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Applying to Warrender Park Road
- QUARANTINE PROVISION:
- Not yet specified
- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning.
- OPEN DAYS:
- Virtual open day on 2nd Oct & 9th Oct.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- Most degrees will run a mix of digital and in-person teaching, though the exact balance will depend on your School’s arrangements.Large group teaching is the most likely type to be delivered digitally.
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Avoid this accommodation! Some of the problems we had included mice, only 2 washing machines between over 100 people, kids from the high school across the road coming into our car park and smashing windows / scratching cars / smoking weed, no common room (we had to use one belonging to the accommodation down the road, which was sometimes locked), and the fact that everything kept breaking! Our oven door and kitchen fan didn’t work properly. The warden was rude. There are two buildings that make up this accommodation and the one you get shown when you sign the lease (103) is prettier on the outside and in the hallways than the other building you might end up in (108). But don’t think 103 is necessarily much better! Lots of the rooms in 103 have mould. For £515 per month you are NOT getting what you pay for.
Great for students who will be studying at King's Building - on the south side of the meadows so the bus is easy to catch and not too far a walk. Also really good for George Square (but lots of other places are too) - only 10ish minute walk across the meadows. No common room which can be a bummer but lots of social activities run with Warrender Park Crescent just down the road. Price is good, facilities are good and cleaning once a week so no complaints. Rooms are nice and warm - heaters work better than I've heard friends living elsewhere say about theirs. Close to shops and 20 minute walk to the gym. I'd recommend WPR to students.