Guidance for finding the right accommodation for you and when things go wrong.
Guidance for finding the right accommodation for you and when things go wrong.
Although BPP University does not have any of its own residences, we are now working in partnership with the University of London - Housing Service, who are able to assist you further. 

This service will help you find accommodation in London, will check and assess accommodation contracts for you, and has an experienced Housing Advice Team to  offer advice on a range of issues including deposit disputes, and problems with letting agents.

  Through this service you can search for accomodation based near your centre that has the correct facilites and is the right price for you. Please check this out here. 

If you would like to make an appointment with one of the University of London's Housing Advice team, you can do this through the site, once you have set up your account. 

The housing service provides an excellent guide on private housing as well as providing a contract checking guide!

Please note that, although BPP facilitate access to ULHS’ services, BPP is not the provider of the services.  The services will be provided by ULHS and your use of the services will be subject to ULHS’ terms of service. All the services can be accessed by visiting








You can also visit the International Student House -  who aim to provide an affordable home-from-home for international and UK students reinforced by a social and cultural programme to encourage international friendship.

You can review BPP's Student Housing Guide which provides helpful information on considerations you should make when searching for accommodation, tips and guidance for when you begin looking, your rights and obligations as a tenant, steps for moving out, and what to do when things go wrong.

Download our Student Housing Guide

If you are at risk of homelessness, please see our guide below for practical options for assisting you to secure accommodation. In addition, please contact the University’s Safeguarding Team via or call 07464 542 636 for further assistance.

As it can understandably be a stressful time if you are at risk of homelessness, please also see our guidance on the support section of our website to ensure that you are being supported by the University.

Download our help for BPP domestic students facing homelessness guide