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- TEACHING DELIVERY STATUS:
- Confirmed Sept/Oct start
- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning
- OPEN DAYS:
- Virtual open day has taken place
- TEACHING NOTES:
- Large lectures will take the form of high-quality and enhanced online learning activities. Where social distancing requirements can be met, on-campus engagement will likely take the form of small-group teaching.
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I met some great people there and the room was very comfortable. It was great that the ensuite had actual showers (not wet room style). It was pretty quiet, which I appreciated. The kitchens, however, had no windows so they smelled terrible. It was always a mess. The location is great though. It's about a five minute walk to the city centre, ten minutes to Albany Road, and about 10 minute walk to the main building.
Met so many wonderful people here! It's not like traditional halls with set flats, you can move freely around the building and make friends with everyone! It's also really close to town and the food at Trevithick is also fab
Russell view was one of the cheapest halls around ntu and by far the nicest and best value for money. The only disappointment was that people, me included, didn't really integrate in the common room and I found wasn't as sociable as the other halls. Other than that I would definitely recommend and am staying here for 2nd year.
Gordon Hall is great and I have met some of my closest friends at uni living here. Good points include, great ensuite bathrooms, brilliant location close to town, no closed flats, open corridors (great for socialising) and its a small place with no on site staff (thats a good thing!) The only issues are the rooms are pretty small, cleaners are very picky about room inspections and the only common rooms are the kitchens which are small and have no windows.
This is a small halls but that meant that everyone new everyone else in the halls. There was always some group ready to party but if you wanted to stay in to work then it was never noisy. If I could go back I would. Best year of my life in Gordon halls. Also it was really close to town and all the campuses!