Accommodation in East London
Scape Mile End offers modern self-contained studios
Buzzing location, on-site gym, kitted out common rooms
Only a 2-minute walk to QMUL
Applying to Stocks Court
- TEACHING DELIVERY STATUS:
- Confirmed Sept/Oct start
- TEACHING MODE:
- Online learning
- OPEN DAYS:
- On-demand online open day
- TEACHING NOTES:
- Education will now be online for most subject areas until at least mid-February. Subject areas that can start in-person teaching are mostly in our Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry, and in these areas Institutes are communicating with their students directly.
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If you are unlucky enough to have a room facing Globe Road be prepared for sleepless nights or invest in some good ear plugs. The road noise is unbearable, the single glazed windows let every sound through, you might as well be standing on the street its so loud, and studying with the window open is impossible. This is London so the stream of cars never ends, neither do the ambulance sirens, idiots revving their engines, and other idiots leaning on their car horns, oh and there are buses constantly too! The rooms are an okay size and in half decent condition, the same can't be said for the bathrooms and kitchen. The kitchen had not been cleaned properly when we moved in, there was old rotting food left in the fridge, cabinet doors were hanging off and the front of a draw had fallen off. Overall the kitchen is in very poor condition, even for student halls. The bathrooms all have mold problems, one of the toilets was leaking and the walls are filthily. Avoid.
Good location for uni but not for town, it's about a 10 min walk north from the uni and town is a 15-20 min bus journey south from the university. Really poor ventilation, mould all in my room and in bathroom, it's disgusting. And when I complained about the mould, they told me to just keep my windows open? Cleaners never come and if they do they have just left it in the same stay as it was when they arrived. Have been told we aren't allowed to be given a new shower curtain after ours is literally black with mould. The shower is tiny and weak and dark. The kitchen/living area is good and big but lack of seating for number of residents. Nice and quiet for student halls. The rooms are TINY. Literally a single bed and a desk with no floor space. If staying in Liberty living I recommend Linksfield road over Don street, 100x better, 3x size of my room and double bed etc for the same price, and closer to town.