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    Basically I'm really interested in applying to the intercollegiate halls of the university of london, if I get into Goldsmiths, than Goldsmiths actually ones. This is for a number of reasons.

    1. They appear to be a lot more value for money.
    2. Many of my friends are applying to other London unis and will also be applying there.
    3. For health reasons, its best for me to have catered accommodation.

    However, I'm worried they're too far away. Has anyone ever stayed in intercollegiate halls and went to Goldsmiths before? What was your experience?
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    I haven't stayed in intercollegiate halls but I know people who have (although they're not at goldsmiths). It is quite far and i know people who are in housing far away from halls feel a bit left out of what really goes on at uni. Depends what you want man, if you want the whole experience of making new friends and staying near campus go to a goldsmiths one. If you're not bothered and you really want to go to an intercollegiate one then go there.
    At the end of the day which would you regret most if you didn't go? Travel doesn't matter that much as long as you're dedicated, although it will definitely cost a lot.
 
 
 
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