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Accommodation in Brighton
Student Castle offers stylish studios
Common room, study areas & stunning roof terrace
Only a 3-min walk to University of Brighton
Applying to Chalvington
- TEACHING DELIVERY STATUS:
- Confirmed Sept/Oct start
- TEACHING MODE:
- Online learning
- OPEN DAYS:
- 27th May, 19th June & 10th July
- TEACHING NOTES:
- In-person teaching and learning for students who are studying practical or practice-based courses (including creative arts) which require specialist equipment and facilities will resume from Monday 8 March. Students studying courses which can reasonably be continued online (humanities, social science and all courses taught by the Brighton Business School) should continue to study remotely until further notice.
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The halls themselves are okay. I made some good friends and had a good experience with them. However I don’t think I slept a full night the whole year. Some flat mates seemed to enjoy destroying the flat and people above and below seemed unaware they had neighbours at 3am as they played stupidly loud music. Being catered, it was nice being among other students at dinner time but the food was barely edible. And watch out for the silverfish infestation in the flats!
St James' Point is a good place to stay, just near the Newcastle Business School and Tesco. Short walking to city centre, China town and main campus. However, there still have some disadvantages, for example, if your room facing the stadium it will be noisy when the football match is kick off. in addition, the WiFi siginal is weak, you might lose siginal 2-3times in a day, especially during the midmight.