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Accommodation in London
Applying to Marylebone Hall
- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning.
- OPEN DAYS:
- On-campus open day on 15th Oct.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- It is their intention to remain on campus with facilities and resources open as normal. Students' learning experience on campus includes practical teaching, seminars and workshops, with full access to the universities resources and study spaces as well as online learning and activities. They are strongly encouraging face-coverings to be worn in all shared indoor spaces.
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the 'best' thing about facilities was a printing situation. You can never just walk-in and easily print what you need - half of the printers aren't working, the prices are very high and you can only print using a memory stick you plug into one of the printers
Small, small, small.... did I say small? The bathrooms are essentially an airplane bathroom with a little more room for a tiny shower inside. The walls are paper thin so you can hear everything your neighbors do. The kitchens are bare and are not the “modern” kitchens they boast about. In fact, nothing about the hall is “modern,” it’s quite old and run down, the only plus is that it’s clean. The elevators are terrible, if you get placed on a floor higher than the fourth, consider yourself highly unlucky. You’ll be waiting for the elevator for no less than five minutes...... then when it arrives, be prepared to stop at every floor on the way down. The reception staff is quite good however, they’re attentive and love to help anyway they can. If you have the option to stay in the dorm or on your own, consider finding your own flat, the dorms are not worth it.
A home away from home, unfortunately you can’t choose your flat mates but other than that great!