Formally known as the Arts Institute and given its current name in 2006, the University of Arts, is one of the world’s highest-ranking universities for art and design.
Made up of six colleges, it is Europe’s largest public research university specialising in fashion, design, art and media.
Two of the halls of residences are open to the public during the summer holidays, with date usually opening in mid-late spring.
Many popular names are connected to the university, such as the chancellor, Grayson Perry as well as alumni from its colleges: Caroline Townshend, Colin Firth and Jarvis Cocker.
36 Clifton Terrace
London N4 3TD
Inspired by the capital’s art community, Sketch House is the university’s newest development.
Sketch House has great access to Central London as it sits on the Piccadilly and Victoria lines at Finsbury Park underground and National Rail station, which are about a five-minute walk away.
Each flat cluster is shared between 5 - 10 bedrooms and the bedrooms come with a three-quarter-sized bed and ensuite bathrooms
168 Pitfield Street
Located in Hoxton, Will Wyatt Court is nicely placed between the East and West Ends of London and has great access to Central London, too.
With flats made up of between five to seven ensuite bedrooms and sharing a kitchen, Will Wyatt Court could be a great option for you and few friends.
The nearest tube station is Old Street, which is roughly ten minutes away on foot.
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