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Applying to Union Street Development
- TEACHING DELIVERY STATUS:
- Confirmed Sept/Oct start
- TEACHING MODE:
- Online learning
- OPEN DAYS:
- 12th June 2021
- TEACHING NOTES:
- All parts of Scotland moved to Level 3 on Monday 26 April. Teaching and learning, for most undergraduate students, will remain fully online until 13 April 2021. For most postgraduate taught students it will remain fully online until 16 April 2021, when classes are scheduled to finish ahead of the exam period. There will be limited in-person teaching and essential placements for a small number of students, mostly on vocational courses. There will be limited in-person teaching and essential placements for a small number of students.
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Great location and great room size. However, two bathrooms for six people is a bit problematic. The walls are very thin, and if you're on the Union Street side, you're gonna hear every single car outside at 3 am (forget a healthy sleep schedule!). Also, the staff can be rude and the cleaning ladies show up very rarely. In my opinion, it's still better than the crap prisons on campus especially for 2nd and 3rd-year students, but it's still a waste of money like all student accommodations in Stirling.
it is difficult to say because it is far off campus, so you don't get the stirling uni scenery. however great for those who love the nights out, union street is almost all used for nurses, so don't go if you're not a nurse or integrated degree student. living rooms are nice and bedrooms are massive in comparison however bathrooms although there are 2, are a bit grotty and small, some nice porters, but one lady is a pain. if you are an integrated degree student, then this is your only option for accommodation, and travelling to FVC in falkirk is a pain in the ass, especially in winter. you have to really want to do the course
A lot of stuff wasn't working when we got there, it's fixed now though. Even though it's one of the cheapest halls at the Uni of Stirling, I would expect more for the money. The location is perfect though, two bus stops just outside, two minutes to Tesco and seven minutes to the city centre.
Worst halls I've ever stayed in !!!! Cleaners are as rude as anything, the wifi is actually desperate disconnects if you move from one room to another, there is no "common space" literally your bedroom, kitchen and bathroom. Would not recommend this to anyone as electric runs out so quickly after the first couple of weeks living there !!! Horrible depressing place