Bristol accomodation - Brunel House?

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Has anyone heard of it? I think it was only recently added to the accommodation site, but it states its been open/in partnership with Unite Students since 2018? I'm thinking of applying for it when the applications open, but I can't find anything about it anywhere other than the accom site
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I’m in the same position, I’ve seen the uni website and it looks great, really nice and in a good location. But since it’s new I’d be worried about social life/atmosphere ... Anyone know anything ?
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I’m in the same position, I’ve seen the uni website and it looks great, really nice and in a good location. But since it’s new I’d be worried about social life/atmosphere ... Anyone know anything ?
One thing I did notice about it is that the tenancy is 50 weeks as opposed to 43 in most of the other residences which slightly put me off, I'm not planning to stay in accomodation for most of the year, it could be a viable option if you're an international student/want to stay in accom for longer?
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(Original post by indie.sxnds)
One thing I did notice about it is that the tenancy is 50 weeks as opposed to 43 in most of the other residences which slightly put me off, I'm not planning to stay in accomodation for most of the year, it could be a viable option if you're an international student/want to stay in accom for longer?
I had seen that too, maybe it is more of a place for postgrad/international students ... nothing wrong with that at all as it looks really lovely, but maybe I’ll look at the other more popular ones first ...
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yh brunel house looks rlly nice and my mate who goes bris also says the social scene is still good, most people in there are home students anyway so it isnt a problem
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I had seen that too, maybe it is more of a place for postgrad/international students ... nothing wrong with that at all as it looks really lovely, but maybe I’ll look at the other more popular ones first ...
The accommodation site has changed the tenancy to 42 weeks now idk if its just me hahah but a few things about the some of the halls have changed recently ie price, types of rooms, number of rooms etc? i guess nothing is final until may when applications open
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