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BPP University London (City)

Student accommodation near BPP University London (City campus)

If you’re looking for accommodation near BPP University London, you’ve come to the right place! At Student.com we list more than 250 different options for student accommodation all across London, with many options less than a 10-minute walk away from BPP University London’s city campus.

Living near the BPP London City Campus will put you right in the heart of London, one of the most exciting cities in the world.

If you have any questions, just give us a call or message us on live chat. Our booking consultants are always happy to help you find the type of accommodation in London that is just right for your needs!

Where is BPP University London located?

BPP University has several study centres across the biggest cities in the UK. The London city campus is located in Fitzwilliam House, at the address 2 St Mary Axe, London, EC3A 8BF. This means it’s located in the City of London (also known as the square mile), the historic centre of London. It’s right next to 30 St Mary Axe, also known as The Gherkin, one of the most famous skyscrapers in the UK capital.

The City of London is the historic centre of London, which today is one of the most important financial centres in the world. Many financial institutions are located in the City, including the Bank of England and the world-famous Lloyd’s of London.

Studying at BPP University London campus

BPP University is a private university with a very international feel, attracting students from over 100 countries across the world. The goal of BPP is to combine theory with practice, and they put heavy emphasis on practical solutions, and on their students being able to take what they have learned in the classroom, and use it in the workplace. To achieve this, BPP University has partnered with many large private companies, including many FTSE 100 firms.

There are about 15,000 students at BPP, across 20 study centres in eight different locations, all of them in England or the Channel Islands. A large part of these are international students, so you’ll be immersed in an international atmosphere while studying at BPP, even more so in London, one of the most international cities in the world.

BPP University London student life

London is undoubtedly one of the most exciting cities in the world. Full of trendy bars, great shopping and world-famous attractions, you’ll have no problem coming up with things to do outside classroom hours.

The Tower of London, the Tower Bridge and St Paul’s Cathedral are some of the famous places to visit just minutes from your campus. Big Ben, the Westminster Palace, London Eye, Hyde Park and Buckingham Palace are some of the most famous sights in the UK capital, all easily accessible by public transport from the BPP London campus.

If you’re looking for things to do during your free time, you’ll be spoilt for choice in London. Whether you like sports, theatre, musicals, or are a foodie, you can enjoy your favourite activities in some top spots. See a football match at Arsenal or Chelsea, or go to Wembley to see the England national team. For the performing arts, there aren’t many places in the world that can compete with London’s West End. As for eating, London is a melting pot of cultures, which means that the city is full of authentic restaurants from all over the world, as well as more than 60 restaurants that have won a Michelin star.

The flip side of the fact that London is such a great city, is the fact that finding cheap accommodation can be challenging. London is admittedly one of the more expensive cities to live in, but you can find some great options listed right here. If you want to save some money in your accommodation costs, you can go for shared accommodation: sharing your room with a flatmate is usually noticeably cheaper than living by yourself, and most young people in London opt for sharing.

History of BPP University

The roots of BPP University go back to 1975 when Alan Brierley, Richard Price and Charles Prior founded a school called Brierley Price Prior. The aim of this school was to train accountancy students. 

BPP was granted degree-awarding powers in 2007, making it the first privately owned company in the UK to achieve this honour. Back then it was still called BPP University College of Professional Studies, but it was renamed to just BPP University in 2013, after it was granted university status.

BPP University was acquired by the Apollo Group in 2009. The university was sold again in 2021 though, when it was bought by its current owner, the London-based private equity firm called TDR Capital.

Frequently asked questions about student accommodation near BPP University London

How can I book private, off-campus accommodation near the BPP University London City campus on Student.com?

Booking any accommodation on Student.com is quick and easy. You can use the many filters as well as the map feature on this page to find the right accommodation just for your needs.

Once you’ve found a property you like, go to the property page by clicking ‘View rooms’. On the property page you’ll need to choose your preferred room type and the dates when you’ll want to live there. After making your selection, click on ‘Enquire’ or ‘Book now’. You’ll then be asked to leave your contact details so that one of our booking consultants can get in touch with you to answer any questions you may still have and to take you through the next steps of the booking process.

What are the different room types you offer?

We offer three different types of rooms in London:

Shared Rooms – These are rooms where you share a bedroom with a roommate. Other facilities are also shared with other students.

Private Rooms – In this option you have your own bedroom. Depending on the property, your bathroom may be either shared or private. Other facilities are shared with fellow students.

Entire Place – Here you’ll have it all for yourself. You’ll get a room with your own bedroom, bathroom, and kitchenette, without having to share any facilities with anyone. The perfect choice if you love your privacy!

Are bills included in the rent?

Bills are included in the rent in most of the properties we list in London. Some properties don’t include bills in the rent though, so check on the property page if bills are included in the flat you’re looking to book.

Are the apartments fully furnished?

Most of the properties we list in London are rented fully furnished. Check the property page to make sure if this is the case with the property you’re looking to rent though, as some landlords have different policies on this, meaning in some properties you’ll have to buy your own furniture.