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    Hello i am going to kingston university at knights park this September!
    I don’t live in England so I did not had chance to visit the uni and therefore have zero clue about specific information.

    Which halls do you guys recommend the most? I would like halls where students socialise the most and overall has great atmosphere!
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    Hi I'm in the same sit as you!! hope someone can help us lol
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    (Original post by charlotte.mc)
    Hi I'm in the same sit as you!! hope someone can help us lol
    really do hope so haha xD
    which course have you applied for?
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    (Original post by effy E)
    really do hope so haha xD
    which course have you applied for?
    BA Fine art u?
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    (Original post by charlotte.mc)
    BA Fine art u?
    BA illustration animation!
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    (Original post by effy E)
    BA illustration animation!
    cool we're best friends now. Where you coming from? I'm from jersey but got to visit for the interview but they didn't how the halls anyways. Clayhill looks ok but there are horror stories about not having hot water and things rip ahaha
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    (Original post by charlotte.mc)
    cool we're best friends now. Where you coming from? I'm from jersey but got to visit for the interview but they didn't how the halls anyways. Clayhill looks ok but there are horror stories about not having hot water and things rip ahaha
    Im from Spain! Omg i never actually visited kingston so really just going with my guts feeling😂 how did you find the uni though? true i heard that Clayhill and Middle mill often had some problems with heating stuff... Saw someone saying Seething Wells has fun nightlife long time ago but i am not sure anymore i think im going to choose between Kingston Bridge, seething wells or iq(?), although i am 0% certain on anything. Hbu?
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    Yh I visited quite a lot of uni’s but kingston is the only one that’s creative department wasnt a complete **** hole lmao yh i looked at kingston bridge too, i think i was just drawn to clay hill because of the number of rooms so more people?
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    If you're studying at Knights Park (Kingston School of Art) I'd go for Middle Mill Hall as it's literally 100m from the campus. I stayed there during my first year of study (2014-15) and I really enjoyed it! Although it's one of the smallest halls of residence (around 250 rooms) there's quite a strong community feel with Knights Park's Student Union Bar on your doorstep which is a great place to socialise and meet new people!
    It was completely refurbished in the summer of 2014 so I basically moved into a brand new flat. It's also in the most convenient and pleasant location in my opinion ( being built on the banks of the Hogsmill river and a short walk to town). Other halls are out of the way and gloomy; Clayhill Hall is literally plotted between the railway and a cemetery, Kingston Bridge House is a refurbished office block tower and Seething Wells is an ex-mental asylum.
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    joining this year too! haven't had the chance to visit yet but will do in about a month's time staying at seething wells throughout the year though! block y thrilled already, hehe-
 
 
 
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