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Accommodation in Bath
Student Castle offers a range of stylish studios
Great location, on-site gym and communal lounge
45-minute bus journey to Bath Spa University
Applying to Newton Park Halls
- TEACHING DELIVERY STATUS:
- Confirmed Sept/Oct start
- TEACHING MODE:
- Online learning
- OPEN DAYS:
- Virtual open day has taken place
- TEACHING NOTES:
- On the 8th March students can access on campus facilities and teaching only for level 6 and 7 students. On the 12th April expected government guidance on return to blended learning for all other courses.
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The halls are okay. The cheaper ones on lakeside are usually bigger than the more expensive ones at the top of campus. But you do have to share a shower and toilet in the cheaper ones. If you have a games console or a PC then you will be relying on wireless internet. Unless you live in the more expensive rooms as they have fitted Ethernet cables. I had a fun time on campus. Honestly, the best thing about the university is living on Newton Park. It's so quiet on a night with the lake. Really beautiful place. However, the buses are expensive and every year there was an increase in price yet the buses don't seem to get any better. They have no AC (Bath University buses do!) , very little suspension and you can really feel every bump as the driver speeds up the small roadway to commons bus stop usually because they're late. ALL THE TIME. They are so unreliable. I wish my course was based at Sion Hill or the other, recently renovated grounds. At least I could get to them easier.