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Applying to Frances Gardner House
- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning.
- OPEN DAYS:
- On-campus open days on 15th & 16th Jul.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- You will have a blend of face-to-face and online teaching and learning, designed to support you to progress and succeed academically. The amount of face-to-face teaching will vary from programme to programme and depends on the discipline and the stage you are at in your studies.
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Had mouse in our kitchen and flatmates a few blocks down had cockroaches/rats. A lot of residence also did not have hot water for over a term. a lot of electric appliances would not work or had faulties which were often replaced but there are also waiting lists for services to be resolved which took a long long time. nice location though despite it looking grim from the outside. the hallways smell terrible as well but you tune out after a while
Really clean room. 5/7
Met some great people there, but nothing compared to the social life at Ramsey/Astor. Also too expensive.
Honestly so rubbish
Caterpillars living in the carpet
If you just want to study and be confined to the people in your individual blocks then stay here. I practically stayed at my friends halls from LSE, Kings, Cass and QM the whole year as Frances Gardner was so antisocial. This halls of residence are pretty much made for Masters or Phd students who just want to get on with their work.