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Applying to Andrew Stewart Hall
- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning.
- OPEN DAYS:
- On-campus open days on 17th Sep & 22nd Oct.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- Their general approach is to carry out as much in-person teaching as they can safely deliver. They plan to deliver an increase in face-to-face teaching, based on feedback and the progress made during the Autumn semester.
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Staff were super unhelpful (took over a month to replace a broken fridge), cleaning was good and regular at the start of the year but they only came twice in second semester. SECURITY IS TERRIBLE, building door was never locked overnight and because it doesn't have actual flats you could just walk in and end up in any kitchen or outside anyone's bedroom without having to go through a single locked door. The view is really nice if you get a room on the right side of the building.
WiFi can be slow and too many checks at strange times of the night by security. Other than that a good place to live and close to the uni campus and shops. Re firb is taking place so each room will be fresh for the next academic year
Definitely not worth the money for what you get when for a tiny bit more you could stay in one of the new builds, with bigger, brighter rooms or for a lot less in one of the older builds similar to ASH.
Ensuite and social aspect was good, but very poor standards in terms of decor and facilities. Over-priced.