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Applying to Murray Hall
- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning.
- OPEN DAYS:
- Virtual open day on 9th Jun.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- The university will return more extensively to campus-based teaching through blended learning for the 2021/2022 academic year, which will be delivered through a mix of face-to-face classes, lectures, seminars and/or labs, but also includes online delivery of a proportion of the teaching and learning activities. The exact mix will depend on the programme you are studying on. Face coverings are required when on campus inside buildings, including classroom settings, with the exception of those who are exempt from wearing them.
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You get a wash basin, a bed (albeit not a very comfortable one, but all Strathclyde halls are quite similar, asides from some having double beds), plenty of storage space, a desk, a lamp, plenty of electrical sockets and a LAN connection. Outside of your relatively small room there's either a corridor with 6 people living in it, or 12. Each 6 people get two shower/toilet rooms and a kitchen. The corridors aren't really separated in any way, so you can use pretty much any you'd like. The kitchen, especially compared with some other halls, is rather spacious. I've never really had problems cooking food, as in, no one there bothered me. Same can be said about the showers and toilets. There's little chance you will run into both of them being used at the same exact time. It's quite an active hall, in the sense that there's quite a few parties going on every week. So if you dislike noise and prefer peace and quiet, you might want to look for elsewhere.
It's certainly very different to the other halls in the strathclyde student village in that instead of sharing a small hall with four or five people you share an entire corridor with up to eleven people which is alright for the most part it can cause some distress in the communal areas as they get very messy very quickly but I've never really used them so that didn't really bother me over all I would say it's a nice place if your a heavy sleeper (which fortunately I am)