If you are coming from abroad to study an English course in London, you’re going to be looking for the ideal accommodation to meet your needs. We have many international students coming to us for information on our available accommodations and whether they can even afford to live there. If you’re the kind of person that needs their own space and privacy, then here’s 5 reasons why you should look at our single rooms in London.
1. You’ll have your own space & can enjoy your privacy
After a long day you’re probably going to want to lay down and enjoy some quiet time, or you might need some peace to study, which you can enjoy in one of our single rooms in London. The sizes of the rooms vary, but they’re comfortable sized rooms and are very popular among our students.
2. Conveniently located
Our single rooms are in houses or flats/apartments all over London, so you can usually find the perfect room in your desired area such as Wimbledon, Clapham and Tooting Bec. Metro stations and bus stops are never far from our accommodation in London, so you’ll have the city at your doorstep.
3. No need to buy furniture
When you arrive in London, you won’t have to worry about rushing off to Ikea to furnish your new accommodation. Our rooms have a wardrobe, a chest of drawers and a single or double bed, depending on the room. We can also provide a desk if the room is the right size. The rest of the flat or house will also have furnished communal areas such as a lounge and kitchen with Wi-Fi and a TV that you can use. Some of our single rooms in London also come with an en suite and we can fulfill pretty much any requirement.
4. It won’t hurt your pockets to rent
At Polar Choice, we ensure all of our accommodation in London is affordable for our students. We know that London is an expensive city to live, but we believe that it shouldn’t have to be impossible to live and you should still be able to afford enjoying the lifestyle a little while you’re here. Our aim is that a single room doesn’t have to be a luxury option. Our single rooms in London can start as low as £100 per week.
5. Live socially in a shared home
Even if you do like having the privacy of your own room, it’s even better when you can share the communal areas with other students. It can be quite lonely moving abroad to study, but you’ll be able to make friends instantly when you move in to your new accommodation, and still enjoy your own space when you need it.
My final thoughts on single rooms for students in London
Our single rooms are really popular as it’s great to be able to have your own, independent space when moving abroad, especially when it’s affordable for a student budget. Living in London is really good fun for any international looking for an exciting place to live, so if you’re interested in seeing what we have on offer you can search single rooms on our accommodation page or contact one of our advisors.