William Temple House is home to 50 full-time students from all over the world, of many faiths and none. Our accommodation is a self-catering residence open to full-time students aged between 18 and 30.

About us



For further information email us at: applications@internationalstudentsclub.co.uk

William Temple House is rare among student houses - big enough that you’ll meet many new people, but small enough to create a real sense of community. We select candidates (regardless of their background) in order to create a varied household from all over the world and many different academic disciplines.

We also have a commitment to organising regular events, particularly those suggested by residents, including themed film nights, trips to the theatre and walks in the countryside. And, with Earl's Court station just around the corner, it's really easy to get around London! We're a registered charity with a non-profit ethos, receiving no direct funding from the Church, Government or Universities. The house is entirely funded by accommodation fees, which are reinvested in the house and its activities.


  • "William Temple House is a fantastic introduction to London... it fosters true connections and friendships among the residents."

    ~ Kiera Oluwunmi

  • "Life at WTH was my perfect balance for work and play and without doubt the best 2 years of my university life!"

    ~ Arathi Menon-Veilex

  • "...a fantastic facility for students from all over the world ...met many interesting people ..."

    ~ Sebastian Dooley

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William TempleWilliam Temple House is named after Archbishop William Temple, a great figure in the history of the Church of England. He served as Bishop of Manchester, Archbishop of York and Archbishop of Canterbury. Read more...