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Applying to The Coppice
- TEACHING MODE:
- OPEN DAYS:
- On-campus open days on 17th Sep, 8th Oct & 12th Nov.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- They've returned to face-to-face learning in lectures, seminars and labs. They will encourage (but not require) the use of face coverings, especially in crowded settings.
Read The Coppice Reviews
This accommodation is simply amazing. You have all everything you need here, from dining hall to music rooms (more than four, both rock music rooms and classical music rooms), and again a wonderful botanic garden. The reception is open 24/7 and it’s very very very kind, providing assistance whenever you want to and really quickly. They are always free to help you, and if there is an issue in you flat/room just complete the maintenance form and in a few hours or the next day an efficient team will go to your room and fix the problem in a minute. The staff is truly efficient, they make you want for nothing- they are always here to help you. The city is really beautiful, your accommodation is surrounded well-maintained green areas- it’s all clean around the city, you can even see those in charge working! The accommodation is clean too, they give you everything you need. Plus, shops and supermarkets are really close to the accommodation, and you enjoy a fantastic view from your flat/room
My room was disgusting. There was mould continuously growing behind my bed, my headboard was detached and the room was infested with spiders. I also had a wasps nest in my air vent during the summer period so my room continuously had wasps as well. The bathrooms are tiny, almost like static caravan bathrooms. The shower curtains turn black full of all the mould those bathrooms create because the ventilation is awful. My bathroom light had a leak, so when the person above me would have a shower, all the waste water would pour out of the light unit. I had to get this fixed twice. The windows are single glazed and very easy to smash. They steam up frequently and caused one of my walls to be consistently damp. Honestly the social element of the coppice was the only thing I enjoyed. Take your money elsewhere, for £140 a week they ought to be paying that to the students to live in that hell hole.
I moved in the Coppice towards the end of first semester so I missed on most of the social activities. The management of place was good, whenever I had a problem it was solved as soon as possible. Oadby was a great place to live.