Low-cost hall near Buckinghamshire New
Applying to Windsor House
- TEACHING DELIVERY STATUS:
- Confirmed Sept/Oct start
- TEACHING MODE:
- Online learning
- OPEN DAYS:
- On campus open day on 18th Sep
- TEACHING NOTES:
- Under Government guidance critical and practical course students can resume in-person teaching. All other courses will remain online.
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I think that Windsor House is a glorified Hughenden Park Student Village. There's not much different apart from the furniture (Same amount of stuff) In the ensuite, the shelves above the desk are very short so good luck trying to fit a TV under there. The bed doesn't move in Windsor like it does in Hughenden.. and the storage space in Windsor one is just awkward (You lift the mattress and open the bed) Social aspect? Not very good, there isn't really a communal area apart from the smoking area which is useless unless you smoke, I guess? There is a little lounge bit in the kitchen but sometimes you want to be away from your own flat, so. The guest policy is a bit strict considering that we are all university students. Guests can only stay for two nights and have to sign in before 10pm. I think as long as they are behaved then it should be a bit more relaxed? (After COVID of course) Internet is awful, we are on Optify and get an average of 2mbps Download and Upload.
Amazing bunch of people, security are really friendly. Close to the university and nightlife. It's expensive, but for all you get for it, it's well valued. It is secure, as only one way in, and is very quiet. Wifi is fast as it has been taken over by an independent company now. Modern and clean. Washing facilities are plenty for the 75 people who live there