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Accommodation in Durham
Houghall Court offers stylish ensuite rooms
Free uni bus and laid-back comfortable common areas
Only a 11-minute walk from Durham University
Applying to Stephenson College
- TEACHING DELIVERY STATUS:
- Confirmed Sept/Oct start
- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning
- OPEN DAYS:
- Next open day will be 2021
- TEACHING NOTES:
- First term will involve flexible ways of teaching and learning where face-to-face lectures and student services such as support and wellbeing are combined with online delivery.
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I based this on what I've heard as the college moved campus. The amount you pay though is a rip off so make sure you budget well if you're from a low income family or request to live out and travel to meet people in freshers week. There's a £1 bus for all students around Durham for the whole day so wouldn't be hard and you might save a lot of money.
Each room already comes with a wardrobe, desk, chair, mattress and also a bathroom. I found that very convenient as I like to have my own things and not share personal areas with others. The kitchens are good as well, with two stoves, toaster, microwave, ample amount of cupboard space and much more, I would say that the kitchen is one of my favourite places. But the best area of all is "Stevo Central" cause that's where you get to meet people and they have enough infrastructure to facilitate that such as a study room with computers, the bar, a pool table, a gaming section. And a form of lounge where we get to watch TV or movies. The college also plans out numerous events throughout the year that are intriguing to both the extroverts and introverts of the college as well as international and home students.