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Looks like i'm going to bath in september.
What's the best accommodation? What's the best for partying and social stuff?
Want to stay on campus and as much exposure to everything and everyone.
Any opinions of what you think is the best?
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To add on to this- I have firmed Bath as my choice, how would a prospective student go about finding accommodation, when is a good time to apply for student accommodation?
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Hi
Looks like i'm going to bath in september.
What's the best accommodation? What's the best for partying and social stuff?
Want to stay on campus and as much exposure to everything and everyone.
Any opinions of what you think is the best?
Cheers
I’m not sure about partying but I’ve firmed bath too! I want to stay in Brendon Court because of the eat&drink credit, and having flatmates who have it too means you’ll be more likely to get meals together and bond, which hopefully means more partying as the bonds develop!!
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Hi
Looks like i'm going to bath in september.
What's the best accommodation? What's the best for partying and social stuff?
Want to stay on campus and as much exposure to everything and everyone.
Any opinions of what you think is the best?
Cheers
Hi there,

Firstly, that's amazing that you're considering Bath!

With regards to which is the best accommodation, it really depends on your personal taste. If you follow this thread, I break down the campus ensuite accommodation blocks in detail, and if you scroll to my answer on this thread, I compare ensuite vs non-ensuite accommodation in detail. I'd definitely suggest reading my detailed answers on those threads to understand what I mean, but overall I'd say the best ensuite accommodation is Marlborough/Solsbury as the bedrooms and bathrooms are big, they are in a great location on campus and the flats are a good size with adequate social space. The Quads have a bigger social space shared between 2 flats, but the bedrooms/bathrooms are tiny in comparison so it's not worth it, especially considering most people socialise in the SU and across campus, not just in their flats. Overall though, I'd suggest going fro non-ensuite accommodation such as Eastwood or Norwood. The flats have more people (~10-12 instead of 5-7), so they're far more sociable, which means you're a lot more likely to make friends and socialise. I like in Marlborough/Solsbury and it was quite cliquey since the flats were smaller, whereas the people I know who lived in Eastwood and Norwood made huge groups of friends. It's definitely worth it to share a few bathrooms (which everyone says isn't an issue at all anyways) considering how much money you save, and how much more social the accommodations are.

I hope this has helped, and please let me know fi you have any more questions or need further clarification
Jessica, a third year NatSci student
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I’m not sure about partying but I’ve firmed bath too! I want to stay in Brendon Court because of the eat&drink credit, and having flatmates who have it too means you’ll be more likely to get meals together and bond, which hopefully means more partying as the bonds develop!!
Hi there,

That's amazing that you've firmed Bath, and congratulations on receiving and offer!

I saw your answer and thought I would provide some clarification so that you can make sure you choose the best accommodation for your needs Brendon Court is catered accommodation, but the Eat and Drink credit you receive is spent in eateries across campus, such as Lime Tree and The Fountain Canteen - there isn't a singular cafeteria where everyone eats. My point is that having catered accommodation doesn't guarantee you'll be with your flatmates more, or eats meals with them. In fact, I'd say being self-catered means you'll be with them more as you'll all be cooking and eating in the same place, and can cook flat meals together. If you're catered and have Eat and Drink credit, people eat all across campus.

If you want a really social, friendly accommodation I'd suggest looking into Norwood or Eastwood for non-ensuite options, and The Quads as an ensuite option. Personally I'd suggest going for non-ensuite, as the flats have more people in them so are a lot more sociable, and you'll also save £50-100 a week! The amount of money you save, and how much easier it is to make loads of friends in accommodation blocks like Eastwood and Norwood is well worth the sacrifice of sharing 3-4 bathrooms between you.

If you have any more questions, or need further clarification on anything, please do let me know

Jessica, a third year NatSci student
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Hi there,

That's amazing that you've firmed Bath, and congratulations on receiving and offer!

I saw your answer and thought I would provide some clarification so that you can make sure you choose the best accommodation for your needs Brendon Court is catered accommodation, but the Eat and Drink credit you receive is spent in eateries across campus, such as Lime Tree and The Fountain Canteen - there isn't a singular cafeteria where everyone eats. My point is that having catered accommodation doesn't guarantee you'll be with your flatmates more, or eats meals with them. In fact, I'd say being self-catered means you'll be with them more as you'll all be cooking and eating in the same place, and can cook flat meals together. If you're catered and have Eat and Drink credit, people eat all across campus.

If you want a really social, friendly accommodation I'd suggest looking into Norwood or Eastwood for non-ensuite options, and The Quads as an ensuite option. Personally I'd suggest going for non-ensuite, as the flats have more people in them so are a lot more sociable, and you'll also save £50-100 a week! The amount of money you save, and how much easier it is to make loads of friends in accommodation blocks like Eastwood and Norwood is well worth the sacrifice of sharing 3-4 bathrooms between you.

If you have any more questions, or need further clarification on anything, please do let me know

Jessica, a third year NatSci student
Thank you, you actually really made me consider my option!! I was looking at Norwood House and it actually looks really nice, so I was thinking of maybe choosing there instead. My only worry for having self-catered accommodation would be how meals would work- for example would they want to have a list of who buys what or would they just buy things for themselves and themselves only? I’m worried that I wouldn’t be able to survive fending for myself, partly because I’m a terrible cook.
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Thank you, you actually really made me consider my option!! I was looking at Norwood House and it actually looks really nice, so I was thinking of maybe choosing there instead. My only worry for having self-catered accommodation would be how meals would work- for example would they want to have a list of who buys what or would they just buy things for themselves and themselves only? I’m worried that I wouldn’t be able to survive fending for myself, partly because I’m a terrible cook.
Hi there,

I'm glad I could help! Most people tend to just buy their own groceries and cook for themselves, but some people do flat meals as well once everyone gets to know each other - it really just depends! I wouldn't worry too much about fending for yourself, as it's really easy to cook some simple, staple meals as a student - they even give out recipes at Freshers Fair.

I hope this has helped,
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Aw okay thank you so much!! That’s really helpful- also do you know when we can buy the fresher’s wristbands, and if the neon rave at Bath is legitimate?
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Aw okay thank you so much!! That’s really helpful- also do you know when we can buy the fresher’s wristbands, and if the neon rave at Bath is legitimate?
Hey Aleisha4102,

I can't find a date for 2020, but last year they went on sale at the beginning of September, so I would assume a similar timeframe

I am not sure about the neon night you mention, but there are normally events hosted by the clubs in town during freshers, so this might be one of those. Although these are not part of the SU's wristband.

It can be hard to know which events to buy tickets for and whether or not to buy the wristband. I chose to get the wristband to be safe and luckily my flatmates did the same. If people didn't have one they had to queue longer to get into the events but everyone I knew still got in. For the town nights, I would maybe hold off buying anything for the moment as it is still a long way off and normally people are re-selling tickets on Facebook if you do miss out!

Hope this helps, just quote me if you have any more questions

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Thank you, you actually really made me consider my option!! I was looking at Norwood House and it actually looks really nice, so I was thinking of maybe choosing there instead. My only worry for having self-catered accommodation would be how meals would work- for example would they want to have a list of who buys what or would they just buy things for themselves and themselves only? I’m worried that I wouldn’t be able to survive fending for myself, partly because I’m a terrible cook.
Hiya!

Current first year pharmacy student here!

The only thing to be mindful of in Norwood is it’s above the university “nightclub” so if you’re not a partner and value getting a full night’s sleep (like me) then I wouldn’t recommend it.

I’ve lived in Westwood this year and it’s a massive lottery with it - some of the Westwood buildings a much nicer than others so I’d have to second Eastwood being a choice that I would go for next time if I didn’t want an en suite

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Aw okay thank you so much!! That’s really helpful- also do you know when we can buy the fresher’s wristbands, and if the neon rave at Bath is legitimate?
Hi there,

I was a Freshers' Captain last year, so hopefully I can help by adding to what Alice has said

As Alice said, the official Uni of Bath wristbands go on sale around the beginning of September. This gives you access to all the campus events, and gets you in faster than if you don't have a wristband (which is obviously desirable during Freshers' when you just want to be having fun with new friends and not queuing).

The Neon Rave you're talking about is a city event, so it's events run by private companies during Freshers' week to get more business from students. Some people do buy these non-official wristbands for events in nightclubs in town, but the large majority of people get the official university one instead. The uni one is only for campus events, but they are all run by the uni, are amazing events (i.e. Scouting for Girls and Ministry of Sound were at Bath Freshers' week last year) and 99% of other Freshers' will be at the uni events anyway. Most people I know who got the unofficial city event tickets/wristbands ended up not going to any of the city events and queued for campus ones instead. In general, most people stick to the official campus events during Freshers' week (as it's far more convenient then getting the bus to town, and you can meet more friends faster) and then start going to city club nights after Freshers'.

Getting the uni one is also a bit better as you'll have Freshers' captains at campus events too. These are older students who volunteer to help out at Freshers' week, so they show you around campus, come visit you on the club nights and get you into the mix of things. It sounds a bit silly, but Freshers' captains are a massive help to Freshers', so if you're at city events you'll be missing out on that. At city events, there'll also be a mix of Uni of Bath and Bath Spa students, so you might find it harder to meet Freshers' from your uni,

Overall, I'd say getting the official uni wristband is more worthwhile, but to (as Alice said) wait a bit until you purchase an unofficial city club night/event as these may not be hugely popular so you don't want to waste your money.

I hope this has helped,
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Hi
Looks like i'm going to bath in september.
What's the best accommodation? What's the best for partying and social stuff?
Want to stay on campus and as much exposure to everything and everyone.
Any opinions of what you think is the best?
Cheers
Hi, the Universities are both out of the city centre, we recommend live outside of campus if you want to have more socialization with the outside world. we are the Depot student accommodation in Bath, we have a bus station to both Uni right outside the building, and very close to popular bars and pubs, if you are interested please visit our website or drop us an email at studentroost.co.uk for more information
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Hi
Looks like i'm going to bath in september.
What's the best accommodation? What's the best for partying and social stuff?
Want to stay on campus and as much exposure to everything and everyone.
Any opinions of what you think is the best?
Cheers
Hi Loafyton

Bath is a great student city with nightlife and many opportunities to socialise. The best thing to do would be to come up with points on what exactly you are looking for. Some useful questions that you may ask yourself will include:
- Are you looking for en-suite accommodation?
- Would you like to live in a flat or a studio?
- Would you be happy to choose self-catered accommodation?
- Is common space/social room important for you?

There is a variety of student accommodation available in Bath. If you are looking for a studio (can be shared with a friend) it might be worth looking at Student Roost, which offers different types of studios only 10 minutes away from both universities.

I hope this has helped a little and wish you luck with finding the right accommodation Klaudia
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Hiya!

Current first year pharmacy student here!

The only thing to be mindful of in Norwood is it’s above the university “nightclub” so if you’re not a partner and value getting a full night’s sleep (like me) then I wouldn’t recommend it.

I’ve lived in Westwood this year and it’s a massive lottery with it - some of the Westwood buildings a much nicer than others so I’d have to second Eastwood being a choice that I would go for next time if I didn’t want an en suite

- Izzy
hi sorry just wondering - would you say Norwood was unbearably noisy or not too bad? im someone who probably would be going out to the SU on those nights anyway but if i didn't sometimes is it really hard to sleep? also would you recommend norwood over eastwood in terms of being social bc it has the common room type space. thanks x
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hi sorry just wondering - would you say Norwood was unbearably noisy or not too bad? im someone who probably would be going out to the SU on those nights anyway but if i didn't sometimes is it really hard to sleep? also would you recommend norwood over eastwood in terms of being social bc it has the common room type space. thanks x
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I lived in Westwood so cant comment with too much validity but if you’d be going to them then you’d probably be fine! From what I know it’s not unbearable. Eastwood does have the social space which helps but socialising with flatmates really does depend on how much effort you put in - if you try your best to talk to the people you live with then you should get the same back from them!
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hi sorry just wondering - would you say Norwood was unbearably noisy or not too bad? im someone who probably would be going out to the SU on those nights anyway but if i didn't sometimes is it really hard to sleep? also would you recommend norwood over eastwood in terms of being social bc it has the common room type space. thanks x
Hi there,

Several of my friends lived in Norwood on the upper floors and said the noise was never really an issue, and no more of a disturbance than noise elsewhere on campus. I've stayed overnight in the lower Norwood floors, and it is fairly noisy but not so much that you can't sleep. It's basically the same as someone in the room below you playing their music loudly, but I slept through it just fine (and if you do struggle to sleep, cheap earplugs would easily resolve this). All in all, the noise isn't a huge issue from what I've been told by friends, and in my personal experience. On top of that, if you do end up living in one of the lower floors, I'm fairly certain you get free entry to the SU club nights as compensation so in a way it's worth it to occasionally deal with the noise if you save money.

Norwood and Eastwood are both fairly similar. Both are non-ensuite accommodations with around a larger number of flatmates (7-10 in Norwood, 11-13 in Eastwood). Both are really sociable accommodations, so great options in terms of making friends and having fun. My main comparisons between the 2 would be:

- Norwood is smack bang in the centre of campus, whereas Eastwood is a bit less central. Eastwood is still close to all the main places on campus though, so both are good in that regard.

- Norwood is a large building with flats, and you'll live in a room in one of the flats. Eastwood is several separate houses, so you live in a room with a house of people.

- Norwood has a large social space on the 4th floor for all the flats to use, as well as the shared kitchen/living space. Eastwood houses just have the shared kitchen/living space.

Other than that, the rooms are essentially identical, and they're fairly similar price. Personally would say to go for Norwood if you don't mind potentially being disturbed by a bit of noise, but if you think that might bother you than I'm sure you'd love Eastwood too It might also be worth you checking out the Uni of Bath YouTube channel, as we have some room tour videos on there (Eastwood one here), and the 360 room tours on the Uni of Bath accommodation webpages.

I hope this has helped,
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Hi there,

Several of my friends lived in Norwood on the upper floors and said the noise was never really an issue, and no more of a disturbance than noise elsewhere on campus. I've stayed overnight in the lower Norwood floors, and it is fairly noisy but not so much that you can't sleep. It's basically the same as someone in the room below you playing their music loudly, but I slept through it just fine (and if you do struggle to sleep, cheap earplugs would easily resolve this). All in all, the noise isn't a huge issue from what I've been told by friends, and in my personal experience. On top of that, if you do end up living in one of the lower floors, I'm fairly certain you get free entry to the SU club nights as compensation so in a way it's worth it to occasionally deal with the noise if you save money.

Norwood and Eastwood are both fairly similar. Both are non-ensuite accommodations with around a larger number of flatmates (7-10 in Norwood, 11-13 in Eastwood). Both are really sociable accommodations, so great options in terms of making friends and having fun. My main comparisons between the 2 would be:

- Norwood is smack bang in the centre of campus, whereas Eastwood is a bit less central. Eastwood is still close to all the main places on campus though, so both are good in that regard.

- Norwood is a large building with flats, and you'll live in a room in one of the flats. Eastwood is several separate houses, so you live in a room with a house of people.

- Norwood has a large social space on the 4th floor for all the flats to use, as well as the shared kitchen/living space. Eastwood houses just have the shared kitchen/living space.

Other than that, the rooms are essentially identical, and they're fairly similar price. Personally would say to go for Norwood if you don't mind potentially being disturbed by a bit of noise, but if you think that might bother you than I'm sure you'd love Eastwood too It might also be worth you checking out the Uni of Bath YouTube channel, as we have some room tour videos on there (Eastwood one here), and the 360 room tours on the Uni of Bath accommodation webpages.

I hope this has helped,
Jessica, a third year NatSci student
Thanks Jessica, this was very helpful! x
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Thanks Jessica, this was very helpful! x
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No problem, glad I could help!

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Hi there,

Firstly, that's amazing that you're considering Bath!

With regards to which is the best accommodation, it really depends on your personal taste. If you follow this thread, I break down the campus ensuite accommodation blocks in detail, and if you scroll to my answer on this thread, I compare ensuite vs non-ensuite accommodation in detail. I'd definitely suggest reading my detailed answers on those threads to understand what I mean, but overall I'd say the best ensuite accommodation is Marlborough/Solsbury as the bedrooms and bathrooms are big, they are in a great location on campus and the flats are a good size with adequate social space. The Quads have a bigger social space shared between 2 flats, but the bedrooms/bathrooms are tiny in comparison so it's not worth it, especially considering most people socialise in the SU and across campus, not just in their flats. Overall though, I'd suggest going fro non-ensuite accommodation such as Eastwood or Norwood. The flats have more people (~10-12 instead of 5-7), so they're far more sociable, which means you're a lot more likely to make friends and socialise. I like in Marlborough/Solsbury and it was quite cliquey since the flats were smaller, whereas the people I know who lived in Eastwood and Norwood made huge groups of friends. It's definitely worth it to share a few bathrooms (which everyone says isn't an issue at all anyways) considering how much money you save, and how much more social the accommodations are.

I hope this has helped, and please let me know fi you have any more questions or need further clarification
Jessica, a third year NatSci student
Hi! I'm considering applying for a quiet flat because I'm a light sleeper but I'm not sure if this would cause me to not get the accommodation I want Do you know which are the quiet flats? I'm aiming for non-ensuite! TYSM
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Hi! I'm considering applying for a quiet flat because I'm a light sleeper but I'm not sure if this would cause me to not get the accommodation I want Do you know which are the quiet flats? I'm aiming for non-ensuite! TYSM
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The accommodation blocks where there will be quiet accommodation changes year by year, as it depends on what accommodation people who want quiet accommodation put as their options. You can see a blog with a Youtube video from a Bath student who lived in quiet accommodation here, and she says that in 2018-2019 it was mainly Marlborough and Solsbury Court, The Quads and Woodland Court - all of these are ensuite. I was a Freshers' Captain in 2019-2020, and I was a captain for some quiet accommodation in Westwood, which is non-ensuite. Essentially, there isn't really a way to know which accommodations will have quiet flats, as it changes by year.

The university website says:

"If you live in our designated quiet accommodation, you will be in an area where no noise is allowed after 10pm. This means no music, parties or friends visiting after this time, to help make sure it stays a quiet place to live for all residents. The Security team will report if there is noise after 10pm. If you are found being noisy after this time, you may be moved to other accommodation."

I feel this is a bit misleading, as I think these rules only apply to your specific block. The block that I was a captain for was in between 2 blocks where it was not designated quiet accommodation, so they would still obviously get noise from outside and the neighbouring flats, just not noise from other rooms within your own flat.

Also, non-ensuite accommodations tend to consist of bigger flats, around 8-12 people in a flat/house, whereas ensuite accommodation usually have smaller flats - for example, Marlborough/Solsbury have ~5 people to a flat. This means that non-ensuite accommodations tend to be a bit noisier. The exception is The Quads, where flats have about 10 people per flat with ensuite rooms, with a social space shared between 2 flats (~20 people). It's pretty common for people to host socials and pre-drinks in the Quads since they have the extra social space, and Quads is right in the centre of campus above Lime Tree (the main eatery) and the bus stop. Basically, even if you got a quiet flat in The Quads, it would likely still be fairly noisy due to other flats and the location on campus.

Overall, I would say that whoever you live on campus, be that ensuite or non-ensuite, or quiet or normal accommodation, you will always have to deal with some noise, from outside, neighbouring blocks etc. If you are a really light sleeper, I would say it would be worth applying for quiet accommodation as this will reduce the noise somewhat (since your block won't be as noisy thanks to the rules mentioned above), but I'm not sure how big of a difference this is. ~80% of students in quiet accommodation are satisfied with it, so hopefully that is some reassurance to you

The uni say on this webpage, that if you ask for quiet accommodation "it’ll be considered together with your room type preferences, although it is not guaranteed".

Essentially, they consider both the rooms chosen and your request for quiet accommodation, but they cannot guarantee either. So, whilst it may be worthwhile for your sleep to apply for quiet accommodation, it may impair the chances of you getting one of your top choices for accommodation. Based on all the info I've given, I'd suggest weighing up which is most important to you. If you live in quiet accommodation, you may be put in accommodation you don't like as much, but it will be a bit quieter. If you don't ask for quiet accommodation, it is more likely you'll get one of your higher preference rooms, but you may end up wanting ear plugs if your flat is noisy.

I personally don't think campus is that noisy (and I'm a fairly light sleeper too), except on Wednesdays and Saturdays after the campus club nights when everyone goes home. If you are aiming for non-ensuite, I'd say to definitely not apply for Norwood, as this is right above the SU and main area of campus so is pretty noisy. Look more at Westwood and Eastwood, as these are near the edge of campus so tend to be quieter.

I hope this has helped,
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