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Accommodation in Exeter
Applying to Exeter Halls
- TEACHING MODE:
- OPEN DAYS:
- Penryn Campus open day on 30th May. Exeter Campus open day on 11th Jun. Online open day on 13th Jul.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- They're currently teaching on campus as much as possible and the majority of their academic colleagues are on campus to deliver in-person teaching. Some modules or sessions are being delivered online. After listening to students’ feedback they have taken some of the best aspects of online teaching that students really enjoyed last year to provide more flexible learning activities, such as making lecture material available online.
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Greg place to live. Near campus and town with some lovely people.
Penny C was by far the best thing about Exeter. Great place to meet and socialise with people. Close to both the centre of campus and town.
Catering was rubbish. The meals were really good, but the serving times were incredibly limited. It discouraged anyone from doing sport, which regularly clashed with meal times. The replacement meal service was difficult to use. I could only eat dinner 2-3 times a week, and the halls were totally unsympathetic. The halls were noisy. The walls were paper thin, so you could hear a lot of what your neighbour was doing. My neighbour would complain at me for waking him up when I set an alarm. There was too much light pollution. The keypads or swipe cards to enter the halls were regularly faulty. The doors slammed. People going into their rooms would regularly wake me up. Drying stuff was impossible. At £164 a week, they were FAR too expensive. An affordable room should be about £130 a week as a top band. This discourages poorer state system students from applying to the University.
Pretty nice accommodation in the price band, not far to walk to lectures or town either. A nice place.