Student Removals East London

For Student Removals in East London call us!

Man and Van East London Student Removals Telephone Number 07904460007

20% discount for every student moving to and from
student accommodation within the East London area.

East London Man & Van is ideally situated to move students in and around East London as we are very near to the University Campuses.

How Much Does It Cost?

For a Single Trip move, the price can be as little as £32
quid as long as it’s within 1 hour.


Remember, the man and van price does go up when more time is involved perhaps because of stairs/lifts or when parking in East London is difficult.


Self portrait with new van...

As a UK student, you’ll be joining one of the many interesting communities on the planet. You will have a chance to try much of what the UK has to offer. Whether it is the stage shows, art galleries, museums restaurants & bars or in the lecture hall and library.

First of all; Preparation is key for studying in the UK.

You’ve applied for your course and got an offer from your desired college or university, and so to ensure your time goes well, there are still arrangements to make.

Your school, college or university will offer advice before you leave for the UK, sometimes helping you to find accommodation and solid clues about living and enjoying your life here in the United Kingdom.

The primary days or weeks in a new environment can be upsetting yet energizing. Remember to make time to contact your family either by email or phone, as they’ll want to know you are settling in and how you’re getting on.

You may find that some things are not quite the same as the way that you’re used to, especially if you’re new to the UK. Think about joining an international orientation programme, if your college or university has one, as this will acquaint you to the many aspects of living and studying here in the UK. The social activities will also give you an opportunity to meet new friends.

Many college and universities also offer an induction for both international and UK students.; an opportunity to be introduced to your course and meet tutors.

There’ll be a chance to attend societies, clubs and social events organised by the Students Union during Freshers’ week.

Let the classes begin, and it’s time for the hard work to start!