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London Student Accommodation
Applying to Woodward
- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning.
- OPEN DAYS:
- On-campus open days on 29th Jun, 30th Jun & 17th Sep.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- Teaching, research, and training will start on schedule and will be a combination of on-campus (in-person) and remote (online).
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Amazing value for money given its in London, only offered to 1st year students though. It’s located in North Acton so quite far away but it’s great for students on a budget, right next to the central line which can take you to Queensway where you can walk through Hyde park to get to imperial. Generally very social, great communal areas and events held all year. The area is also very student friendly with great facilities such as a gym, mini Tesco and pub all within a 2 min walk. Rooms are a great quality, all en-suite I think. Decent study space in rooms and communal kitchens. Cannot complain about this accommodation
Amazing accommodation and couldn’t recommend it highly enough.
Good experience, but with the long distances being annoying.
Very good hall, value for money but about 40 minutes commute time.
Nice quality hall. Far from campus though. Area is getting nicer and more vibrant as more students move in, so it has lots of potential.
Cheap, pretty far away from campus. The cleaning team were too nice to me considering how messy my room usually is. The common room is nice to chill in with everyone, but you get kicked out of kitchens at 11pm which makes lil group parties pretty difficult. Wifi was brill but I had to reconnect my computer at some point every day because it would just stop working.
Very cheap, but too far away (30-40min tube). Was brand new the year we stayed, thus everything looked and worked great. Kitchen cleaned twice a week but your flatmates will ensure it is unspeakably uninhabitable again within a few hours. The social life in the hall was great, whether at management organised events like the summer bbq or just in terms of walking around, making friends, turning up at a big pres and whatever flat. Last but not least, I had 700mpbs wifi in my room!!
Good spec, but far from uni and all other things
Best hall at imperial but annoying it’s a 30 min commute from campus/in North Acton
Main gripe is the cheap construction quality, we had towel racks, tvs and door stops breaking too often. It’s also in North Acton, so... area isn’t great. Besides that it’s a fun and lively place to spend 1st year and you save so much money on accomodation
Enormous halls with brand new facilities. Great kitchens, social spaces a restaurant and a gym. Wonderful panoramic views of London from the 18 story glass block
So cheap. Social activities are really good with big events each term and 3 bbqs over summer. Furthest away from campus but you get to see a lot more of London and get to know everyone else really well.
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It's nice, clean and good value