Residence Details

Station Court is a furnished student accommodation located on High Road, just a few minutes’ walk away from Central London.

Common Room update:
The final stage of the common room refurbishment will take place from January until March. In this period the common room near reception will be out of use.

In Tottenham, just 5 minutes from Seven Sisters Underground station. From here the Victoria Line takes you to London’s centre in 15 minutes.

Station Court is in the north London area of Tottenham, five-minutes from Seven Sisters London Underground station. From here, the Victoria Line takes you to the centre of London in under 15 minutes.

All 225 rooms at Station Court come with their own private bathroom, a desk and chair, and lots of storage space. And you’ll share your kitchen and lounge flatmates.

On the ground floor, you’ll find a small study room and a common room with sofas and TV. There’s also table football, perfect for a bit of fun with a flatmate.

This part of London is home to Tottenham Hotspur Football Club, and is close to the wide open spaces of the Lee Valley. Nearby Tottenham Hale station also connects you to London Stansted Airport in under an hour, ideal for holidays and trips back home.

Explore Student Accommodations and International Student Life in London with BookMyUniRoom.com

Are you considering studying in London as an international student and looking for student accommodation? Living as a university student in London presents a dynamic mix of opportunities and challenges, making it a nuanced choice for prospective residents. Student life in London is career-driven, offering a wide range of job-oriented university courses and access to the international student job market.

London provides numerous budget-friendly student accommodations near popular universities. Many international students prefer to study at top universities in the UK. However, these universities can be very big, which means students may have to travel long distances to get there and this can cost a lot of money.

Are you thinking about furthering your education and pursuing your career at a reputable alma mater while experiencing life in a lively, diverse metropolis such as London? London universities have achieved commendable rankings in QS Best Student Cities and QS Best Universities in the UK or London for 2023.

Universities and Colleges in London (UK) for International Students

London stands as an unparalleled hub for intellectual endeavours, hosting two institutions in the top 10 internationally and four in the top 100, with Imperial College London leading at number six in the 2023 QS World University Rankings. The city boasts a thriving academic scene with over 40 universities supporting more than 350,000 international and domestic students, providing abundant possibilities for any aspiring student. Whatever your area of pursuit, rest assured that London offers a course that will help you achieve your goals.

Q- Things to know before moving to London as an international student?

A- As an international student in London, ensure you obtain a Long-Stay Visa for living in the UK, be prepared to experience a bit of culture shocks such as no small talk and pin-drop silence in the tube, don't be surprised to see foxes everywhere, remember to download Citymapper app in your smartphone & link your 16-25 Railcard with Oyster card, don't be shy to leverage your student status for discounts, keep ample supply of your prescription medicines until you get registered to the local practitioner and make serious efforts to remember London's recycling guidelines.

Q- What is London famous for?

A- London's Tower Bridge (gothic twin towers), the Tower of London (World Heritage Site), the classic London double-decker red bus and the black cabs are some things international students in London will often find unique and fascinating.

Q- What are the top affordable food joints in London for international students?

A- Shake Shack at Convent Garden, Wagamama (South Asian restaurant) at South Bank, Coqfighter (American restaurant) at Trafalgar Square, Nando's (Portuguese restaurant) at Soho, Pizza Express (Italian restaurant) at Soho, Bao (Taiwanese restaurant) at Soho and The India 2 - Best of the city at Finsbury Street are some of the cheapest and best food joints for international students in London.

Q- What are the top bars/nightclubs international students in London frequent?

A- Devine Restaurant Coffee Bar (600 metres from The Tower of London), Sky Pod Bar (400 metres from The Monument to the Great Fire of London), The Seafood Bar(500 metres from Piccadilly Circus), Darwin Brasserie (200 metres from The Monument to the Great Fire of London), The Loop Bar (300 metres from Oxford Circus station) and Cahoots London at Kingly Court & Kingly Street are some of the most affordable yet fun bars/nightclubs international students in London frequent.

Q- What quality universities and colleges are situated in London?

A- The best universities and colleges international students in London study in are Imperial College London; University College London; London School of Economics and Political Science; King's College London; UCL institute of Education; Queen Mary University of London; London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine; CITY, University of London; Birkbeck, University of London; St. George's, University of London; University of Greenwich; University of the Arts London; The School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London; Goldsmiths, University of London; London Business School; University of Westminster; London South Bank University; University of West London; University of East London; University of Roehampton; London Metropolitan University; Ravensbourne University London; BPP University; London School of Commerce; Glasgow Caledonian University - London Campus; Amity University - London Campus; Regent's University London; University of London International Programmes; Hult International Business School - UK; Newcastle University London; ESCP Europe Business School - London Campus; Istituto Marangoni - UK; University of Liverpool - London Campus; Loughborough University London; Ealing, Hammersmith & West London College; University of Huddersfield - London Campus; South Thames College; Royal College of Art; London College of International Business Studies and; London School of Journalism.   

Q- What are the top diplomas, graduates and post-graduate degrees offered in the best colleges and universities in London?

A- Some of the top diplomas, graduates and post-graduate degrees offered in the best colleges and universities in London are MBA/PGDM, MIM, BBA, MS, M.A., B.E. / B.Tech, B.Sc., B.A., B.J.M.C., LL.M., MPH, PG, LL.B., PG Diploma, PG Certificate, M.Arch, B.Arch, MFA, B.Ed, BSN, Others UG, BHM, MBBS, MSN, Executive MBA/PGDM, M.Phil, MDS, MEM, MPHARM, BFA, MPA, B.Pharma, UG certificate, BDS, PhD, UG Diploma, M.Agri., MASc, M.Com, B.Des, and M.Pharma.

Q- What are the different types of part-time jobs available for international students in London?

A- There are primarily three kinds of part-time work available for international students in London: On-campus Part-time Jobs for Students, Off-campus Part-time Jobs for Students, Online Part-time Jobs for Students

Q- Are there any eligibility criteria for international students to do part-time work?

A- Major eligibility criteria for international students to do part-time work are: they must be at least 16 years of age, they must be enrolled in a full-time degree program at a recognised London university, they must hold a valid Tier 5 student Visa, and they must comply with university rules & regulations.

Q- What are some high-paying part-time jobs for international students in London?

A- The best high-paying part-time jobs for international students in London are that of tutors offering tutoring services (£30 to £42 per hour), Freelance writing ( £31.03 per hour), Research Assistants (£15.21 per hour) and Library Assistants (£10 to £15 hour).

Q- What are some easy and flexible part-time jobs that international students in London can undertake along with their studies?

A- Some easy and flexible part-time jobs that most international students in London do are those of a Retail Assistant (£9.88 per hour), Receptionist (£8.97 per hour), Waiter (£12.18 per hour), Dog Walker (£12.50 per hour) and Food Delivery Driver (£10.42 per hour). 

Q- Which local markets do international students in London go to for their grocery shopping and other requirements?

A- International students in London go to Westfield London and Westfield Stratford City shopping malls for leisure & essential requirements; Borough Market for wholesale groceries; Columbia Road Flower Market (weekly flower market); and Brixton Village and Market Row (London's most vital neighbourhoods).

Q- Name some famous people born in London?

A- Queen Elizabeth II; Dua Lipa; Emilia Clarke; Tom Hardy; Charlie Chaplin; Keira Knightley; David Bowie; Adele; Benedict Cumberbatch (Doctor Strange); Cara Delevingne; Bear Grylls; Tilda Swinton; Alfred Hitchcock; Virginia Woolf; Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter); Tom Holland (Spiderman); Robert Pattinson (Twilight); Kit Harington (Jon Snow) are some famous people born in London.

Q- What food delivery apps are commonly used by international students in London?

A-  The most common food delivery apps in London are Deliveroo, Uber Eats, Karma (Eco-Friendly Food Delivery Service in London), Grubhub, DoorDash, Caviar (High-End Food Delivery Services in London), Ritual, Zomato, Foodhub and Talabat.

Q- What are the popular meal delivery or recipe box services international students in London opt for?

A-  Some popular meal delivery or recipe box services international students in London opt for are Just Eat, Tesco Groceries, Postmates, Mindful Chef (best overall healthy meal delivery service), Gousto (best affordable healthy meal delivery service), AllPlants (best vegan healthy meal delivery service), Abel & Cole (best healthy food delivery service for organic food), Muscle Food (Best healthy meal delivery service for fitness), and Purearth (best healthy meal delivery service for juice cleanses)

Q- How do you travel within London?

A- There are 11 modes of transportation people in London use for commuting within the city: The Underground (Tube), The Overground, DLR (Docklands Light Railway), suburban and direct rail services, London's red buses, London's black cabs, Trams in South London, IFS Cloud Cable Car, River Boat Thames Clipper (also known as Uber Boat), Bicycles, and walking.

Q- What are the best mobile operators/networks in London for international students?

A- The most common mobile operators/networks international students use in London are Voxi and EE. Other well-known mobile networks are Smarty (best for big data deals), Lebara (best for international calling), Giffgaff (best reliable mobile network with great value plans), and iD Mobile (best mobile network for low-cost phones and unlimited plans).

Q- What are the best eSim international students in London use?

A- The most popular eSims are Holafly(used in 90 destinations and offers unlimited data plan), Ubigi (known for having internet connections globally for 20+ years), and Telephone (coverage in 113 destinations all over the world and available in many languages). 

Q- How do I find other international students in London like me?

A- Local communities are the best place to network with both localities and other international students like you. Top local communities in London are Stockwell Park Community Centre; Wheatsheaf Community Hall; St Margaret's Drop-In Centre; Vauxhall Gardens Community Centre; VauxWall West Climbing Centre; Lansdowne Centre; and William Gibbs Community Centre.

Q- What tools/websites are useful for planning London weekend trips by international students in the UK?

A- Popular websites which help in planning weekend London trips are Rentalcars.com (for great deals on rental cars); Trainline or Omio (for train tickets), Booking or Expedia (for accommodation) and Get Your Guide or Tiqets or Viator (for best tour guides). Other tips for weekend London trips are to pack essential hiking gear and a power bank. 

Q- How is the weather in London year-round?

A- The climate is generally mild with occasional rain and some sunny days all year round. Even with frequent rainfall, London's climate is cooling, providing refreshing air and mild temperatures around 11°C (52°F) throughout the year. Here's a quick overview of the seasons:

- Spring (March to May): 8°C to 15°C (46°F to 59°F)

- Summer (June to August): 18°C to 23°C (64°F to 73°F)

- Autumn (September to November): 9°C to 16°C (48°F to 61°F)

- Winter (December to February): 2°C to 8°C (36°F to 46°F)

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Common Amenities
Social Spaces
On Site Laundry
Dual-Band Wi-Fi
-Bike storage
All Inclusive Bills
Zone 3 Location
Common Area
On-site Printing
Secure bike storage
Outdoor Social Spaces
Recycling
Study Spaces
-WIFI
Laundry
Printing (extra charge)
Room Amenities
Safety and Security
CCTV
Secure Entry
Secure access system
24/7 security
Onsite service team
Maintenance support
Fire system
-Outdoor social space
Bills Included
Contents Insurance
Water
Heating
Gas
Electricity
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Room Types

Classic Ensuite

week/person
Microwave
Private Room
Shared Kitchen
Ensuite
Private Bathroom
Sofa
Wardrobe
Cooking Hob
Mirror
Bedrooms 1
Under bed storage
Shower
Toilet
Washbasin
Oven
Coffee-Breakfast Bar
Vacuum Cleaner
Single Bed
Fridge Freezer
bathrooms 1
Desk & Chair
Area 11 Sqm
Bathroom Mirror
Notice Boards
Stools
Curtains
Kitchen Bins
Duration:51 Weeks
Move in:2024-09-14
£260/week

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