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So I am attending Roehampton starting September 2020 to do BA Primary Education.
I was wondering what the best way is to choose your "college" and the accommodation?
Also if anyone knows start dates, when accommodation opens etc...

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Hi there, I am a second year student at Roehampton and your college would be Froebel for education. You can choose to live on any college but it sometimes better to live on your college because you will meet people from your course. I study dance which is also located on Froebel but I actually live in Elm Grove at Digby. I get to have a walk in the morning which I like so its completely up to you.Hope that helps
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Hi, where would I apply to if i am studying English n Journalism?
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(Original post by Jen_orr01)
Hi there, I am a second year student at Roehampton and your college would be Froebel for education. You can choose to live on any college but it sometimes better to live on your college because you will meet people from your course. I study dance which is also located on Froebel but I actually live in Elm Grove at Digby. I get to have a walk in the morning which I like so its completely up to you.Hope that helps
Hi, will you still be living on campus as a second year student? Would you recommend living on campus in your first year? I am going to be a first year but I am 21 so a little worried that living on campus with 18 y/o first years might be a little noisy and messy (no offence to anyone!!) I am very sociable and love to party etc but I'm concerned I might be a bit mature to be living with 18 y/o but I'm also worried that I wont make many friends living off-campus and might feel isolated, does anyone have any advice??
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(Original post by NickyGoldsmith)
Hi, will you still be living on campus as a second year student? Would you recommend living on campus in your first year? I am going to be a first year but I am 21 so a little worried that living on campus with 18 y/o first years might be a little noisy and messy (no offence to anyone!!) I am very sociable and love to party etc but I'm concerned I might be a bit mature to be living with 18 y/o but I'm also worried that I wont make many friends living off-campus and might feel isolated, does anyone have any advice??
Hi, I’m a second year at Roehampton! I’ve lived on campus for two years now and I’ll be living on campus again next year. From my experience (on Digby Stuart College) there are actually quite a lot of older students who live on-campus! I’ve lived with people in their 20s and 30s and they’ve all been lovely, and there doesn’t ever feel like there’s a divide between the 18 year olds and the more mature students. I would personally recommend living on campus because you’re closer to the action and it makes it a lot easier to get used to where everything is. Hope this helps! 😌
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