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Accommodation in Cardiff
Applying to Glamorgan Court
- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning.
- OPEN DAYS:
- On-campus open day on 18th Jun.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- All of their existing Covid-related restrictions for learning and teaching have ended. This includes the removal of restrictions on the number of students that they can have in our learning and teaching facilities. All of their on-campus facilities and services are available. Face coverings are not mandatory, but individuals are welcome to wear them.
Read Glamorgan Court Reviews
Absolutely atrocious. Avoid like the plague, infested with insects, appliances exploded, overall horrendous experience. Go to Mountain Halls even if you have to pimp yourself out to afford it.
Not a bad place to live I think there should be more social spaces as theres is only one around
These halls are totally the worst experience any human can imagine! Upon arriving, the rooms were grubby and the cupboards in the kitchen were total trash. Luckily enough, I've been provided with a small cubby in the fridge and someone nicked my freezer shelf! Plenty of social life right there! On top of that, I'm paying £100+ a week to live on the top of a bloody massive hill, with no nearby facilities all to hear a bunch of alcohol infused "young adults" getting off their faces at three in the morning when I have a class at nine! Not worth it one bit, looking forward to moving out into a student house with my friends next year! I want my money back!
Small room with a wet room.
These halls are quite basic but has all the essentials. All rooms have ensuites which is great!
So glad to be leaving halls.
very nice but ling walk from T block to lecturers
Glamorgan court is average, it's great for social experience and great value for money, the accommodation staff are with you 24/7 only closed 2 days a year I think! Internet could be upgraded as sometimes it is very slow!
Clean. Problems with accommodation and included furniture quickly resolved.