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Applying to Wesley Hall
- TEACHING MODE:
- OPEN DAYS:
- On-campus open days on 9th Jul & 10th Sep.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- They fully intend to continue to provide on-campus, in-person teaching throughout 2022. Face coverings are required in most indoor spaces unless students are exempt.
Read Wesley Hall Reviews
Value: • Fair accommodation for students looking to study on-campus at Roehampton, especially for those studying courses in the Faculty of Business and Law. Although can be deemed as looking a bit rough due to marks on walls and minor damage to tables, desks etc. Location: • Many bus links outside the University, and Underground/Overground stations are nearby. Local stores and takeaways within walking distance. Property management: • Staff are easily contactable via email and telephone. Cleaning: • Cleaners will clean the communal areas of your flat once/twice a week. Social spaces: • Communal kitchen with table and chairs. Benches and picnic tables are available outside. Also, the community diner is only a minute away. Internet/Wifi: • Fast ethernet connection in rooms with an ethernet cable. • Student and Guest wifi networks are available, however, student wifi can be difficult to connect. Social experience: • Many social events are held on-campus, within walking distance.
In my first term, we were promised new washing machines and 3 years later, this has still not been put into place. A lot of the rooms had little/to no wifi. As well as in my first term, the lock on my en suite door broke whilst I was inside.
The rooms are very small. The toilet rooms are also tiny (great for going to the loo and washing your hands at the sametime). The best thing was the wifi for computers. The cleaners were good and engeineers came around to fix somethings fairly often. But honestly... Southlands (wesley hall) the kitchens are very old.. the sofa we had was broken and old (they chucked it eventually)... the chairs were like the terrible plastic ones from school. The social experience for most is pretty good... it's quite a close nit community. But the rooms, tiny hall way and old small kitchens... £5000... very poor investment.