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My shower floods my whole bathroom and my carpet
Hi, This doesn't sound good! Have you reported this to the accommodation team so that we can get this sorted for you as soon as possible? Kind Regards, The Accommodation Team
This doesn't sound good! Have you reported this to the accommodation team so that we can get this sorted for you as soon as possible?
The Accommodation Team
I thoroughly enjoyed my time at Sheffield 3. The staff were so friendly and helpful. Especially Joe who helped me when I needed urgent maintenance, Him and Lauren at the reception made my stay there so enjoyable and i'm gutted to have graduated as i would have stayed there next year.
Great location with tram stop right outside, supermarket not far and close to the university, reasonably priced for the rooms compared to most in my opinion too! Staff are really friendly and have great social events including movie nights and parties for students. - would definitely recommend :)
It has a good location because it is next to the tram station and only less than 5 min walk can arrive tesco superstore. Also, it will spead 10min walk from here to USIC and liberaries. Here will have free breakfast every Wedseday morning. But here is a bit far away from student union which will spead you half an hour for walking, and city centre would spend 20 min.
Not the best place in the block. Value for money if you're in a flat but if you're in a Studio is really pricey. The internet is sometimes rubbish, due to the demand of the online gamers and video streaming. The social events given by the accommodation are not the worst nor the best, there's a lot of improvement, i think this is due to nearly 50% of the whole accommodation are asian people which are really shy and british are somehow cold to interact with. If you want to improve social skills get the common room and organise parties everyweek, European people and American people are easy to connect and easygoing. I won't recommend this place for more than a year.
The place is well allocated, near the Uni and you won't have a problem to get there. Rooms are not the best but seems fair for a shared flat. However, Studios are not so tidy and need a lot of improvement, from cleaning windows on the outside to repaint the whole room, change rug and mattresses. In terms of Social events, be in mind that you're arriving another country with different culture so the common room is quite good but don't expect much from the social events. Organise yours with friends like we did several times. I honestly won't recommend this place for further than 1 year. There are cheaper and new buildings around the area with competitive prices.
First of all the rooms are average not big nor small, the people working here are very nice but its hard to tell them to do somthing since they talk long time to process an order for example it took them 4 months so far to answer my question
Try to bribe people to write good reviews; last time it was free hoodies, now it's giveaways. There is no cleaning per room. WiFi/Internet can be dodgy but overall works ok. Very expensive in my opinion. Location is good in relation to the uni itself but terrible for social activities; most people are in Endcliffe etc. on the other side of the Uni. Also, if you're ever planning on receiving parcels here then don't bother; you get a single 2 hour window each day to collect mail. Washing machines also fail regularly.
A great environment to start and build your university life! Best common room I've seen so far! Very spacious rooms and kitchens for the price! Great services and secured with friendliest staff! Awesome opportunity to meet new friends! Overall, 'couldn't have chosen any better place for uni' :)
I am an international student doing a year of master degree , living in the U.K. and sheffield for the first time is sort of scary. But the experience I had in sheffield 3 was very good everyone is friendly when I had problems in accommodating they helped me. The location is very good I can't even stress it enough, you a bus stop,tram and you can walk, a big supermarket is close too.
In terms of value for money, you can't go wrong with Sheffield 3. The rooms are extremely spacious, (as my friends have commented when they came to visit), and have adequate storage space and extremely comfortable mattresses. The staff were extremely helpful when moving in, and have continued to be helpful throughout my academic year. The accommodation is only around 13 minutes walk from most Uni of Sheffield faculties, and the proximity to the Shalesmoor tram stop makes going to and from Sheffield extremely doable as well.