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    Hi! I was just wondering if you're studying at St.Luke's campus, and the hospital is around that area, do people normally apply for halls on Streatham campus?Because it would be quite a lot further to travel everyday for lectures etc...? Or do most medics just apply for halls at St.Lukes?
    Thanks guys!
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    (Original post by Vintage05)
    Hi! I was just wondering if you're studying at St.Luke's campus, and the hospital is around that area, do people normally apply for halls on Streatham campus?Because it would be quite a lot further to travel everyday for lectures etc...? Or do most medics just apply for halls at St.Lukes?
    Thanks guys!
    Your only allowed to go for rowencroft, not sure if that's the name of the whole little medic accommodation though. Anyways the accommodation for medics is only of 2 choices .... their really nice though, other students can apply to them as well though, so it will be mixed students. The accommodation is right by St Lukes and it's very close to the hospital. It's like a 15 min walk from the steatham campus.
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    (Original post by ryan118244)
    Your only allowed to go for rowencroft, not sure if that's the name of the whole little medic accommodation though. Anyways the accommodation for medics is only of 2 choices .... their really nice though, other students can apply to them as well though, so it will be mixed students. The accommodation is right by St Lukes and it's very close to the hospital. It's like a 15 min walk from the steatham campus.
    really? we're only allowed 2 choices! huh,...ok cool thanks for the info! so rowencroft is the oly option...i better check it out!
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    (Original post by Vintage05)
    really? we're only allowed 2 choices! huh,...ok cool thanks for the info! so rowencroft is the oly option...i better check it out!
    As far as I know it is.
    It's pretty nice though!!! You have a more expensive one which is AMAZING! and then a cheaper one which is really good value for money. I think it's a good idea to have all the medics on the same little campus for accommodation though, it has a really nice communal feel to it as if you would be friends with everyone there.
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    ok I have been allocated Plymouth but I just asked for the term dates to see how long a licence I needed for accommodation.
    Term 1 – 19.09.11 – 16.12.11 (Including induction/enrolment)
    Term 2 – 03.01.12 – 23.03.12
    Term 3 – 10.04.12 – 20.07.12
    The 44 week accomodation ends on the 16th of July. I was just wondering what allocation I should get?
    Also, the longer license accomodation (anything over 40 weeks) is in the two blocks which have studio flats and en suite. Can you get standard rooms with communal showers etc with a longer license?
 
 
 
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