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Accommodation in London
Cedars Hall offers spacious rooms in shared flats
Great value for money, communal area & free gym nearby
Only a 26 minutes' walk to St George's
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Applying to Horton Halls
- TEACHING DELIVERY STATUS:
- Confirmed Sept/Oct start
- TEACHING MODE:
- Online learning
- OPEN DAYS:
- Working on virtual activities
- TEACHING NOTES:
- The majority of teaching will be online until at least the end of December, including lectures, small group teaching, seminars and personal tutor meetings. Only essential, hands-on, skills-based teaching and assessment will take place on-site.
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Whilst located perfectly for the university students, I have found horton halls to fall down at certain hurdels. Firstly, the cleaning, whilst generally decent, varies week-to-week on how far they go to ensure a clean social space within flats. Secondly, the common rooms, whilst there is one for each block, there aren't really any social spaces in each flat, leading students to often create considerable noise. "Standard" flats facing inwards are subjected to considerable noise and invasions of privacy from the number of students within the blocks, leading most students to have their curtains closed at all times. The small university will lead the majority of students to know each other on their course, so be prepared for that. Social aspects are minimal due to the lack of students, meaning often societies are limited in how many there are and how specific they cater for. Hall management is ok, however noise complaints are often not dealt with in a speedy manor.