University College
London (UCL)

University College London, has been known as UCL since 2005. UCL was founded in 1826 to bring higher education to those who were typically excluded from it. In 1878, it became the first university in England to admit women on equal terms as men.

Located in the heart of London, UCL is a constituent college of the University of London and a member of the Russell Group, with almost 32,000 full time education students which hail from approximately 150 countries worldwide making up more than one-third of the university’s entire student population.

Throughout its history, UCL has been the birthplace of numerous significant scientific discoveries, with 29 Nobel Prizes awarded to UCL students or staff, including William Ramsay, who won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1904 for his discovery of the noble gases.

Host – The Hub is a 17 minute walk and tube ride (Vauxhall – Warren Street)

Victoria Hall King’s Cross is within a 20 minute bus ride (Route 390)

Host – Sunlight Apartments and The Hive, a 22 minute, walk and tube ride (Bethnal Green – Euston Square)

Host – Wembley is a 25 minute walk and tube ride (Wembley Park – Euston Square)

Host – One Penrhyn Road is a 54 minute Train and Tube ride away (Kingston – Warren Street)

Our awards.
All dedicated to you.

We’re proud to have won some awards. But hopefully they mean something to you too. Because the National Student Housing Survey only recognises accommodation based on real student experiences. So the people voting are the ones who live with us. Which means you can pick your Host student home with confidence.