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Applying to Flamsteed Court
- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning.
- OPEN DAYS:
- On-campus open day on 2nd Jul.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- Most of their teaching will be face to face, with plenty of interactive and applied learning. Large teaching sessions will continue to be delivered online. They strongly encourage the use of face coverings when indoors on-site.
Read Flamsteed Court Reviews
I have lived here in my first year of uni, as a mature student it is perfect, peaceful and quiet. And if you are based at Kedleston Road site it’s right on your doorstep. While it is the most expensive halls you do get extra comforts for the price - for example, all bedrooms are en suite and some even have a bath and a shower, there is also a washer/dryer in the kitchen which you do not have to pay for. The small car park for this halls is also free for residents unlike other sites. The bedrooms are considerably larger than the other halls and while there is no common room the kitchen/dining room/living room is large for just 2 people sharing one flat. You do have to clean the flats yourself but as mature students or postgraduate students this probably doesn’t bother you and the entrance hallways which are cleaned are very good as well as the garden/grass/bushes being kept neat and tidy. Even though there are no social events at Flamsteed you are free to attend other sites events.
Paying 6000.00 for a double room in a flat of 2 which will be the same price for all sizes which when some are twice the size as the rest. Some flats have 4 star hotel quality bathrooms and some look like there from the 80s council houses. Staff are great but not on site enough. Close proximity to kedlestone road campus is great