We accept non-UK guarantors and
only require a six weeks' deposit.
Now welcoming undergraduates.
For 12 years, Malden Hall provided accommodation for 22 university students who lived in 5 flats. In 2011 five rooms were removed and a huge building project was undertaken to increase the number of flats from 5 to 10. Six new flats were built and the remaining 4 were refurbished so that Malden Hall is now a home away from home for 40 university students each year.
Based on the success of the previous layout of the flats, I stuck with the same formula of 4 university students to a flat, each with their own shower room but sharing a communal kitchen. I have found that this system works well as typically university students arrive knowing no-one else and this is a quick way to meet other students. Once a flat is filled, I introduce all the tenants to each other by email and also if I find that there are students in different flats starting the same course, I put them in touch too. I’m often asked to introduce those coming from the same country too so that by the time people arrive at Malden Hall, they have already been in contact with quite a few people.
If you are looking for a nice and modern flat which is only 15 minutes away from Kingston Hill Campus and 25 minutes away from London Waterloo, you are very well-advised to apply for a flat in Malden Hall. Malden Hall gets you the best of both worlds: enough privacy and the possibility to meet other postgraduate students. The quiet environment, the proximity to Kingston University and a fast internet connection provide excellent conditions for studying. Additionally, I really appreciated the nice Korean, Indian and Italian restaurants, all of which are within 3 minutes walking distance. I have really enjoyed my time here!
Malden Hall is the perfect place to live as a postgraduate student. The flats allow for personal privacy and quietness, but also the opportunity to meet new people and make some great friends! I was nervous about moving to a different country for the first time, and starting postgraduate study. Malden Hall is near a train stop that takes you directly to London Waterloo, and it is situated near the 131 bus stop which can take you to Kingston, Wimbledon, university, etc! Would highly recommend living here. Rooms are dry and warm and there are all the facilities here that one would need.
Being a Post-graduate student starting at a new University I had all the apprehension of finding somewhere to live and meeting new people. Malden Hall is the perfect answer in that it is full of Postgraduate students all in the same situation. The flats are great in that you have your own privacy yet living in halls provides an ideal situation to get to know all the other students living there. I subsequently met some great new friends. The Halls are in a perfect location for University and only a short way from central London so you are never short of something to do with all your new friends. Malden Hall is great for answering all your worries about starting somewhere new!
Moving to England from Florida was a massive and intimidating feat; one that could have frightened me enough and stopped me from going after my goal. The bonds I have made with the other tenants made my experience in England a cherished one. Even though Malden Hall is fully furnished, close to Kingston campuses, and any other amenities you could need, the friendships and comfort have meant much more to me.
Malden Hall is a wonderful, hassle free place to live. It's a clean, peaceful and quiet property with friendly tenants and excellent, efficient management. I'm thoroughly enjoying living at Malden Hall and will be sad to leave when my contract is over.
I had never lived away from home before I moved to Kingston so I was very apprehensive at the start but as soon as I moved in all my worries went away. I was made to feel very welcome and made friends instantly. I have made friends here that will be friends for life. Malden Hall is in a really good location as Kingston and Wimbledon are a bus ride away, getting into central London is extremlely easy. Moving to Kingston and choosing Malden Hall to live in has been one of the best decisions I have ever made.
I’ve lived in plenty of halls and apartment complexes, but I’ve never gotten to know my neighbours as well as I have this year. When I first moved in, I was really nervous, since I didn’t know a single person on this side of the world. But living at Malden Hall gave me the chance to make 39 new friends by the end of my first week here. Now, my closest friends in London are the people I live with, and I definitely hope to keep in touch long after we leave Malden Hall.