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Applying to Fylde College
- QUARANTINE PROVISION:
- Not yet specified
- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning.
- OPEN DAYS:
- On-campus open day on 20th Nov.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- For on-campus courses, the university has planned for most teaching to be in-person. They will retain some online teaching where student feedback has been especially positive about this mode of learning.
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Good being quite central easy to get anywhere you want to be. Price is bit silly but so much cleaner than the townhouses which are disgusting and not a clean environment. Would choose the superior ensuite or ensuite any day over the townhouses as they are actually cleaned whereas the townhouses are not and let's face it most people you are living with do not clean up after themselves
Fylde College is very well situated on campus, not too far from amenities to be a pain but also not too close for noise to be a big issue. The accommodation is on the east side of campus and the motorway is closest to this college meaning that you can always hear it- a bit strange when you're used to hearing sheep and cows in the morning! The wifi is dotty in Fylde Courtyard but is fairly quick within the accommodation and the pool tables are situated within Fylde Bar itself rather than the common room so it can be a little difficult to hear each other when a big match is playing on the screens! The college is seen as the sporty college but you certainly don't have to be sporty to be apart of it- I know I'm not! Everyone fits in here and if you need help with issues there are people to talk to 24/7. I love my halls, even if the wifi is a tad strange sometimes!
Excellent location on campus. Friendly cleaner that cleans the kitchen daily and offers help for anything we need help with. Not had one problem with the wifi plus there is a shared common room for other flats so you can socialise with more people than your flat alone
The layout of my hall meant that making new friends, not only in my own flat but across all of the flats on both my own floor and the floor above (George Fox building). I think that the social aspects of my hall really helped me come out my shell and enjoy university even more.