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GSA only has two halls to choose from, it’s good if you feel like you want to know everyone. However after coming from a small school I didn’t enjoy that.
Really not bad at all, I enjoyed my time there. Flats of 7 students, 5 per floor, so it could get very messy and loud at times but as a first year student I was grateful for the authentic experience. Very central and close to the uni.
WiFi is good you have to make your own fun same all unis
I wasn't in halls but people seem to not mind them but they can be pricey for the facilities provided. The parties are good and you'll meet lots of friends but the Res life can be jobsworths and killjoys.
Good hall with loads of space but not the best for gathering together in the same terms as the other one. But still made good friends and liked having my own bathroom!
Really nice small rooms and alot of social spaces for parties and group meals
I didn't go to halls but I'm basing my review of stars off of peers.
Wow! A very nice place to stay!
Bylthswood was a lovely place to live, there were always people partying or socializing in the halls but the individual rooms were cozy and quiet. The bed was comfortable and having your own bathroom with shower is always a huge plus. In comparison to the other student halls provided by GSA this one is by far the cleanest and most comfortable. If you are looking to stay here ask for a room at the end of the hall away from the kitchen if you like it quiet.
It's very good, clean, well maintained and refined, albeit possibly a little too septic; you feel as though you could disappear within the soundproofed rooms for a week and no one would notice. I would recommend Margaret McDonald House instead for the superior social experience - the fundamental most important part of halls.
If you love hospitals then this is the place for you
New, a bit too sterile, but in the city centre, and close to the university.
I'm an introvert. So I don't do social interaction
Bog standard halls, feels quite hospital like, however the people you meet make up for that.