Student Life

Student Life

Our campus

Your King Stage experience begins in London, one of the most dynamic, cosmopolitan, and fast-paced cities in the world. Innovation is why London is ahead of other cities. What better place to study and get your career off the ground than the financial capital of the world?

King Stage has two campuses, both located in Greenwich, a vibrant, but nevertheless peaceful borough of South-East London, just a short train ride away from central London.

Known for its maritime history, Greenwich is an area rich in culture, home to several universities, and a bustling nightlife with pubs, clubs and restaurants. Greenwich also boasts incredible local sight-seeing spots including the iconic Cutty Sark, a beautiful part of the River Thames, and Greenwich Park with its stunning Royal Observatory, offering gorgeous views across the capital.

King Stage Campus

A campus designed to make you feel comfortable and foster a sense of belonging between students, staff, and faculty. Located a short five-minute walk away from two London Underground train stations.

Greenwich University Campus

Go back in time at Greenwich University and its impressive architecture dating back to 19th century Victorian Britain. You will enjoy the atmosphere of a dynamic campus with many student activities and access to facilities with the latest technology available (library, computer lab).

Events and social activities

Our social programme focuses on your well-being and creating occasions for you to connect with classmates in a different context.

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    Mindfulness sessions

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    Yoga classes

Events and social activities

You will also have access to all student activities offered by Greenwich University which includes a variety of interests from music to sports. There is something for everyone’s taste!

Additionally, we seek to inspire you with a series of conferences and talks where you will have the chance to meet with different leaders and professionals across different fields who will join you to share their passion, success, and failures.

Accommodation

Finding accommodation can sometimes be a bit of a challenge, especially in a foreign country in unfamiliar surroundings. Here are 3 simple steps to help you on your way:

  • Define your budget
    You will need a minimum of £600 per month.
  • Research the area you would like to live in
    Accommodation in Central London tends to be the most expensive. London is a huge city, be mindful of the commute to and from the campus when choosing your accommodation and local area.
  • Choose the type of accommodation best suited to you
    We have the option of studio apartments, shared accommodation and student accommodation.

To help you get started, here are a few links to some reliable agencies:

Name
Property Type
Website
Contact
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My Home GB
Property Type
Shared accommodation
Name
UniAcco
Property Type
Student accommodation
Name
SpareRoom
Property Type
Studios & shared accommodation
Contact
N/A
Name
Student.com
Property Type
Studios & student accommodation
Contact
N/A