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Applying to Ellerslie Global Residence
- QUARANTINE PROVISION:
- Not yet specified
- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning.
- OPEN DAYS:
- Virtual open day on 2nd-9th Oct.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- Students will attend campus for face-to-face teaching activities. Assessment activities will be taken online, other than when there is an exceptional and agreed academic reason not to. Large lectures and equivalent events will be mostly online using the latest digital learning technology.
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I would give Ellerslie Global Residence zero stars if I could. There are a number of reasons why I would recommend you to go to another residence like e.g. CitySide: - the food at the Refectory is the worst (I know this is not the fault of Ellerslie, however, you have to go there because it is part of your Meal plan) There isn't a lot of diversity, it's quite expensive and it tastes like nothing if I compare it to my home country canteen. - the heater only works automatically from 6-8 every morning. During the day and night it has to be turned on manually every 2 hours. - I can't even stand straight in the shower since it is so small. - As an international student you are most likely to live outside of the main building where rooms are smaller and outdated. - the meal plan stops at the 13th of December which meant that we weren't catered during the exam period in January (at least I could eat outside now without any bad conscience) - ... the location is great however ;)