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Student accommodation from Student.com will help you to set up home in well-placed student properties close to ESCP London Business School. Our student housing near ESCP will allow you to immerse yourself in London’s fine selection of quirky cafes, and a high concentration of bars and restaurants.

We offer both shared and private accommodation options where you can choose from shared rooms to fully self-contained studio apartments.

Choosing the right accommodation is one of the most important decisions to make when you are studying in a university. So call us, or chat with us on our website’s live chat if you need help to make the right decision. Our booking consultants are always happy to help!

Where is ESCP London located?

ESCP’s UK campus is located on Finchley Road in West Hampstead, North-West London. It is only a tube ride away from the bright city lights of the centre of one of the most vibrant cities in the world.

Very popular among students, London is a global centre for business and culture, and a multicultural giant that offers an unforgettable life experience.

West Hampstead is a great part of London

Finchley Road is one of the major thoroughfares of north London. The four miles long inner-city main road is a heavily used route in and out of the capital city and is stocked with commercial attractions such as the O2 Centre, Odeon Cinema, the Hampstead Theatre, restaurants, shops, banks, and supermarkets.

It's part of a thriving and friendly community that has its own character and energy as well as a well-to-do reputation within the North-West London region.

While West Hampstead is mainly an affluent residential district of large Victorian houses and apartment buildings, it’s younger and edgier than neighbouring Hampstead.

Upwardly mobile young people and city professionals are drawn to West Hampstead’s lively bars and cafés, vibrant nightlife, and impressive architecture.

The area is also known for its great collection of diverse global eateries, and fashion stores on West End Lane. The high-street dominates the area and acts as a social hub. A stone’s throw away from the ESCP campus is the O2 Centre, an indoor shopping, dining and entertainment centre, that is stacked with a cinema and a number of eating and shopping options, as well as a Virgin Active gym with a swimming pool.

In even closer proximity is the impressive JW3, a popular arts, culture and entertainment venue equipped with a theatre and a cinema.

For a reflection of the cultural diversity of the area, head a little further around the road to Kiln Theatre on Kilburn High Road and see fantastic performances in a wide range of local plays.

Good transport links to the city centre and elsewhere

Studying in West Hampstead will place you in a peaceful, classy, but vibrant neighbourhood that offers a broad cultural experience away from the hustle and bustle of inner-city London. 

However, the buzz of central London is still less than 10 minutes away. The three train stations on West End Lane provide easy routes across London and to as far as Brighton.

Studying at the ESCP Business School London campus

When it was formed in 1819, ESCP Business School became one of the very first business schools in the world. In keeping with its mission of raising and inspiring purpose-driven business leaders who will have a strong impact on society, ESCP has educated and produced generations of leaders and entrepreneurs.

A pioneer of innovation for over 200 years, the institution ambitions to continue producing high-potential leaders and entrepreneurs through a unique pedagogical teaching and research model in the field of business.

Each year, ESCP Business School provides over 6,500 students and 5,000 executives from more than 120 different countries with a comprehensive list of management courses and specialised programmes across its six integrated urban campuses in London, Berlin, Madrid, Paris, Turin, and Warsaw.

ESCP runs prestigious undergraduate and postgraduate programmes with Bachelor’s, Master’s, Executive MBA, PhD and Executive Education level.

High rankings

ESCP placed 3rd in the 2022 Financial Times European Business School rankings, reaffirming the school’s already solidified place as one of the most prestigious business schools in Europe.

It ranked 2nd in the UK and France, and took the top spot in Germany, Italy, Poland and Spain. ESCP demonstrated exceptional performance right across the board with its EMBA, MiM and Master in Finance programmes, ranking among the top 5 in the world.

A welcoming campus

Its London campus provides students state-of-the-art facilities in a traditional Victorian building. Located in the thriving community of West Hampstead, ESCP Business School London offers a family atmosphere in a beautiful and historic building.

Well connected

Over the years, the institution has established strong connections in major industries across the world. It has formed over 140 academic alliances in Europe and worldwide.

ESCP London student life

ESCP Business School London takes pride in providing much of what students need for an enriching life on campus. 

Study and teaching spaces sit alongside a private garden and student lounge. A strong sense of school spirit and community is also a defining characteristic of campus life.

Extra-curricular activities and student support services are essential components of well-being and personal and professional development. 

Activities and Sports Clubs

Student life at ESCP London is shaped by activities and initiatives provided by over fifty clubs and associations which organise social, artistic and cultural events, sports tournaments, networking opportunities, humanitarian activities, and political discussions.

Sporting activities are a long-held tradition at ESCP. ESCP London students have opportunities to participate in several disciplines and can enjoy access to various off-campus sporting facilities through partnerships with sporting associations.


A wide range of events are held at ESCP, some of which are organised by the students.

The main highlight of ESCP London’s social calendar, the Annual Gala takes place every spring. The event is held in celebration of the school’s achievements during the previous year. Students, members of staff, faculty, alumni and friends come together in London at a different high-profile location each year to enjoy a champagne reception followed by a three-course meal. 

The ESCP Regatta symbolises the sense of community and togetherness that ESCP is all about. Once a year, students from all six campuses, members of staff, faculty, and alumni, gather in Italy for a weekend at sea. It is a staple in the school’s sporting, networking, and social calendar. 

History of ESCP European Business School

In 1819, when ESCP was established, it was one of the first business schools in the world and the first school in France to offer business studies.

The early days were shaped by its builders: entrepreneurs such as Germain Legret and Amédée Brodart, and scholars such as economist Jean-Baptiste Say, theorist of the concept of entrepreneurship, merchant Vital Roux, contributor to the conception of the French Commercial Code and promoter of a pedagogy oriented towards practical teaching, and economist Adolphe Blanqui, the owner and director of the school for 24 years.

Thanks to a bold policy of international openness, more than 20% of the school’s student population was international as early as 1827.

Under the auspices of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry, ESCP was reinforced and reached maturity. This resulted in significant expansion of programmes and an increase in enrolments from a few dozen students in the 1820s to 250 at the end of the 19th century and nearly a thousand by the 1970s.

ESCP became independent from the Paris Chamber of Commerce and Industry in 2018. The launching of the European Bachelor degree anchored the School in the European License-Master-Doctorate (LMD) model, triggering strong growth.

Frequently asked questions about student housing near ESCP London

How can I book private student accommodation near ESCP London on Student.com?

Booking private student accommodation near ESCP London on Student.com is easy and straightforward. Use our search filters, comparison and map tools to find your ideal student home.

Once you’ve selected your favourite, 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 you’ll need the room for. After making your choice, click ‘Book Now’ or ‘Enquire’ and leave your contact details. One of our booking consultants will be in touch with you shortly after 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?

On Student.com, we offer three different room types in London:

A Shared Room offers a bedroom that you share with a roommate. Bathrooms and other living facilities are also shared.

A Private Room offers a private bedroom that is only for you. Depending on the property, and the exact room you book, the bathroom may be either private or shared. Other facilities are shared with your fellow students.

An Entire Place gives you a fully self-contained studio property with a private bedroom, bathroom and kitchenette with cooking facilities. You won’t have to share anything, so this is the perfect choice if you love your privacy!

Are bills included in the rent?

In most of the properties we list in London, all bills are included in your rent. This isn’t always the case though, so make sure to check on the property page if the bills are included in the property you’re looking to book. 

Are the apartments fully furnished?

Most of the apartments we list in London are rented fully furnished. Check the property page to see if this is the case with the property you’re thinking of booking.

You can also search for fully furnished properties thanks to our filters. Tick the box for ‘Furnished Available’ in the filters and you’ll only see properties that are rented fully furnished.

Can I see the property before moving in?

Many of the properties we list in London have a wide array of photos, videos and even virtual tours on the property page, so you’ll be able to get a good idea of what your new home will look like even if you don’t see it at first.

If you’d prefer to see a place for yourself before moving in though, this can be arranged as well. Just contact us and our booking consultants will arrange a viewing for you at a suitable time.

What is a guarantor and will I need one?

A guarantor is someone who signs the rental agreement with you and agrees to pay your rent for you in the event you fail to make the necessary payments. A guarantor is typically a family member but it can be anyone.

Many of the properties we list in London require a guarantor. Our booking consultants will be able to give you more information about guarantors, so just give us a call to find out more!