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Accommodation in Coventry
Applying to Jack Martin
- QUARANTINE PROVISION:
- Not yet specified
- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning.
- OPEN DAYS:
- On-campus open day on 9th Oct & 23rd Oct.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- They’re currently working with staff and students across the University on a programme of over 1,000 events, in-person and online, to help you make friends, settle into your course and give you the best possible start to your life at Warwick.
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First term at JM has been a lot of fun and games with only a few issues. My room has no problems, the kitchen is the messy bit! Sharing that space with 13 people can be hard work - you have to share a common appreciation for tidiness ... half a shelf on a fridge is not enough. Wish it had a sofa or common room to chill in, but beds are very comfy so i sleep instead.
My two brothers and I have all stayed in Jack Martin during our first year at Warwick and we have all loved our time here. The people are friendly, the location is great - right next to the SU and the grocery store and near practically all the departments!
Overall a good place to live. The guys I met here have become my closest uni friends so that says something about the social side to this place. Kitchen is of good size and 2 ovens and hobs is plenty for 12 people. 1 fridge is a bit more limited, but we got by with it. The kitchen is the only social space for JM, whereas other accommodations have a couple of beanbags etc. Room is small but as a guy with little stuff it was more than big enough. Having an en suite is a luxury but one I really appreciated. I lived in this hall 3 years ago now. At the time it was 30 week @ £131 which made it £3,930 for the year (a bargain in my opinion) and I would recommend at that price. Now at 34 week @ £147 it works out at £4,998. I know inflation and all that but I'm not sure if its worth that.