Inside the department
Goldsmiths has over 1,400 spaces in halls, spread over nine sites, both on and off campus in South East and East London.
Find out about your financial obligations of living in halls, how much your fees will be and how to pay online.
Find out how to apply for accommodation and what fees you may need to pay.
Students attending a pre-sessional course can apply for accommodation for the duration of their studies.
Housing options for those who prefer an independent way of living.
Alternative accommodation to Goldsmiths halls.
Get in touch with the Accommodation Office.
Everything you need to know about applying for accommodation online, life in halls at Goldsmiths, locations and costs.
Whether you prefer the supported environment of halls near the campus, or more independent living that lets you mix with a wider London student population, Goldsmiths offers a range of accommodation options.
We currently have over 1,400 rooms available in our on-campus and off-campus halls of residence.
Accommodation consists of single study bedrooms in buildings ranging from converted period houses to more traditional halls of residence.
All accommodation is self-catered, containing shared kitchens, and all of our halls have the facility to connect to the internet (this ranges from direct room access, wireless common rooms and personal telephone lines; NB private contracts would be required at an additional cost).
All of the accommodation is mixed. Each hall has a variety of students from different degrees and of different nationalities, giving you the opportunity to mix with a wide range of people.
Every hall also has a team of staff nearby, including administrative staff, Resident Assistants, and security. There will always be someone available to contact day and night.
We prioritise new full-time undergraduate and postgraduate students living outside of London travelcard zones 1-9 (deadlines apply).