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I have been living at Goodenough for a year. I am very pleased for my decision to apply here as before I was living in a shared house. The location is great especially if you study at UCL, Birkbeck, SOAS and City. My department is just two min away (UCL) and there is a range of shops, cafes and restaurants around. Regarding social life, it is the best place to be. There is always something going on here. Also, there are many clubs and societies and the College supports each one of them so for sure you will find one that matches your interests. Students here come from all over the world so it is ideal if you are looking for a vibrant international community. As far as the room itself, I am very pleased with the size (room b at London House) and the College provides cleaning once a week and clean bedsheets etc. It also has a desk so you can even study at your room but I always study at the Goodenough library which is super cool!

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By member441693
On 21st August 19

University College London (UCL) Hall Rankings


Astor College #41
Louise House #42
Neil Sharp House #43
Frances Gardner House #44
William Goodenough House & London House #45
Yara Central, Holland Park #46
John Dodgson House #47
Astra House #48
Holland House #49
Torquay House #50

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Most helpful review

I have been living at Goodenough for a year. I am very pleased for my decision to apply here as before I was living in a shared house. The location is great especially if you study at UCL, Birkbeck, SOAS and City. My department is just two min away (UCL) and there is a range of shops, cafes and restaurants around. Regarding social life, it is the best place to be. There is always something going on here. Also, there are many clubs and societies and the College supports each one of them so for sure you will find one that matches your interests. Students here come from all over the world so it is ideal if you are looking for a vibrant international community. As far as the room itself, I am very pleased with the size (room b at London House) and the College provides cleaning once a week and clean bedsheets etc. It also has a desk so you can even study at your room but I always study at the Goodenough library which is super cool!

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By member441693
On 21st August 19

Applying to William Goodenough House & London House

Covid-19 Response

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.
This is the latest available data taken from the ucl.ac.uk website on 18th May 2022. Read all universities responses in our Covid-19 university response article.

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Hello, is your accomodation only for postgrads or also considering other students? I am male student of Dutch nationality, raised in Switzerland and starting at Kings College (now in the army). thanks for your answer cadp@bluewin.ch
By member741656 On 20th August 19
I am living at Goodenough. Indeed, it is a postgraduate accommodation. :)
By member441693 On 21st August 19
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Student Review: 1.3 /5
By member1054596 On 24th February 21

Contrary to its names and values, actual culture the hall maintain is very toxic. Bullying and racial discrimination are norms; if you are from Asian countries or have Asian background, you will be superseded by White, European peers. In this hall, British culture is the top and must be respected, while other cultures are ignored at best, laughed at the worst.

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Student Review: 5 /5
By member441693 On 21st August 19

I have been living at Goodenough for a year. I am very pleased for my decision to apply here as before I was living in a shared house. The location is great especially if you study at UCL, Birkbeck, SOAS and City. My department is just two min away (UCL) and there is a range of shops, cafes and restaurants around. Regarding social life, it is the best place to be. There is always something going on here. Also, there are many clubs and societies and the College supports each one of them so for sure you will find one that matches your interests. Students here come from all over the world so it is ideal if you are looking for a vibrant international community. As far as the room itself, I am very pleased with the size (room b at London House) and the College provides cleaning once a week and clean bedsheets etc. It also has a desk so you can even study at your room but I always study at the Goodenough library which is super cool!

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Student Review: 4.3 /5
By Jazzymcm On 11th July 19

GC is an international private student hall for postgrad students. It is not affiliated with any university and as such draws a large variety of members to its halls. It's an amazing place to live and study with a hectic social calendar and something for everyone. Would 100% recommend :D

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Student Review: 4.3 /5
By Jazzymcm On 11th July 19

GC is an international private student hall for postgrad students. It is not affiliated with any university and as such draws a large variety of members to its halls. It's an amazing place to live and study with a hectic social calendar and something for everyone. Would 100% recommend :D

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