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King’s named as the most unaffordable university for accommodation

Average rental property is said to be £5,953 PCM

King’s College London has been named the worst UK university for student accommodation affordability. have revealed that the average rental property around King’s campuses could set you back £5,953 per month.

King's cost over £2,590 more than runner-up UCL and over £5000 more than the University of Sheffield who topped the ranking of most affordable student accommodation, with an average rent of £863 per month.

These statistics are based on figures taken from the property search tools.

Data from Zoopla found that there are currently 838 rental properties within a 1 mile radius of King’s.

With a student body of approximately 18,200 undergraduates, this means 21 students are left battling it out for a single property.

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