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    (Original post by Tam_Croucher)
    Are people looking at accommodation that's in the same place as most of their lectures?


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    Yeah most likely
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    Royal Holloway Wbu? xx


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    Royal Holloway Wbu? xx


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    Me too! Are you going to Royal Holloway applicant day on Saturday?

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    Me too! Are you going to Royal Holloway applicant day on Saturday?

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    Sorry for the late response. I went to the one on Valentines Day 😊 How did yours go?xx


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    Sorry for the late response. I went to the one on Valentines Day 😊 How did yours go?xx


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    That's okay! I went on Saturday and really enjoyed it. There was a lab tour which was really interesting we got to see the MRI scanner and do some tests like a driving simulator whilst adding up lol.

    Ive been to a couple of their open days and loved it my partner graduated from there a few years ago too

    Will you be coming from far or do you live local?x

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    Hi...! I'm going to be studying early childhood studies in September.

    How does the applying for accommodation process work???!!

    Jess x


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    (Original post by Amy_B2014)
    That's okay! I went on Saturday and really enjoyed it. There was a lab tour which was really interesting we got to see the MRI scanner and do some tests like a driving simulator whilst adding up lol.

    Ive been to a couple of their open days and loved it my partner graduated from there a few years ago too

    Will you be coming from far or do you live local?x

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    That's good 😊

    Erm, I live quite local to Roehampton but it takes me an hour and a half to two hours to get to RHUL by train. What about you? xx


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    Hi...! I'm going to be studying early childhood studies in September.How does the applying for accommodation process work???!!Jess xPosted from TSR Mobile
    The applications are open from the 1st April, and you put down your first and second choice of accommodation, and you'll find out why they offer you a few days after results day (13th August) they should email you with the website to apply soon
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    Does anybody know which halls they're applying for?
    I'm thinking of applying to Froebel at either Aspen or Willow, but I'm not sure because I haven't seen what their rooms are like.
    Digby looks really nice but I heard that the building work there is so bad that current students are requesting to be moved?!
    I've also heard that Southlands is quite boring and that a lot of students from there go to other colleges to socialise instead.


    I don't know if any of that is true but any advice would be great
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    Does anybody know which halls they're applying for?
    I'm thinking of applying to Froebel at either Aspen or Willow, but I'm not sure because I haven't seen what their rooms are like.
    Digby looks really nice but I heard that the building work there is so bad that current students are requesting to be moved?!
    I've also heard that Southlands is quite boring and that a lot of students from there go to other colleges to socialise instead.


    I don't know if any of that is true but any advice would be great
    I'm looking at either Shaw in Digby, or Epsworth/Aldersgate in Southlands. I imagine Southlands to be full of students, where I prefer something a bit quieter so I really like Digby as its spread out more, but then it's got the building works. Does anyone know how many people share a bathroom in Southlands?
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    Thankyou!!
    That's really helpful.x


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    Does anyone know what accommodation is the nicest? I'm looking for an en suite??


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    Who has applied for accommodation yet? I have! ^_^
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    When applying for accommodation, you have to pick your preferred College and then your room type (e.g. En suite, standard etc.). You cannot specifically pick which house you want you can add extra information (e.g. Preferred floor, single sex flat etc.)
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    (Original post by lauracoe97)
    I'm looking at either Shaw in Digby, or Epsworth/Aldersgate in Southlands. I imagine Southlands to be full of students, where I prefer something a bit quieter so I really like Digby as its spread out more, but then it's got the building works. Does anyone know how many people share a bathroom in Southlands?
    For Southlands, I think it is 5 - 8 people per block/flat :confused: I'm not too sure.
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