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Accommodation in Leeds
Trinity Hall offers cluster flats and studios
Great location, on-site gym & social lounge
Only 30-mins via bus to Leeds Trinity University
Applying to Fountains Court
- TEACHING DELIVERY STATUS:
- Confirmed Sept/Oct start
- TEACHING MODE:
- Online learning
- OPEN DAYS:
- 6th May
- TEACHING NOTES:
- Given the latest government guidance, the timetable remains unchanged from Semester Two, with on-campus teaching continuing as it did before Easter for a limited number of practical modules only.
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Although a little on the pricier side this hall is literally next to your lecture halls... so more time in bed! The social areas are brilliant for movie nights and pre drinks and just chill and chat with people you’ve met. It’s a great way to socialise. The only problem is that it’s a 15 minute taxi journey to town which varies in price. All spaces were kept immaculate and the cleaners are hilarious. Even security can be sound depending on how you are with them. Overall one of the best places I lived in.
Fountains is the most expensive accommodation but it’s worth it. It was brand new when I started so it had its hiccups but it was so clean and modern and has a huge social space on the ground floor. The bedrooms had an en-suite which was amazing and there was plenty of kitchen space for everyone.
I paid to upgrade WiFi, as I couldn’t use a television without doing so. This being said the WiFi was really good with only the occasional problem. Staff work 5 days a week cleaning the halls. When we have holidays bins appear not to get changed and this caused problems for my flat. Towards the end of the year the accommodation (despite being quiet new) had a water leak, there was also problems underground meaning the university very quickly, with little information tried to move everyone out (with about 4 hours notice) they then changed there mind after people moved out which was a nightmare. We had a lot of power cuts that the university will be fixing now.