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Applying to Bishop Bosel
- QUARANTINE PROVISION:
- Not yet specified
- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning.
- OPEN DAYS:
- On-campus open day on 30th Oct & 28th Nov.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- All students can expect to receive the great majority of their learning on campus and in-person from the start of the term. Face-to-face teaching will be the norm and you should plan to attend campus for teaching activities such as lectures, seminars, tutorials, group discussions, and other activities. A small amount of teaching will be online using the latest digital learning technology, as part of their popular blended approach to learning and teaching. All facilities are open as normal.
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Everything was good, with the exception of cleaners trying to find excuses not to do their job, the maintenance was not always reliable or done with good pace but there was still a decent turn around comsidering the amount of people than need to be catered for. The only gripe is the amount of money paid but honestly, everything to do with university is overpriced. Another issue is the need to pay £2 every time you want to use a washing machine, since they don't come with the halls. Everything else was excellent though.
Only thing that I could really fault on a serious level would be that you're paying £141 per week (probably more for 15/16 freshers), and the wifi is shocking. If you haven't done your washing up the cleaner won't come at all, they will walk in and straight out again. And you have to pay for your laundry. Which in other university halls at our university like sansome halls you don't have to and there is one integrated in the kitchen.