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Applying to Brendon Court
- TEACHING DELIVERY STATUS:
- Confirmed Sept/Oct start
- TEACHING MODE:
- Online learning
- OPEN DAYS:
- Register interest for next virtual open day.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- The university can now able to resume practical elements of in-person teaching and learning for some undergraduate students who are studying practical or practice-based subjects and require specialist equipment and facilities from 8 March. They are unable to invite any other students to return for in-person learning in line with Government restrictions.
Read Brendon Court Reviews
Very expensive but so is all accommodation in Bath. All campus accommodation is very close together, and the campus is quite small so you’re close to everywhere you need to go. Social space was closed for a lot of the year due to Covid, and there was only one social space for a building of over 100 people.
I liked the fact it was a big accomodation so it was easy to meet lots of new people and make lots of friends. I liked the fact it was really close to lots of facilities and things I might need. I thought the cleaners did a great job. I felt that the rooms were very small and a bit claustrophobic. The social spaces were closed for most of the year because of covid which meant there was nowhere for people to hang out. The walls were very thin. But overall I had a nice time there
Brendon Court is a very social and fun hall to be in. There are lots of different nationalities and a great group cohesiveness, making the challenge of finding friends and going out together easy and exciting. The living conditions however, are not great. The building is outdated, the kitchen much to small to compensate for 40 students per floor, the cleaning not always done well and the furniture subpar. Insolation is lacking, meaning rooms become damp and cold in the winter months, closet space is lacking. If you are lucky enough to get a corner room, the downsides are less apparent, but if you have the standard small room, then Brendon Court can be a bit of a pain to live in.