|Water Lane Apartments||#29|
|115 Queen's Road||#30|
Applying to Richmond Terrace
- 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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My flats mates were the best but I felt like the it was overpriced
Richmond terrace has so many great things going for it. For starters, it's a beautiful row of white late-18th century houses and is just really nice to look at. It's basically next door to the students' union which is generally relatively under-used given the size of the university (this is mostly due to the fact that half of first years live in stoke bishop) so by living right by it you get the run of the place to yourself and it's got some great facilities (incl. swimming pool). Richmond terrace is right on the edge of clifton so you get the best of both worlds by living just 5 minutes from the triangle where all the clubs, restaurants and shops are, as well as having the quiet, posh beauty that is clifton village the other side. Richmond Terrace has flats in which one or two of the rooms are shares. This means that there is a possibility that your flat of 6 will become a flat of 4 before christmas, which some may feel is a little small. That's probably the only real downside.
really good, close to the uni and as part of manor hall cheap bar. common room never used as nothing to do in it
Lovely big rooms and the location is amazing. Bad common room & it's expensive!