Distance to Chiswick Park
- Tube/ Bus: 25 minutes
- Cycling: 45 minutes
Following our exciting move to Chiswick Park in West London, we are now offering managed student accommodation for both undergraduate and postgraduate students.
Our recommended provider for this accommodation is iQ Haywood House in West Hampstead, a 25 minute, one-train journey from Chiswick Park. With brilliant transport links making central London accessible in 10 minutes, Haywood House is located in a vibrant area with a strong sense of community and village feel.
The accommodation offers en suite rooms in shared apartments and studios with a range of attractive social spaces, regular events and great onsite facilities, including a gym, cinema and free, super-fast WiFi.
Haywood House will also feature our award-winning student support system including Resident Assistants (RAs) and Resident Directors (RDs). The Residence Life team, who are student staff living in the same accommodation, know the University and London well so are excellent resources in the first weeks of term. They also support students throughout their stay, providing active pastoral care through guidance and advice.
We have provided more information on iQ Haywood House below. For more options with other private providers, we have also included some suggestions.
If you need somewhere to stay while you look for accommodation, please visit our short stay options page, which may also be a handy reference for visiting friends and family in the future.
With the help of our students, you’ll see how easy this 25 minute journey is, with one direct train, and a short walk at each end from the accommodation at iQ Haywood House in West Hampstead to the Richmond American University London in Chiswick Park
Make your home in charming iQ Haywood House, a proper urban village with great shops and a relaxed community feel.
Distance to Chiswick Park
Gold en suite plus per week – from £385.22
Gold en suite per week – from £373.70
Undergraduate, Postgraduate and full year Study Abroad students can book a minimum of 40 weeks, while students with us for one semester can book a minimum of 18 weeks.
Find out more about this accommodation option by visiting iQ’s website.
More information is also available in iQ’s 2022-23 resident handbook.
If you are interested in booking accommodation at iQ Haywood House which is managed by iQ Student Accommodation, in the first instance, please contact our Student Affairs Team at firstname.lastname@example.org. They will provide you with more information, answering any questions you may have and ask you to complete a pre-booking form.
You can find more details in our FAQs here.
Once the booking form is complete, Student Affairs will then give you a unique link to apply for housing with iQ Haywood House. You can check availability and book the room of your choice.
There are many student accommodation companies in London. Facilities are varied, but they offer an opportunity to live in accommodation with other international students around the city centre. Richmond’s semesters start earlier than most UK universities, and finish in early May– so be sure to check they can house you from your start date, and that your contract does not run too late into the summer (unless you plan to stay in London).
Costs* (guide prices)
|Chapter||White City / Portobello||£185+ per week|
|The Cube||Ealing||£190+ per week|
|Grad Pad – Exclusively for Postgrad students||White City or Battersea||£233 to £466 per week|
|International Students House||Regents Park||£175 to £285 per week|
|iQ Hammersmith||Hammersmith||£330 to £455 per week|
|Lee Abbey||Kensington||£180 to £310 per week|
|Lightfoot Hall||Chelsea||£190 to £400 per week|
|The Lyra||North Acton||£215+ per week|
|Ravenscourt Park||Hammersmith/Ravenscourt part||£275+ per week|
|Unite||Various London locations||£180 to £400 per week|
|Yara Student Housing||Holland Park||£305 to £390 per week|
* costs may have changed since publication, please check with the provider.
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For more information contact our Student Affairs Team at email@example.com.