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Accommodation in Canterbury
Applying to St George's Centre
- QUARANTINE PROVISION:
- Not yet specified
- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning.
- OPEN DAYS:
- Canterbury on-campus open day on 20th Nov & Medway on-campus open day on 16th Oct.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- The universities aim is to provide you with an outstanding education that includes significant on-campus teaching, supported by online activities. Each course will tailor its blended learning to the needs of its students and the requirements of your course.
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The accommodation is next to a pub and you can hear loud music every single night. Please we are students, we need to work on our assignment! . Stay away from here unless you 're keen to fight the noise when writing a paper! The sofa in the kitchen is dirty and broken.
Do not come here unless you like to be harassed by security, and fined by house keeping for the smallest of issues and treated like a child. In my experience staying at St.Georges centre has not been nice at all, although the rooms are a nice size they did not come clean or refurbished, my best advice is to stay away from this accommodation.
I moved into this accommodation September 2016. I love it here this locatoin is great being just minutes away from the main high street and the campus. This only downside is being so close to Steinbeck and Shaw you can here the base from the club at night and if your at the front the people leaving the club. Being in a block its easy to meet other people from different flats on the stairs and the SU bar. The wifi speed is good however the download speed is slow unless you pay extra. The rooms are a good size and are fairly modern however it is REALLY warm once you get inside your flat. I'm on the third floor so it is really warm.