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Open days are a great way to get a feel for life in Winchester and see for yourself why people love it there!Open days are a great way to get a feel for life in Winchester and see for yourself why people love it there! Book your place now
Applying to Queen's Road Student Village
- TEACHING DELIVERY STATUS:
- Confirmed Sept/Oct start
- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning
- OPEN DAYS:
- 26th Sep
- TEACHING NOTES:
- They are putting in place a range of appropriate social distancing measures to ensure students and staff are safe. They will be delivering a combination of small group, on-campus sessions with large group teaching taking place online.
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Amazing halls! Little bit dated in the living/cooking areas but incredibly clean and a great size. Highly recommend them to any student. Some things need updating but other than that it was great. Would also recommend post boxes on the block walls
I could see both of my friends flats from.my.room and I had a big room. It was the best value for money out of all the accommodation. I had a good relationship with my flat mates and we had a lot of fun doing silly things together and have too many flat parties
It's more of a prison than halls. The cleaning staff make messes constantly and try to charge students for fees for their messes. There are no iews, it is all clustered together. Unfortunately literally right next to a maternity ward at a hospital. Good luck sleeping on Wednesday nights. Fire alarms go off constantly, and the security team is overly aggressive and has forced students outside while it is snowing while they bumble around the fire system. Wifi is abysmal, and the cupboards for food are tiny. Mine is right next to an oven, so my food spoils rapidly.
Very average student accommodation, could do with new sofas as they were horrific and covered in Stains. We had our fridge break once and also our oven break. So more tests need to be done before students actually move in, for safety reasons.
Overall, Queens Road is fantastic accommodation. Only problems are the wifi, but that's the same across most universities as Eduroam isn't great. Also, the cleaners aren't too brilliant. They don't do all the jobs they're supposed to do in the kitchen and I often find myself having to do them myself.
I asked for a quiet flat, I was put with 3 other people which was fine. However what angered me is how the university has put people with a disability together! I stated that I have a disability. I do not need an accessible room, I can do everything fine and I stated that but the university decided to put me with three other people with a disability and it feels like segregation ! I feel like I should have hidden the fact I'm disabled..
Right on campus and decent value for money if you're in a shared room like I was, but I wouldn't want to pay the full price for a single room. The communal space is small and kind of dirty but the kitchen itself is clean and has plenty of space. The wifi and phone signal can be iffy depending on where in the halls you are. E.g. my wifi worked in my room but not the phone signal, and visa versa in the kitchen/communal area.
no common room or social spaces are in this hall, however we have Facebook chats and the lay out makes it very easy to socialise! my only complaint is that you cant open the windows all the way and we don't have our own launderette (have to use burma roads)
Brilliant maintenance. If you have a broken and report it they fix it pretty quickly. I have bad wifi in my flat but Ethernet cable works fine. So close to my lectures. Massive desk space, not much drawer space
Exactly what I was looking for. Had a wonderful time there and would not really change a thing. As student accommodation goes it was amazing. Even had friends from the other halls (including Burma Road) saying it was better.
Fantastic experience. Nice and big single ensuite rooms. Kitchen comes with 16 inch LCD TV with DVD player. If you have lots of stuff, there is a long desk/table where you can pretty much put your PC and TV and console.
Queens is by far the best halls at the uni. They have the biggest bedrooms although some kitchens are smaller than others. The cleaners are great and if you are lucky enough to have Nige then your kitchen will be sparkling all year! Living with 5 other people is fine, even if you don't like them! Although, don't all shower at the same time... Sometimes the hot water doesn't spread far enough... Queens is slightly quieter than Westdowns but is definitely worth slightly more money! Don't listen to anyone on Burma, Queens is definitely better value for money!