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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 The Hub
- 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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Overpriced, poor decorative upkeep, slightly isolated! Was definitely one of the more antisocial halls for my year, however that would depend on your flatmates. The location was mediocre, about a 20 minute bus ride from town, annoying to get back from a night out. Lack of social space in the flat, literally just a small kitchen and no lounge.
This place was a nightmare to live in. The Kitchen: Just poorly constructed with clearly no thought put into the design and built in a hurry, most of the space was falling apart and will probably need a total new installation in a year of two (despite being built in 2013). The Room: Nothing special I had something similar when studying for undergrad, only it cost me a fraction of the price (Brighton will tell you it's Brighton area prices but that's BS as its not near the center and University of Sussex has similar accommodation for a lower prices).The room was constantly too hot even with the heating off. The biggest issue though was the fact my room was facing a construction site, which was less than 15m away every morning woken up by building work and every evening kept awake by the lighting the builders left on. absolutely no attempts were made to reduce the impact of the building work and no one cared which really sums up the whole experience.