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- QUARANTINE PROVISION:
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- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning.
- OPEN DAYS:
- On-campus open day on 4th Dec.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- DMU will focus their face-to-face teaching in small environments such as seminars and workshops while keeping large teaching sessions online through a mix of live and pre-recorded lectures.
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Mark and Jordan are friendly and will go out of their way to help you. Hall manager is useless and cleaners are very rude. Not sure what the cleaners jobs are though because they don't clean much and just leave the flat a note telling you to clean up. However, they didn't even do this in my flat which left it becoming disgusting and nothing was done for weeks to the point where I was hospitalised for over a week with a virus...wouldn't surprise me if it was from the kitchen . Fire alarm every Wednesday morning and about 2 more go off in the week. Parcels are a pain to get, most of the time they're left outside as no one is in reception or if they are delivered when someone is in reception, it is impossible to get as no one will be there for a while. Bedrooms are small but can be made to be cosy.
Highly recommend bede Hall as your place of residence, being one of the cheapest halls it is well worth your money. Everyone is super social and it's very easy to make freinds. You will get over the sharing a bathroom part very quickly as it's not an issue at all. The staff are really cool and pretty laid back when it comes too parties. In the summer everyone hangs out on the main grass bit which is great fun. WiFi is good, never had any real problems with it. Great location too.
loud annoying people, everything smells like vomit and weed, drunk strangers will sleep outside your room and the internet barely loads messenger. Security doesn't do s*** even though I complained about flatmate smoking in their room 3 times.
had the best year of my life at Bede and met so many amazing people, if you are up for going out drinking and socialising all the time then Bede is the place for you. you have to accept that you're in one of the cheaper accommodations so the facilities are very basic but I wouldn't have wanted to live anywhere else. the majority of hall managers are rude and unreliable and cleaners just tend to organise your mess rather than actually clean it, but these are things worth sacrificing for the lifestyle and friends I made at Bede. there is always someone to go and see or spend time with and i feel that Bede has one of the best communities compared to any other student accommodations, you just have to be accepting of the noise from the courtyard as there is never a quiet night in Bede.
One of the cheapest halls and while it does have issues with Wifi and management, the social experience here is second to none as is literally minutes away from campus and other important locations (eg. supermarkets, chemists, fast food places, and the G.P.)
Very sociable halls but falling apart slightly. Dave the handyman will try to help wherever he can though! The courtyard is great as you meet everyone there during fresher's week, it's very much a social area. My only advice would be: don't expect the lap of luxury, but you won't be too hard done by either.
the standards of cleaning that we are expected to adhere to are not adhered to by the f***** cleaning staff. Place stinks, there is literally no social space and worst of all, if you live on the 4th floor (like me), be prepared to go up and down 8 flights of stairs every day until you're in 2nd year.
Great for meeting new people however could do with a better social area, kitchen is basic and has a table and out dated chairs in it. A few months into the year I experienced mould on my windows, under my desk and damp that bad that my clothes where damp when I went to put them on - I have had many sleepless nights due to being on the ground floor and facing out into the court yard