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    I got an offer from KCL (Strand campus) and I'm going to firm my place. In April when we are choosing our accommodation, should I choose an intercollegiate hall? Or King's housing (Moonraker or Urbanest Westminster)?

    My priorities are:
    1. located at a walking distance to/from Strand Campus
    2. Lively social scene
    3. Clean/relatively modern
    4. en-suite

    I am worried that if I choose an intercollegiate hall or Urbanest, there won't be many King's students so I will be left out. is this the case?

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    As someone at UCL staying in an intercollegiate hall, I can definitely say you wont be left out! there will be a considerable number of Kings students, not to mention being at an intercollegiate hall you're pretty likely to join in with other university freshers fairs, nights out, library revision sessions etc. Intercollegiate halls are great!
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    (Original post by kelefi)
    As someone at UCL staying in an intercollegiate hall, I can definitely say you wont be left out! there will be a considerable number of Kings students, not to mention being at an intercollegiate hall you're pretty likely to join in with other university freshers fairs, nights out, library revision sessions etc. Intercollegiate halls are great!
    Thanks for your reply! sounds great to hear that the social scene will be nice with not only KCL students but other london uni students. Do quite a lot of first-year students choose to stay at an intercollegiate hall? I am thinking about the Garden Halls.
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    (Original post by musso123)
    Thanks for your reply! sounds great to hear that the social scene will be nice with not only KCL students but other london uni students. Do quite a lot of first-year students choose to stay at an intercollegiate hall? I am thinking about the Garden Halls.
    The intercollegiate halls are quite packed! I'm not sure about garden halls, but College hall is completely full aha.
    Garden halls is a very nice place as well
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    How is the catering at College Hall?
 
 
 
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