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- Blended learning.
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- On-campus open days on 1st Oct & 5th Nov. Virtual open day on 29th Jun.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- During their summer term, which begins on Monday 25 April, students will be returning for their exams and assessments which will be held on campus and online depending on the needs of each course. They will support people who choose to wear a face covering.
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Best in-College accommodation. Gotta experience this over nay other accomod, maybe Gower comes close as it's quite similiar, It comes down to if you wanna live in middle on the Campus or Nearby the Sportscentre (Gower).
Could have utilized the landings as a social space to make integrating with other flats easier. However the flats themselves were lovely; clean; spacious an inviting
Great accommodation, very close to the main campus and other social facilities. It's also very spacious, with a double bed and ensuite. However, because it is so close to medicine and the su it can be quite noisy.
Very nice but has to be improved
Wonderful sterile place to live, easy to make homely but lacks a comfortable room to socialise. Kitchen is large but it would be nice to have a place with comfier seating and a more relaxed feel to it.
sociable, clean and close to everything, only a short walk away from main venues on campus
Having an amazing time in these halls, but am becoming ill due to the heat which circulates the entire building! Also, the wifi isn't the slowest, in and out of halls, but it's not exactly the fastest either. However, rooms do come with their own direct internet ports!
Butler was great to spend first year. In the middle of everywhere and well maintained. A living room area would have encouraged people to spend more time in there to hang out, rather than just a kitchen area and for pre drinking.
Expensive, but that's what you sign up for when you choose to live in Surrey! Hall management were overly fussy about certain things, and the cleaner never cleaned what she was meant to. We also ended up with a ladybug infestation in the kitchen, which isn't ideal. But the rooms are amazing and the kitchen and corridor make for great social spaces.
Butler is a great place where to live! Central on campus and close to everything. The rooms are great and you make friends for life :)
So so so so so so so so sick m8
It's lit. Convenient, great size room, en suite, (bumped my head a few times on the fixtures but I might be the problem there)
Everything worked. Staff were friemdly and went beyond what I expected. If something was broken it was fixed immediately. The rooms were spacious with an ensuite.
Really good, except for the fact that we didn't have a common room...
Couldn't ask for a better place to live in 1st year!
Great location but very expensive. Was social at the start but then bcause very unsocial.
I made so many friends in Butler, but there was no common room to meet people from other floors (so lots of flat parties had to make us for this!!) and the cleaning staff were a bit rubbish.
Close to all lecture halls and bars on campus with the nicest en suite rooms and most social flats!
The hall is near the shop which is convenient, and close to most things on campus
It's better than a lot of halls on campus
Honestly not really worth the money. The actual hall itself is not cleans and the students make it worst. when i moved in the bathroom or room itself had not been cleaned. so i had to do it myslef
Nicer location than gower and wedderburn, also fewer fire alarms
Top end of the price scale, but you get what you pay for
Loved halls, met all my uni friends in halls. It was amazing and value for Money especially as an eu Student that needed to leave their stuff in halls over xmas (you couldnt do that in other halls)
Yeah they're pretty decent halls....except Kingswood. Good job I'm not there
Despite being the most expensive, everything was falling apart, the elevator broke on the 2nd week, kettle leaked, my toilet seat was not actually attached to the toilet. There was other stuff too, fridge stopped working and had to be replaced, and most likely things I forgot to mention. The rooms in Founders are much bigger and nicer, though Butler does have a good sense of community since you're packed together with 8 other people. The rooms are decent, however the bed is lumpy and hard but there's a really big work desk which could easily fit a laptop, printer, books and possibly a houseplant, if you desire somebody to speak to.
really good - shame there's no social space but the kitchens are fine once you get to know everyone.
I loved my year in Tuke! Made some great friends, had quite a few parties. Its a great locaton on campus. You are less than 10 minutes walk from everything, and it is one of the closest halls to Egham town. The showers are great, huge kitchens, and the walls aren't made of paper so I could hardly hear my flat mates.
Tuke hall is right in the centre of campus. Perfect location. Double beds, surprisingly spacious modern ensuite wet room. Maintenance dealt with quickly. Cleaner comes Monday to Friday but does seem to complain if its not already clean. Fabulous internet. Fast access, very reliable, maybe 2 instances where it was down in the whole year. Only downside is the lack of a common room. Only social space is the very spacious kitchen in each flat so there isn't a space for different flats to come together.
Kitchen big but no sofa area. Okay bathroom and good that it was a double bed
Wonderful place to live, and provided some brilliant memories!
For what you pay, you get a double bed as well as a kitchen as you will be self catered and am en-suite which makes WT&B a popular choice ! Unfortunately there is not communal social space for residents to go, therefore the main social space in each flat is the kitchen. The social experience is great nethertheless, and you'll have the best time!
Great spacious, clean halls with ensuites and double beds, cleaned daily and maintained well, only problem is no common/living room
Lovely room and kitchen, cleaned well. Great facilities with double bed and en suite. Around 5 min walk to most other places on campus.
I loved my time in Tuke, the flats of 8 are really social and the rooms are laid out really comfortably and are really convenient to live in. They're conveniently placed especially if you study something like Psychology, Biosciences or Geography. Good for getting home from the SU safely and near the back gate. Had a few issues with the heating and hot water but they were sorted out - we weren't compensated though. Cleaners come in every weekday which means by Sunday the kitchen can get a bit grim.
Great Hall, very modern and offers you the possibility to eat and cook with your flatmates. Very friendly ambiance, good infrastrcutures
A little expensive but this is because it is uni of London. Wet room is annoying but otherwise really amazing halls.
modern and clean, without the walk that you get from Gower or Wedderburn
nice rooms but no social space!
Social space = kitchen probably helped with bonding and drinking best nights of my life in that kitchen