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Applying to Suffolk Terrace
- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning.
- OPEN DAYS:
- On-campus open days on 10th Sep, 22nd Oct & 19th Nov.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- It is their intention to provide as much face-to-face teaching as possible, making the most of our campus for physical learning and using virtual activity to support this. Everyone is expected to wear a face-covering (unless medically exempt) when moving around inside buildings, in indoor public areas, work / research areas and teaching spaces.
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i am currently in Suffolk C block and it was a great experience. It is conveniently placed near the laundrette, LCR, student shop, fridge space, and social space are quite small for 10 people to live with, however, it's a great option for first-year students who want to party. if you are lucky enough to get Suffolk or Norfolk don't take it for granted! time sure flies by.
Such an awesome place to live, gutted to be moving out so soon!
Takes 2 minutes to get to lectures, campus shops, laundrette and most importantly the LCR. Get to know most people in your block, lots of flat parties. Everything cleaned for us, loo roll given, bins emptied. Amazing view of the lake and grounds.
Perfect location as everything on campus is on your doorstep, but it does get ridiculously loud at night from the LCR and various flat parties, and the curfew is never enforced.
Very open accommodation but limited kitchen and social space
As far as location and cleaning goes its spot on right by the lake with excellent views of the grounds, and the maids are absolutely lovely and do an excellent job of cleaning. With regards to the actual rooms, and building jesus.... The double rooms are so illogically designed, no plug or ethernet cable at the second desk which also having both desks in one part of the room is absurd. Dampness in the walls, unpleasant architecture (my opinion at least), extremely shallow and steep stairs is just asking for accidents which has already happened to various students, and then lets get started on the communal kitchen, which cant seat all fourteen flatmates at once, cant fit all fourteen flatmates food in the fridges seems again that the entire design process behind these flats is ridiculously illogical. one more note for the pros, the social experience getting to share a flat with fourteen students is delightful getting to know them and there social and geographic backgrounds,