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Accommodation in Derby
Applying to Nunnery Court
- TEACHING DELIVERY STATUS:
- Confirmed Sept/Oct start
- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning
- OPEN DAYS:
- 3rd July
- TEACHING NOTES:
- Mix of online and blended learning, prioritizing the continuation of face-to-face provision for certain programmes. Opportunities for students on practical programmes to access specialist resources are maximized.
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Overall very tight knit, everyone knew everyones buisness, the courtyard was dominated by smokers, the halls were loud and flat mates can be difficult to live with because there is no space to breathe, hall manager and staff there were fab i must say.
Cleaners don't clean unless you've clean before they come but that happens everywhere. Rent is a bit excessive when you don't even get a shelf in the fridge to yourself. Rooms are on the small side & only one half of the flats have been refurbished. Our half will be refurbished after we leave yet we still pay the same and the people in the new, better, refurbished flats.
For a first year student this probably wasn't the best accommodation , its in a good location but I found it to be really quiet and not as much going on as the other halls, as well as this the internet was pretty bad at times and the 'cleaning' was someone hoovering your hallway and wiping down the kitchen sides which we did anyway.
Nunnery court is by far the best halls, I know other people from other halls and they are always complaining about something. At nunnery the RA's and hall manager are so lovely and are approachable and easy to talk to. Even the caretaker, security guards and cleaners are always up for a chat. If you're struggling to decide what halls to go for I would suggest nunnery court as it just feels so homely
Have lived at nunnery for three years of my degree. I love the social aspect of the site, with the fountain in the courtyard where I can go outside and just chat to people and make new friends. Staff are dead nice, especially the RA's they are always up for a chat which made me feel at home
This halls was nice and central for everything, ten minutes into town and five minutes to brit mill. You can expect a bit of noise on student nights if you have a court facing room, mainly when people are leaving and coming back .