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- QUARANTINE PROVISION:
- Not yet specified
- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning.
- OPEN DAYS:
- On-campus open day on 16th Oct & 13th Nov. Virtual open day on 4th Dec.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- The universities teaching will be delivered safely through the Chester blend which includes both online and in person learning.
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De Bunsen Hall is where all your nightmares come into form of a building. Such a basic kitchen with a row of endless cupboards and really rubbish laundry facilities, not a single tumble dryer in sight. Basic "common room" which consists of really uncomfortable "sofas" which are just plush chairs and a massive wooden table slapped in the middle, a nice lick of paint onto the drab walls wouldn't even make the room liveable. Basic rooms as well, the bed is just a glorified army bed with really basic furniture, for the size of my room I had what would be classed as a hotel wardrobe. The drains in the bathroom (mine was ensuite) would clog up all the time as it couldn't handle more than 3 minutes of water plus the shower is what you would see at a swimming pool, yes I mean the ones where you have to constantly push the button to get the water. Cleaning, well the cleaners were caught taking peoples stuff and locking it away in their own cupboard, we found so many kitchen utensils and pans.