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Accommodation in Cambridge
Anglia House offers en-suite rooms and studios
Prime location, great communal area & modern rooms
Only a 15-min walk to Anglia Ruskin University
Applying to Swinhoe Hall
- TEACHING DELIVERY STATUS:
- Confirmed Sept/Oct start
- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning
- OPEN DAYS:
- 7th & 28th Nov
- TEACHING NOTES:
- Blended learning approach that combines both online and on-campus teaching. Students will be able to access the campus every day and will be taught in smaller groups. Essex has moved to Government's three-tier COVID-19 alert system to high (middle tier). Education is classed as an essential service so teaching, learning and student support operations on campus are not affected.
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i am in a twin room here and have found it great value for money the room is clean and spacious. the bathrooms are great however they have just been refurbished on my floor. some flats had new kitchens and others new bathrooms. our kitchen is still old and needs replacing it has a very dirty floor it is small and the table in the middle cannot be moved and you cannot walk either side of it to use the sink or open the doors properly. the cleaners clean the bathroom and empty the bins in the kitchen 3 times a week the level of cleaning in the bathroom depends on which cleaner has cleaned it. no one in my flat cleans the bathroom themselves so i can't complain. the internet is sometimes down for a few hours but living next door to the library if i need to do something urgently i can use the wifi in there. the maintenance team are great i have had several problems with the window in my flat also the electrics went off one night. great location for 1st years.
It's the cheapest and the best. It's all very open so great for getting to know people, the kitchens are big and can be used for socialising (we always used ours for pres and squashed a fair few people in). All the snobs go to the expensive halls so it's full.of lovely down to earth people. It's right next to uni so you can roll into your lectures. The rooms have sinks and fridges which is ideal. (can make a cup of tea without leaving the room). The shared toilets are very basic and a bit dingy but you'll get used to that and it's with it cause you're not paying a fortune
It was decent ... it’s not the 5 seasons but you have everything you need in a home, except a social area, but it seems like the residents use the garden and the common kitchens for that so it isn’t that big of a deal... super chilled vibes and is literally a minute walk to the ARU library !
The halls that the highland has to offer are very poor. They are very run down and very old fashioned. You basically get what you pay for as they are cheap. However they are gradually going up in price which Is not very fair considering the students have only a bursery to live on.