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I am a current first year and must say, freshers and following weeks are the best for hosting kitchen gatherings. But down to the nitty gritty- the cleaners are lovely, they clean the bathroom once a week and kitchens twice. The kitchen has no proper oven just a convection microwave one which can still do chicken nuggets and common student food. It’s 10 mins from the street,library,LCR and 15 into my main building queens (I’m health based). Its opposite the laundry in the medical centre (expensive £2.80 a wash and £2 dry that hardly dries so bring an airer) It’s also 10 mins from Tesco and the coop with subway in it. The room is nice, wardrobe bigger than expected and under bed is big. Desk chair is just a chair, I recommend a cushion and there is a lamp built under the shelves. The shower does it’s job but does leak into the bathroom so bring a mat and squidgy! Don’t bother bringing a loo brush or bin, they’re provided. Other than that; it’s great!

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By member934668
On 27th October 18

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Most helpful review

I am a current first year and must say, freshers and following weeks are the best for hosting kitchen gatherings. But down to the nitty gritty- the cleaners are lovely, they clean the bathroom once a week and kitchens twice. The kitchen has no proper oven just a convection microwave one which can still do chicken nuggets and common student food. It’s 10 mins from the street,library,LCR and 15 into my main building queens (I’m health based). Its opposite the laundry in the medical centre (expensive £2.80 a wash and £2 dry that hardly dries so bring an airer) It’s also 10 mins from Tesco and the coop with subway in it. The room is nice, wardrobe bigger than expected and under bed is big. Desk chair is just a chair, I recommend a cushion and there is a lamp built under the shelves. The shower does it’s job but does leak into the bathroom so bring a mat and squidgy! Don’t bother bringing a loo brush or bin, they’re provided. Other than that; it’s great!

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By member934668
On 27th October 18

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Covid-19 Response

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.
This is the latest available data taken from the uea.ac.uk website on 27th July 2022. Read all universities responses in our Covid-19 university response article.

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Can my dependent stay with me
By member670348 On 22nd July 22
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I have been contacted by A Dengping Niu who says he want to buy a gramophone from me advertised on face book. He says he lives at Browne House in the UEA. I am wary as been conned more than once. I live in Spixworth and will bring the gramophone to him if allowe3de on campus and he is genuine. Does a Dengping Nui live in Browne House? Many thanks, Christopher Neave.
By member1262985 On 19th October 21
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Student Review: 3.4 /5
By member934668 On 27th October 18

I am a current first year and must say, freshers and following weeks are the best for hosting kitchen gatherings. But down to the nitty gritty- the cleaners are lovely, they clean the bathroom once a week and kitchens twice. The kitchen has no proper oven just a convection microwave one which can still do chicken nuggets and common student food. It’s 10 mins from the street,library,LCR and 15 into my main building queens (I’m health based). Its opposite the laundry in the medical centre (expensive £2.80 a wash and £2 dry that hardly dries so bring an airer) It’s also 10 mins from Tesco and the coop with subway in it. The room is nice, wardrobe bigger than expected and under bed is big. Desk chair is just a chair, I recommend a cushion and there is a lamp built under the shelves. The shower does it’s job but does leak into the bathroom so bring a mat and squidgy! Don’t bother bringing a loo brush or bin, they’re provided. Other than that; it’s great!

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