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- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning.
- OPEN DAYS:
- On-campus open days on 8th & 22nd Oct.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- They'll continue with a blended teaching, learning and assessment model for the rest of this academic year. You’re strongly advised to continue wearing a face covering in teaching, learning and study spaces, for in-person exams, and when moving around office space (unless you are unable to due to medical reasons or a disability).
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Spacious kitchens with lots of storage. Sofas in the kitchen (not in every accommodation). Rooms are a decent size and easy to keep clean. Bathroom ventilation is not great and water pressure is quite high so the floor often gets very wet. Maintenance can be very slow to fix issues.
I have lived in at a university managed shared house. I had a great experience and met some of my best friends there. Every week we would have dinner together and everyone would prepare a dish from their culture. There was a balance between a very social house but also personal space. Room size was amazing and I had my own bathroom. One of my favourite aspects was the location - just at the back side of the campus so I would be at the design studio in about 3 minutes and the gym/swimming pool I go to was roughly 5 minutes walk.
It's close to lectures and the kitchen/lounge space is really big so it's really good for socialising. It's also ensuite - big plus! Arthur Vick is definitely the best halls and I'm so glad I chose it.
Great value for money. You have lots of room compared to other accommodations at the university. The cleaning staff are always up on top with their work and are really friendly with everyone
Having a bath is very useful during the cold winter months. One of the most respected university accommodation
Depends on who you live with. Can be very quiet but you can be lucky to end up with a social group. Living room area is great for socialising.
Beaut huge kitchen, nice ensuite. Some parts v unsociable. Cleaner v moody. Great location.
The flats seem to be divided between thoe few who actually want to socialise and have fun and the overwhelming majority who are happy to stay in every night and do nothing. Whilst I have no problem with people not wishing to take part in nights out, for it is completely understandable, the issue is that these people seem to have no desire to attempt to befriend the rest of us, and so our kitchen has been left deeply divided