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    Heya,
    I'm planning on studying at Westminster's Regent campus in September, and it seems the only halls available to me through the uni is Raffles and Victoria and stuff over in Wembley? Obviously its like so far away that the travel cost will be huge and i will have a tiny student loan. So basically i was wandering, is Alexander Fleming Hall strictly for international students? If so, why?
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    (Original post by talbirdsd)
    Heya,
    I'm planning on studying at Westminster's Regent campus in September, and it seems the only halls available to me through the uni is Raffles and Victoria and stuff over in Wembley? Obviously its like so far away that the travel cost will be huge and i will have a tiny student loan. So basically i was wandering, is Alexander Fleming Hall strictly for international students? If so, why?
    People studying at Marylebone and regent street have to stay in raffles house they don't have no other choice cause Victoria halls aren't available when applying through Westminster anymore and people studying at the other two campus's have the choice of Harrow halls or raffles house

    There are obv other accommodations but all of them are mainly for post grad and really expensive it sucks as Harrow halls are cheaper then raffles house and it sucks for people who didn't get a scholarship and don't have a lot of money
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    (Original post by LivvyLee4)
    People studying at Marylebone and regent street have to stay in raffles house they don't have no other choice cause Victoria halls aren't available when applying through Westminster anymore and people studying at the other two campus's have the choice of Harrow halls or raffles house

    There are obv other accommodations but all of them are mainly for post grad and really expensive it sucks as Harrow halls are cheaper then raffles house and it sucks for people who didn't get a scholarship and don't have a lot of money
    yeah seems really strange they wouldn't offer anything closer to the actual campus! if i live at Raffles my rent wont even be covered by my student loan and i'll have to pay upwards of £90 a month for travel to Regent Street!?

    do you know anything about if Alexander Flaming is exclusively for international students?
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    (Original post by talbirdsd)
    yeah seems really strange they wouldn't offer anything closer to the actual campus! if i live at Raffles my rent wont even be covered by my student loan and i'll have to pay upwards of £90 a month for travel to Regent Street!?

    do you know anything about if Alexander Flaming is exclusively for international students?
    I don't know anything about that sorry x
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    (Original post by LivvyLee4)
    People studying at Marylebone and regent street have to stay in raffles house they don't have no other choice cause Victoria halls aren't available when applying through Westminster anymore and people studying at the other two campus's have the choice of Harrow halls or raffles house

    There are obv other accommodations but all of them are mainly for post grad and really expensive it sucks as Harrow halls are cheaper then raffles house and it sucks for people who didn't get a scholarship and don't have a lot of money
    Hello

    I just spoke with the student accommodation team. Alexander Fleming Halls are exclusively for International Study Abroad/Erasmus students. They did say however that you can apply to live in Harrow Halls if you're studying at Regent Campus. If you have already applied for Halls but want to stay in Harrow then you can email the team directly and ask to be considered for Harrow instead. Their email is [email protected] .ac.uk

    Best of luck

    Kim
    Course Enquiries Team
 
 
 
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