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Ashling is one of, if not the most modern block on campus or at least the looks would seem so. It requires a catered package to live there, its premium shared meaning there are effectively 3 bathrooms between 5 which is pretty good, especially since the rooms are very spacious without your own bathroom. Although there is no social space, the kitchen is also one of the larger ones and because it is not in a square its quiet and relatively secluded. My social experience here for my year was pretty poor under my circumstances because 3 people left to be self catered (cheaper) however it feels unlike other accommodation like your really living in your own apartment with more then plenty of cupboards, 2 fridges and as I mentioned before its quite quiet which I thought was nice. We've had the least amount of problems with upkeep or things breaking so I'd say Ashling is the best on campus for a nice stay, quiet study and spacious. I'm sure you can ask me if you have any questions :)

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By member1356017
On 10th April 21
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University of Chichester Hall Rankings


Pinewood House #3
Hammond #4
Longbrook #5
Springfields #6
Ashling #7
Fishbourne Road East #8
Arundel #9
Westgate #10
Havenstoke Close #11
Charlotte House #12

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Most helpful review

Ashling is one of, if not the most modern block on campus or at least the looks would seem so. It requires a catered package to live there, its premium shared meaning there are effectively 3 bathrooms between 5 which is pretty good, especially since the rooms are very spacious without your own bathroom. Although there is no social space, the kitchen is also one of the larger ones and because it is not in a square its quiet and relatively secluded. My social experience here for my year was pretty poor under my circumstances because 3 people left to be self catered (cheaper) however it feels unlike other accommodation like your really living in your own apartment with more then plenty of cupboards, 2 fridges and as I mentioned before its quite quiet which I thought was nice. We've had the least amount of problems with upkeep or things breaking so I'd say Ashling is the best on campus for a nice stay, quiet study and spacious. I'm sure you can ask me if you have any questions :)

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By member1356017
On 10th April 21
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Covid-19 Response

TEACHING MODE:
Blended learning.
OPEN DAYS:
On-campus open days on 1st Oct, 30th Oct & 11th Nov.
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 the University.
This is the latest available data taken from the chi.ac.uk website on 27th July 2022. Read all universities responses in our Covid-19 university response article.

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Student Review: 3 /5
By member1356017 On 10th April 21 verified Verified student

Ashling is one of, if not the most modern block on campus or at least the looks would seem so. It requires a catered package to live there, its premium shared meaning there are effectively 3 bathrooms between 5 which is pretty good, especially since the rooms are very spacious without your own bathroom. Although there is no social space, the kitchen is also one of the larger ones and because it is not in a square its quiet and relatively secluded. My social experience here for my year was pretty poor under my circumstances because 3 people left to be self catered (cheaper) however it feels unlike other accommodation like your really living in your own apartment with more then plenty of cupboards, 2 fridges and as I mentioned before its quite quiet which I thought was nice. We've had the least amount of problems with upkeep or things breaking so I'd say Ashling is the best on campus for a nice stay, quiet study and spacious. I'm sure you can ask me if you have any questions :)

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