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    What's the halls like for City of Glasgow college? i'm going there in September and i'm trying to find somewhere to stay? any opinions on which halls ?
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    You picked halls yet? I'm also going in September, leaning towards Victoria Halls right now. What are you studying?
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    Not yet, I'm thinking Buchanan View but not 100% sure yet, i'm going to be doing tv wbu ?!
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    im going to college in september and thinking of halls, its either that or a flat with my mate. Blackfriars or buchanan view seem like the options though
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    (Original post by pep1108)
    im going to college in september and thinking of halls, its either that or a flat with my mate. Blackfriars or buchanan view seem like the options though
    yeah i'm now thinking blackfriars, it's more in the centre!
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    is anyone going to the riverside halls
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    I'm not sure if I should go to riverside or another hall.
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    student654321 I'm not sure how to reply to the message you sent me but send me contact details and ill reply to anything else. Also the answer to your question is yes i am going to City of Glasgow College. Still undecided about halls i wanna sort it out soon though.. Leaning towards Blackfriars but i want to know if the College ones are any good!
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    (Original post by pep1108)
    student654321 I'm not sure how to reply to the message you sent me but send me contact details and ill reply to anything else. Also the answer to your question is yes i am going to City of Glasgow College. Still undecided about halls i wanna sort it out soon though.. Leaning towards Blackfriars but i want to know if the College ones are any good!
    Yeah I've booked for blackfriars! What are you studying ?
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    Yeah I've booked for blackfriars! What are you studying ?
    nice im gonna book blackfriars aswell i think! Studying computer networks you?
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    (Original post by pep1108)
    nice im gonna book blackfriars aswell i think! Studying computer networks you?
    aw nice have you booked now ? oh nice one! i'm doing tv production
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    I myself went to City of Glasgow college last year.

    I stayed in the St Lukes halls and saw the Riverside accommodation too. Honest opinion?

    Don't.

    The St Luke ones were attached to a Premier Inn, as in literally next door to each other. This meant that there was noise complaints all the time. The flats also had rats, mites and were in a shocking state. The rules were relaxed so if you like parties and don't care about fancy rooms maybe this is for you but GOD they are overpriced. You can get a flat for cheaper, seriously.

    As for Riverside, they're strict. If you try and stumble in drunk at 11pm they won't let you in. Intoxicated people aren't allowed on the premises. Also, like St Lukes they are costly and you can get a flat for less.

    In all honesty, go with Liberty Halls, Victoria Halls or Unite Students (Buchanan View). Much cheaper, more organised, less of a rip off and more central.
 
 
 

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