Cost of rooms in Kingston halls of residence

How much you pay for a room in halls will depend on the length of your licence and the type of room you choose. The licence length is based on the course you study and, in some cases, on the hall where your room is based:

  • 40 week licences – Art Foundation and Undergraduate students. 
  • 42 to 44 week licences – PGCE students.
  • 50 week licences – Nursing and Midwifery students, all Postgraduate students.

The licence covers the length of your course and examinations, plus the two short vacation periods and a period at the end of the academic year so you don't have to move out as soon as your exams have finished.

Room costs

Use the list below to quickly compare the cost of all room types available to your student group:

Art Foundation room costs

Below is a list of room costs for the halls you can apply for as an Art Foundation student. You will have a 40 week room licence to fit the length of your academic term.

2022/23 entry – Costs for a 40-week accommodation licence for Art Foundation students

Costs per weekHall of residenceRoom typeCost for the yearClosest campus
£158 a week Clayhill En-suite £6,320 Penrhyn Road
£161 a week Middle Mill Standard £6,440 Knights Park

2021/22 entry – Costs for a 40-week accommodation licence for Art Foundation students

Costs per weekHall of residenceRoom typeCost for the yearClosest campus
£153 a week Clayhill En-suite £6,120 Penrhyn Road
£156 a week Middle Mill Standard £6,240 Knights Park

Undergraduate room costs

Below is a list of room costs for the halls you can apply for as an undergraduate student. You will have a 40 week room licence.

2022/23 entry – Costs for a 40-week accommodation licence for undergraduate students

Costs per weekHall of residenceRoom typeCost for the yearClosest campus
£115 a week Seething Wells Micro en-suite £4,600 Penrhyn Road
£142 a week Seething Wells Budget en-suite £5,680 Penrhyn Road
£158 a week Clayhill En-suite £6,320 Penrhyn Road
£161 a week Middle Mill Standard £6,440 Knights Park
£175 a week Seething Wells Smaller standard en-suite £7,000 Penrhyn Road
£183 a week Chancellors Hall Standard en-suite £7,320 Kingston Hill
£185 a week Seething Wells Standard en-suite £7,400 Penrhyn Road
£183 a week Walkden Standard en-suite £7,320 Kingston Hill
£206 a week Seething Wells Premium en-suite £8,240 Penrhyn Road

2021/22 entry – Costs for a 40-week accommodation licence for undergraduate students

Costs per weekHall of residenceRoom typeCost for the yearClosest campus
£112 a week Seething Wells Micro en-suite £4,480 Penrhyn Road
£139 a week Seething Wells Budget en-suite £5,560 Penrhyn Road
£153 a week Clayhill En-suite £6,120 Penrhyn Road
£156 a week Middle Mill Standard £6,240 Knights Park
£176 a week Chancellors Hall Standard en-suite £7,040 Kingston Hill
£176 a week * Seething Wells Classic en-suite £7,040 * Penrhyn Road
£176 a week Seething Wells Standard en-suite £7,040 Penrhyn Road
£176 a week Walkden Standard en-suite £7,040 Kingston Hill
£199 a week Seething Wells Premium en-suite £7,960 Penrhyn Road

* A discounted rent will be applied when you move into a refurbished room.

PGCE room costs

Below is a list of room costs for the halls you can apply for as a PGCE student. You will have a 43 week room licence to fit the length of your academic term.

2022/23 entry – Costs for a 43-week accommodation licence for PGCE students

Costs per weekHall of residenceRoom typeCost for the yearClosest campus
£161 a week Chancellors Hall Affordable en-suite £6,923 Kingston Hill
£183 a week Chancellors Hall Standard en-suite £7,869 Kingston Hill

2021/22 entry – Costs for a 43-week accommodation licence for PGCE students

Costs per weekHall of residenceRoom typeCost for the yearClosest campus
£156 a week Chancellors Hall Affordable en-suite £6,708 Kingston Hill
£176 a week Chancellors Hall Standard en-suite £7,568 Kingston Hill

Nursing and Midwifery room costs

Below is a list of room costs for the halls you can apply for as a Nursing and Midwifery student. You will have a 50 week room licence to fit the length of your academic term.

2022/23 entry – Costs for a 50-week accommodation licence for Nursing and Midwifery students

Costs per weekHall of residenceRoom typeCost for the yearClosest campus
£175 a week Seething Wells Smaller standard en-suite £8,750 Penrhyn Road
£183 a week Chancellors Hall Standaard en-suite £9,150 Kingston Hill
£185 a week Seething Wells Standard en-suite £9,250 Penrhyn Road
£183 a week Walkden Standard en-suite £9,150 Kingston Hill

2021/22 entry – Costs for a 50-week accommodation licence for Nursing and Midwifery students

Costs per weekHall of residenceRoom typeCost for the yearClosest campus
£139 a week Seething Wells Budget en-suite £6,950 Penrhyn Road
£156 a week Chancellors Hall Affordable en-suite £7,800 Kingston Hill
£176 a week * Seething Wells Classic en-suite £8,800 * Penrhyn Road
£176 a week Walkden Standard en-suite £8,800 Kingston Hill

* A discounted rent will be applied when you move into a refurbished room.

Postgraduate room costs

Below is a list of room costs for the halls you can apply for as a postgraduate student. You will have a 50 week room licence to fit the length of your academic term.

2022/23 entry – Costs for a 50-week accommodation licence for postgraduate students

Costs per weekHall of residenceRoom typeCost for the yearClosest campus
£115 a week Seething Wells Micro en-suite £5,750 Penrhyn Road
£142 a week Seething Wells Budget en-suite £7,100 Penrhyn Road
£158 a week Clayhill Standard en-suite £7,900 Penrhyn Road
£161 a week Middle Mill Standard £8,050 Knights Park
£175 a week Seething Wells Smaller standard en-suite £8,750 Penrhyn Road
£185 a week Seething Wells Standard en-suite £9,250 Penrhyn Road
£194 a week Chancellors Hall Premium en-suite £9,700  Kingston Hill
£206 a week Seething Wells Premium en-suite £10,300 Penrhyn Road

2021/22 entry – Costs for a 50-week accommodation licence for postgraduate students

Costs per weekHall of residenceRoom typeCost for the yearClosest campus
£153 a week Clayhill En-suite £7,650 Penrhyn Road
£156 a week Chancellors Hall Affordable en-suite £7,800 Kingston Hill
£156 a week Middle Mill Standard £7,800 Knights Park
£176 a week * Seething Wells Classic en-suite £8,800 * Penrhyn Rd
£188 a week Chancellors Hall Premium en-suite £9,400  Kingston Hill

* A discounted rent will be applied when you move into a refurbished room.

How to pay your halls fee

Payment by instalment

The most common way to pay halls fees is through instalments, provided you have set up a Recurring Card Payment Instruction (RCP) using an International or UK issued bank card. (Please note, if you are from the USA and will be fully funding your studies with Federal Student Loans, please do not set up an RCP as your hall fees will be deducted from your loans.)

If you do not have a RCP in place you will be required to pay the years' accommodation fees in full.

The University's halls fees instalment plan, with number of weeks' rent for each instalment, is as follows – please read the tables below to see which instalment plan you will be on.

2022/23 entry

Licence typeInstalment 1
13 October 2022
Instalment 2
19 January 2023
Instalment 3
11 May 2023
40 weeks:
Standard licence
16 weeks rent
(40% of annual rent)
16 weeks rent
(40% of annual rent)
8 weeks rent
(20% of annual rent)
43 weeks:
PGCE students
38% of annual rent 38% of annual rent 24% of annual rent
50 weeks:
Nursing and Midwifery students
and
Postgraduate students
18 weeks rent
(36% of annual rent)
16 weeks rent
(32% of annual rent)
16 weeks rent
(32% of annual rent)

2021/22 entry

Licence typeInstalment 1
14 October 2021
Instalment 2
20 January 2022
Instalment 3
12 May 2022
40 weeks:
Standard licence
16 weeks rent
(40% of annual rent)
16 weeks rent
(40% of annual rent)
8 weeks rent
(20% of annual rent)
43 weeks:
PGCE students,
FdA PE and Sports Activity students
38% of annual rent 38% of annual rent 24% of annual rent
50 weeks:
Nursing and Midwifery students
and
Postgraduate students
18 weeks rent
(36% of annual rent)
16 weeks rent
(32% of annual rent)
16 weeks rent
(32% of annual rent)
New students joining in
December 2021 or January 2022
on any Licence period
n/a 60% of annual rent 40% of annual rent

Payment in full

If you choose to pay your halls rent in FULL, you should pay it by 4 October 2021. This payment can be made online by credit/debit card using the University's secure payment website.

If you are an international student, this payment can also be made using Kingston University's payments platform powered by our partner Western Union Business Solutions. This allows you, your parents and sponsors to pay GBP student fees in the currency of your choice and provides you with a simple and secure way to make your payment.

Please read the University's Money Matters booklets for full details.

What is a Recurring Card Payment and how is it set up?

A Recurring Card Payment Instruction (RCP) is a free and easy service that enables us to collect payments from your account automatically on the instalment dates detailed above.

You can set up a Recurring Card Payment (RCP) using either a UK or International issued bank card (but not a forex card).

If you require more information on how to set up an RCP we have created a helpful video on instalments which can be viewed in the 'Methods of Payment' section of our How to Pay Your Fees page.

Please contact the Finance Accounts Receivable team on +44 (0)20 8417 3333 if you need any help.

Remember: There must be enough money in your account to meet the payment at the time it is collected otherwise your bank may make a charge to your account for each default. If you cancel your RCP with your bank or the University, you forfeit the choice to pay by instalment and your full outstanding fee will become payable immediately. If you do not have a RCP in place you will be required to pay the years' accommodation fees in full.

Any questions?

Please get in touch if you have any queries for the accommodation team at Kingston University.