Best accommodation choice for a new undergraduate at royal holloway

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Hi, I am pretty confused as to which accommodation I should pick as a new undergrad student of royal holloway, starting in September this year. Is it better to stay in a hall that's on campus but with a mix of postgrad and undergrad students? Or should I stay in a hall that's a 20 min walk away from the main campus and only filled with undergrad students?
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Hi, I am pretty confused as to which accommodation I should pick as a new undergrad student of royal holloway, starting in September this year. Is it better to stay in a hall that's on campus but with a mix of postgrad and undergrad students? Or should I stay in a hall that's a 20 min walk away from the main campus and only filled with undergrad students?
Hi there,

I just wanted to get in touch with some information which you might find useful. With our mixed postgraduate and undergraduate halls, new undergraduates won't actually be mixed with postgraduates. You'll have your own floors which consist of students studying at the same level as you. The building would be shared, but the students in your immediate vicinity will still be undergraduates.

I hope that helps!

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