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London Student Accommodation
Applying to Floyer House
- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning.
- OPEN DAYS:
- On-campus open days on 17th Jun & 18th Jun.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- On-campus education will mostly be small group teaching: seminars, tutorials and practical work, depending on the subject area. Having some material delivered online enables students to learn at their own pace, revisiting material when they want to, while staying in close and easy contact with other students and our world-leading academic staff.
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Dont be put off by the bad reviews. Its a great location to campus and is cleaned daily. Whitechapel itself is not as bad as people say. Just dont go out alone at night like anywhere else. Dawson may look more green and lush but its quite a trek to lectures. Students union and other facilities are also at whitechapel. If you have lectures or societies at Mile End you can also walk because it is quite close.
I like the fact that it's situated right next to the lecture hall which is a major convenience, but at the same time I have to admit that it is in one of the worst possible locations in the whole of London, and I really would have preferred Dawson as it is in a much better part of London which is cleaner and more central. My friends agree with me that the other QMUL halls are far better, I would have much preferred to stay elsewhere. It is ok value for money, but there is no communal area apart from the garden in the centre which has a small badminton court. I suppose you have the post room at the entrance but that doesn't really count. The internet is good and we get free snacks during special events eg. green week but they are quite rare.