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Costs and accommodation for Erasmus+ students

Living in London as a student allows you to experience life in one of the world’s greatest cities in an affordable way.


One of your main living costs will be accommodation. While Erasmus+ students from Europe are not eligible for QMUL accommodation, our Residential Services and Support (RSS) Team can help you find affordable housing in London. This can mean that you either rent private accommodation, live in private student halls or have a homestay (living with a UK family).

You can arrange either a one-to-one or a group meeting with the RSS Team to help you find suitable alternative accommodation for your stay with us at QMUL. The team can offer you advice on finding private accommodation, an online property search, a student search noticeboard and contract reading service.

QMUL Student Room Share

Some of our QMUL home students rent out their room while they are on their semester/year abroad. As an Erasmus+ student, you can register online to view these rentals on the Student Share Notice Board.

Get together

Our Erasmus+ students make friends quickly when they arrive and often group together to rent flats. The Global Opportunities Team also organises an offer-holder Facebook group each semester, so you can find like-minded people and discuss your options.

There is plenty of accommodation in Mile End, and compared to other parts of London, it is often surprisingly good value for money. We provide you with all the support you need to find a comfortable home while you study in London.

For more information, please contact or visit the Residences website.

Living costs

For information on living costs, please visit our Advice and Counselling Service’s page ‘Planning a budget and managing your money’.

Pre-paid meal plans

You can make substantial savings on the cost of eating on campus by buying the Curve restaurant’s pre-paid meal vouchers. There are four packages, covering different breakfast and main meal options. For more information, visit - vouchers.


This project has been funded with support from the European Commission (EC). The content of these web pages is the sole responsibility of Queen Mary University of London. The EC cannot be held responsible for any use that may be made of the information contained in these pages.


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