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Applying to Crescent Flats
- QUARANTINE PROVISION:
- Not yet specified
- TEACHING MODE:
- OPEN DAYS:
- On-campus open day on 23rd Oct.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- Their expectation and the current plan is to deliver face-to-face teaching in 2021-22. This means you are expected to attend in person, on campus, from the start date of your studies.
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Had a great time during my year in Crescent, a lot of the time was spent with flat mates joking about how s*** it is compared to the rest of Endcliffe however that doesn't take away from the fact that there's everything you need there (well, except maybe a sofa). The social experience has been very good and it was easy to make friends with other flats. The rooms are bigger than those in the main part of Endcliffe although this may be due to the lack of an en suite, however when you have a flat of five people with two toilets there's never any waiting. The cleaners, who come once a fortnight, do a great job cleaning up our kitchen after some rather messy pre drinking sessions. Overall it's definitely value for money when you consider how much everyone else pays in Endcliffe, for £40 a week more all you're getting is a sofa and a toilet, the social life is certainly no different.
Living in Crescent flats, I had a brilliant time. That was however, most definitely not due to the accommodation, described by friends as similar to a '1970s social housing block'. The kitchens are absolutely tiny, and there is no living room area. The rooms are a decent size but nothing else is, considering the extortionate rent you pay. Plus side however; security tend not to come around because it's tucked out the way. You'll have a good time in Crescent once you get over how s*** it is.