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Applying to St Salvator's Hall
- TEACHING DELIVERY STATUS:
- Confirmed Sept/Oct start
- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning
- OPEN DAYS:
- Selection of online events
- TEACHING NOTES:
- Planning for a combination of online and face-to-face learning (small groups socially distanced).
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Value for money? No hall, except perhaps self catereds in Gannochy, is well priced. Accommodation is pricy in St Andrews. Sallies has a fab location, 2mins walk to Buchanan lecture theatre for all Arts students, 20mins to science, bit of a drag but still, good location Wardens in halls are a pain, stuck up PHD students who had a serious power complex, main reason I'm moving to private accommodation for 2nd year. Food is fine, social spaces are good, and you make a lot of friends in halls. Sallies committee was fab, lots of nice events, just a shame they didn't plan our end of year ball.
Sallies is fantastic. A classic oxbridge college style environment. 2 min walk from the library, 30 seconds from Younger Hall and The Quad. Dining hall is beautiful. Very social. All the rooms are regularly cleaned, as are the bathrooms. Only disadvantage is that like 99% of first years share rooms. Single rooms are prioritised for returners.
Gorgeous hall in the middle of town, close to Buchanan, Swallowgate, Irvine, and many more. Five minutes walk to the library, which is truly ideal in exam/revision period. WiFi connection and heating could be better. Very friendly wardens and staff, and great communal spaces.
A beautiful and loving place to live. Eduroam (the wifi) is terrible, though, but that's a common theme throughout St Andrews. Management and the wardens can also be a little pickey and strange about common spaces and study spaces.