I'd point out Emmanuel to you;
1. We have a theatre in the Queen's building, which is used for films as well as plays and music concerts. There is a reasonably active film society, and the college student union also puts on film nights every so often. (If you're willing to put some work in to organise, it'd be possible to get the film society much more active. There is money available for societies from the students' union and college grants)
We have private sports grounds on Wilberforce Road, they're a bit of a distance but only about 10-15 min cycle. We have a Gym in college as well, table tennis and squash, and in summer Tennis and Badminton in college grounds.
2. Location - in the centre of town, next to Downing.
3.Size - lovely big garden called the paddock, almost a small park, you can walk on almost all the grass, and have meals outside in summer. Plenty of wildlife too. Has a swimming pool (unheated, so a little nippy)
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4. Reputation - known as the "friendly" college, for both students and staff.
5. societies - loads
6. Accomodation - very little en-suite, but this isn't really a bad thing. rooms themselves are lovely, and prices are very reasonable. In my experience, on-suite student accommodation is always overpriced and not much benefit over shared bathroom. There are enough bathrooms that waiting is rare.
2nd years mostly live out, though it is still possible to live within college. 1st, 3rd and 4th years all live in college.
However overall I'd remind you that there is a whole university out there, especially in regards to the film societies you can go to any college or uni-wide film society that advertises. Same with all other sorts of societies.
Also remember that there's only so much you can take on alongside your degree.
Location wise I would suggest in-town over near department, as you can easily cycle to the department (and in the first few years teaching is split between town and department), but it is much less convenient to have to walk into town for restaurants, evening societies and clubs.
Accommodation wise, at almost all colleges you will have to live out for one year, so get used to that. Colleges will still be able to provide accommodation, it will just be on other sites.Look at the rent prices
- rent will cost most of your student loan and for the expensive ones can be more than the whole loan, good value accommodation is worth looking for.
En-suite isn't worth the cost.