Just a 15 minute walk from the University campus, our halls of residence, Horton Halls, provides self-catered single en-suite study/bedrooms. Close to local transport and with everything you’d expect from modern student housing, Horton Halls is the perfect place to create your home away from home.
Each flat accommodates four to eight students, sharing a well-equipped kitchen and dining area. There are on-site laundry facilities, internet access in every room, and a secure reception manned 24 hours a day. A mixture of mixed and single sex flats are clustered around an attractive central courtyard. Each block includes a common room with comfortable seating and a large plasma-screen television, where students can relax and meet friends.
A bus service running every 20 minutes serves the halls and drops off right outside the University’s main entrance.
Horton Halls is wheelchair accessible and we provide for students with other disabilities or special needs.
Rates and room types
All of our rooms are ensuite with 332 standard rooms and 154 premium rooms.
The weekly rate at Horton Halls for the 2016/17 academic year is £156 for a standard room and £166 for a premium room.
When planning how much money to allow for accommodation, we recommend budgeting for a 42-week academic year, although this may be longer for some courses.
Undergraduate and international applicants (undergraduate and postgraduate) are prioritised for a place at Horton Halls in their first year. Most, if not all, of these students will secure a room at Horton Halls.
Unless space is available, postgraduate students are not normally allocated places at Horton Halls. Instead, most find private accommodation in the local area. The University of London Housing Services is a useful resource to help you find somewhere to live.
Alternative halls of residence are available at the intercollegiate halls of residence, run by the University of London.
Accommodation for couples and families
Once you receive an offer to study at St George's as your first choice (either conditional or unconditional), an information pack (usually sent in the June before you start your course) will explain how to apply through our online system.
Please contact us to discuss any medical conditions, disability or personal circumstances which may have a bearing on your accommodation needs. Whatever your circumstances, our accommodation team will support you to find a comfortable place to stay.
Help and advice
Our accommodation and support adviser can help you with questions about Horton Halls:
Phone: + (44) 020 8266 6348
Last Updated: Friday, 09 October 2015 13:39