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Hi,
i just got an offer for lcf and i’m still waiting on my csm reply but i was just wondering what the social life is like at ual and what halls are the best for parties? I want to have the classic uni experience in first year and go to a lot of parties, so i’m wondering if ual actually even has that. Can someone who’s been or applying to reply and tell me what they know?
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derin adetosoye on yt does videos on life at lcf and being a student in london and answers most all ur questions - might be worth having a look at <33
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(Original post by Anonymous)
derin adetosoye on yt does videos on life at lcf and being a student in london and answers most all ur questions - might be worth having a look at <33
thankyou !!! x
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(Original post by Anonymous)
Hi,
i just got an offer for lcf and i’m still waiting on my csm reply but i was just wondering what the social life is like at ual and what halls are the best for parties? I want to have the classic uni experience in first year and go to a lot of parties, so i’m wondering if ual actually even has that. Can someone who’s been or applying to reply and tell me what they know?
My friend goes there and he's doing well socially. I don't know the name of his halls exactly but after his first year, he moved out and moved in with the friends he made in year 1. UAL is also in a prime location in London, so having a bustling social life is the least of your worries unless you're inherently socially inept.
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My friend goes there and he's doing well socially. I don't know the name of his halls exactly but after his first year, he moved out and moved in with the friends he made in year 1. UAL is also in a prime location in London, so having a bustling social life is the least of your worries unless you're inherently socially inept.
thankyou!! Hopefully i get nice flat mates x
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I lived in Will Wyatt for study abroad and there were A LOT of fresher events and we even had a gc for our hall. People would organize to go to Fabric on weekends and stuff. WW is in an awesome location, if a little unsafe cos it’s technically in Hackney but there was literally a club like a 15 min walk from res. It’s a 5 min walk from Old street and in a prime location for great food, club scene and vintage shops in Brick Lane.
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