There are two types of accommodation available for international students:
1. HOST FAMILY
Homestay accommodation can range from a completely immersive family experience, to a very basic room rental.
In the immersive family experience, the student lives, eats, and shares most of their time in the UK with the host and their family. For family events such as eating out, visits to amusement parks, and travel, the student may be expected to pay for some of the costs (e.g. tickets, parking, petrol, travel expenses, etc.). The student is also invited to participate in holiday festivities (Easter, Christmas, etc.) and family events (weddings, birthdays, etc.).
Alternatively, if students prefer, they may simply rent a room within a private home with minimal supervision from the host or family.
The student will share a residential house or apartment with other students or professionals. There may be between 2 and 10 people, depending on the size of the accommodation. All facilities including kitchens, bathrooms and washing machines are shared.
• Single rooms from £100-£190
• Twin/Double rooms from £80- £120 per person per week.
(Cooking Facilities Only)
|Breakfast Only||£80-£120||£120-£190||Bed & Breakfast|
|Breakfast & Dinner||£140-£180||£120-£210||Half Board|
|Breakfast, Packed Lunch, Dinner||£150-£195||£140-£220||Full Board|
|Accommodation for under 18s|
|Breakfast, Packed Lunch, Dinner||£260||Full Board|
A twin/double room is usually for two students to share. The room price guide is per person, per week.
To book a room, please complete our online application form.
You must pay an administration fee of £50. Once you have paid, you will receive a confirmation by email with the details of the accommodation. You must confirm your arrival approximately one week before arriving in the UK.
For more information or assistance please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call +44(0)20 857 99661
Most of the accommodation available is within a short bus journey from our campus. The average cost of travel from accommodation to the school is £2.00 per journey (by bus).
For costs from accommodation that is further away from the campus, or additional information, please see tfl.gov.uk
Our accommodation service offers students help in booking accommodation through our carefully vetted accommodation agencies, who are all accredited by the British Council.
West London English School (WLES) only assists in the booking process and does not provide accommodation. If you have any problems with your accommodation, you must speak to the agency that has provided it. WLES can assist if there are any problems with the agency.
The information here is for general purposes only. The information is provided by WLES and while we try to keep the information up- to-date and correct, we make no promises or guarantees of any kind, expressed or implied, about the completeness, accuracy and reliability of this information or the suitability or availability of accommodation. Any reliance you place on such information is therefore strictly at your own risk.
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