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Im planning to study a MA program at Central Saint Martins from January 2020. Can anyone please recommend me the best student halls I should consider??
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Hi there!

Out of the student accommodation provided by the University, I think these are your best options:

Sketch House (Finsbury Park station - 2 stops via Tube)
More information here: https://www.arts.ac.uk/study-at-ual/...e/sketch-house

Glassyard Building (Stockwell station - 8 stops via Tube)
More information here: https://www.arts.ac.uk/study-at-ual/...syard-building

Either or, I would suggest that the best student halls would always be the one that is most well connected via transport to your chosen college. Both of these student halls are on the Victoria Line to Kings Cross, which is Central Saint Martins' nearest tube station. This would lessen the hassle of trying to get back and forth from uni (no changes, no multi-transport, just one simple direct line), making your every day simple and you can just focus on your studies!

If you have any more questions, feel free to ask!

All the Best,
Charlene
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Hi
Im planning to study a MA program at Central Saint Martins from January 2020. Can anyone please recommend me the best student halls I should consider??
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Anonymous #1
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Thank you so much
(Original post by University of the Arts London Student Reps)
Hi there!

Out of the student accommodation provided by the University, I think these are your best options:

Sketch House (Finsbury Park station - 2 stops via Tube)
More information here: https://www.arts.ac.uk/study-at-ual/...e/sketch-house

Glassyard Building (Stockwell station - 8 stops via Tube)
More information here: https://www.arts.ac.uk/study-at-ual/...syard-building

Either or, I would suggest that the best student halls would always be the one that is most well connected via transport to your chosen college. Both of these student halls are on the Victoria Line to Kings Cross, which is Central Saint Martins' nearest tube station. This would lessen the hassle of trying to get back and forth from uni (no changes, no multi-transport, just one simple direct line), making your every day simple and you can just focus on your studies!

If you have any more questions, feel free to ask!

All the Best,
Charlene
Student Rep.
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Im starting at CSM in Jan 2020 as well. Which course are you going for? Were you able to find Uni accommodation?
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Im planning to study a MA program at Central Saint Martins from January 2020. Can anyone please recommend me the best student halls I should consider??
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