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- TEACHING DELIVERY STATUS:
- Confirmed Sept/Oct start
- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning
- OPEN DAYS:
- 20th - 25th July
- TEACHING NOTES:
- With the safety of their community paramount, UCL’s campus will be open to welcome students to London from the start of term on 28 September with enhanced safety measures - based on the latest UK guidance as well as the expertise of UCL’s researchers
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Budget accommodation in the flats, but large bedrooms mine has a double bed and a shared bathroom with bath and shower. Car parking spaces outside. 15 min walk from the uni. OK so communal area bit sparce and kitchen units are 20 years old but still very good value for money
The rooms at Astor although big are so old I feel like Gandhi must have slept in the same bed. It is impossible to study with the lighting. Should I even call it lighting? But it's close to UCL and everything else. For the price though I wouldn't recommend it. The social scene is pretty chill.
Astor is very expensive compared to what's available in other parts of the country but one of the best halls at UCL in my opinion. You really can't beat the location: 5 minutes' walk away from UCL and very close to many amenities due to its central London location. Being catered is also very convenient, at least for the first year, as you get settled in.