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- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning.
- OPEN DAYS:
- On-campus open days on 17th & 18th Jun.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- They plan to deliver as much in-person learning as possible, including lectures, seminars, and laboratories on campus. They’ll retain some of the more effective elements of blended learning that have been well received by students. They require all staff and students to wear a face-covering inside buildings on campus.
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- Really nice, modern interior! Lots of storage space in rooms and kitchen. The heating is really good. Basic rooms are quite v small. - Ensuite is enough. Sink is fairly small and the floor gets wet after each shower. - Location is amazing. Lots of gorcery shops close by. Clubs are between 5-15min walk away. University is a 10min walk up the steep st michaels hill. - Socialising isnt as good as other halls, theres only a few events organised during the year. Social space is nice but during the day its occupied by staff. - Cleaning of kitchen is 2x a week but youre expected to clean it before they agree to clean surfaces and hoover. - Most of the staff is nice, managment can be so rude to sensitive situations and refuse to solve issues. - lift is "broken" but It pretty much works, you can only use it for goods and they refuse to fix it. - 24h notice when they come to your room. They knock and then walk in even is youre not ready or even there. Common in all halls but still weird
33 Colston Street is a UoB managed accommodation in Bristol City Centre and only a 12 minute walk to the heart of the Clifton Campus. State of the art, modern facilities, with fantastic rooms and kitchen space, make this one of the best University of Bristol halls to live in. It also has secure bike storage. The social experience isn't as good as in Stoke Bishop residences, from what I have heard. However, it is nonetheless still great for socialising and making friends.
Best student experience you can get. 4 Minutes to engineering building, all shops around, clean, spacious and study spaces (really help as I can't study in my room). Most importantly is the friendships between flats and the amazing parties. In other words; GO FOR IT!
Halls were very small, I could touch each side wall of my bedroom with my hands when I stood in the middle of the room. I think Bristol university bought the building and developed them into nice flats after I left.
It was lit fam.
colston street is a great practical place to live, so close to the university itself and to shops, bars, clubs, pubs etc.