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I will be an undergraduate at LSE from September 2020. I have booked the Garden Halls, which is an intercollegiate hall, but I have since read that is more convenient for LSE students to live in LSE Halls, for example Bankside. Will I find it harder to make friends and miss out on the full LSE experience living in a intercollegiate hall? Any advice is much appreciated!!!
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(Original post by DogeTacos)
I will be an undergraduate at LSE from September 2020. I have booked the Garden Halls, which is an intercollegiate hall, but I have since read that is more convenient for LSE students to live in LSE Halls, for example Bankside. Will I find it harder to make friends and miss out on the full LSE experience living in a intercollegiate hall? Any advice is much appreciated!!!
Both Garden Halls and Bankside are good socially, Roseberry is super social.
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