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Applying to Moulsecoomb Place
- QUARANTINE PROVISION:
- Not yet specified
- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning.
- OPEN DAYS:
- Virtual open day on 13th Nov.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- All students will have timetabled on-campus, in-person learning – dependent on their course, this will include seminars and tutorials etc. Most students will have some remote learning – for example, some large group lectures.
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Not worth staying in this accommodation, a very bad experience. Anti-social behaviour from other residential students who are 24/7 drunk and shouting outside. Students doing drugs, not only that I've witness drug dealers selling drugs to students. Nothing is done by members of staff.
Value for Money: You are catered during the week and this makes everything a lot easier to be able to concentrate on your studies as all you don't need to worry too much about cooking after lectures Location: Less than 2 minutes walk to lecture theatres Hall Management: The issues that may occur are attended to at the time the incident is mentioned Cleaning: Twice a week Common Room/ Social Spaces/ Social Experience: because all the student flats at these halls are close to each other, this allows for everyone to make friends quickly. Internet: PERFECT!
It's good but has that lived in feel. There's obviously small little things to it that make it feel like older buildings. Slight mould, mixed furnishings, old carpets etc. However despite that it feels homely and the staff are always very friendly. Living right next to Uni, a bus stop, and the train station makes up for the location slightly out of town and there's never really many problems with noise.