AccommodationLondon offers a huge range of accommodation options for an even wider range of budgets. We recommend five options for NCH students.
Fees & FundingInformation about the NCH London tuition fees and funding options for the 2019/20 academic year.
The NCH DiplomaStudied by all undergraduates at the College, the NCH Diploma complements, enriches and further contextualises your degree.
Why Choose NCH?NCH offers a unique, academically rigorous, liberal arts-inspired curriculum with highly personalised teaching, including 'gold standard' one-to-one tutorials.
Responding to Your OfferWe want you to make the right decision for you and your future, find out more about responding to your offer.
Before You Arrive at NCHSome useful advice to help you make the best of your time at NCH and in London.
Preparing for Freshers' WeekFreshers’ Week is your ‘welcome to university’ week. It takes place during the week before teaching starts in the Michaelmas term.
"The close-knit community of NCH is a particular perk as you are able to form friends quickly, whilst also being able to spread out your social life elsewhere in London. The unbelievable friendliness of staff and students made me feel immediately welcome from the very first day and I felt like we were all, collectively, an essential part of the College. This is what I will remember most about NCH."Maria Temporal, English BA with Economics (Lond/NCH, 2016)
"Lots of universities provide a good education, but NCH combines academic rigour with practical application in an unrivalled way. One-to-one tutorials not only made me better at my subjects, they made me better at articulating my thoughts and defending my arguments – skills I use every day at work. LAUNCH provides a platform to hone and test those skills; weekly, in depth, and with support. I have no doubt that without NCH I wouldn’t be doing what I am today."Tahmid Chowdhury, Law LLB with English (Lond/NCH, 2016)
"Even though we're new, and therefore smaller than most universities, the atmosphere is awesome and I feel like I'm friends with my whole year group, rather than just a few people that I happen to sit with in seminars. There are plenty of clubs and societies, and the social side of college life is so much better than I expected - there is pretty much something happening every night."Soila Apparicio, Politics & IR BSc with History (Lond/NCH, 2016)