Applying to Springfields
- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning.
- OPEN DAYS:
- Register interest for the next open day.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- The vast majority of its on-campus practical/workshop/laboratory sessions will return to normal face-to-face delivery. Some of its more populated lectures (with 50 students or more) will need to be moved to an online format to ensure they can accommodate everyone. Students should wear facemasks in communal and busy areas across our University.
Read Springfields Reviews
Springfield accommodation is very old but is right in the centre of the uni! This is very useful! There are no social rooms or large kitchens as it is catered accommodation. This means that there is not a place to chill with friends but just keep your room tidy! Rooms all vary in size but are not small. The showers are fine and sharing between 6 is not hard. This also applies for the toilets.
Okay despite not expecting much and the Springfields slowly being refurbished they arent completely awful to live in and ive enjoyed my stay in Springfield 2! First things first, they are the oldest halls at the uni and the most outdated. Springfields 1-4 all have single glazing and my window actually fell out where the wood is so old on the frame. The kitchen is tiny which is expected due to being part of the catered halls and there isnt any wifi in the buildings (only if you life in the self catered buildings are there) but you can easily set up your own wifi if you have a router or a Apple MacBook Pro. Each room has a sink and a mirror and all in all its great to live in. As long as you get on with your housemates you wont care about the room!