about their campus and student accommodation locations; including how close they are to Goodenough College.
- Birkbeck College, University of London
- City University London, University of London
- The Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London
- King’s College, University of London
- London Business School, University of London
- London School of Economics and Political Science
- London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, University of London
- Royal Academy of Music, University of London
- Royal Central School of Speech and Drama (CSSD), University of London
- School of Advanced Study, University of London
- School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London
- University College London
Transport for London is a local government body responsible for most of the transport network in London. Every day, they help millions of people to make journeys across London: By Tube, bus, tram, car, bike – and more. Visit their website to map out your specific journey: www.tfl.gov.uk