Dagfa House University of Nottingham

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Hey, I am looking to opt for accommodation in Dagfa house. Does anyone know anything about this accommodation. I can't find much online. Is it sociable, does it have a good balance of domestic and international students or does it skew more towards international students? Thanks!
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Hey, I am looking to opt for accommodation in Dagfa house. Does anyone know anything about this accommodation. I can't find much online. Is it sociable, does it have a good balance of domestic and international students or does it skew more towards international students? Thanks!
I think Dagfa House is already fully booked for Sept 2022
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I think Dagfa House is already fully booked for Sept 2022
Thanks. But do you know much about Dagfa? Would appreciate it if you have any intel on it.
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Hey, I am looking to opt for accommodation in Dagfa house. Does anyone know anything about this accommodation. I can't find much online. Is it sociable, does it have a good balance of domestic and international students or does it skew more towards international students? Thanks!
Hey,

I am a current 3rd year at Nottingham.

Dafga house is in Beeston which is about a 5min walk to campus or about 20 mins to the opposite (science) side of campus. The nearest shops are probably around a 10 min walk away so it is good for shopping and Beeston has a nice town centre.
It is also really close to Broadgate park which is a really large accommodation so you will probably end up finding friends that live there and you can then go out with them or invite them to your flat etc.
From what I know there is not a bias towards domestic or international students and you will probably find that there is a mix of people there.

https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/accommo...lls/dagfa-hall

I have left a link below where you can view pictures and the types of rooms available etc but if you want to know anything else just let me know,
Emily
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Hey,

I am a current 3rd year at Nottingham.

Dafga house is in Beeston which is about a 5min walk to campus or about 20 mins to the opposite (science) side of campus. The nearest shops are probably around a 10 min walk away so it is good for shopping and Beeston has a nice town centre.
It is also really close to Broadgate park which is a really large accommodation so you will probably end up finding friends that live there and you can then go out with them or invite them to your flat etc.
From what I know there is not a bias towards domestic or international students and you will probably find that there is a mix of people there.

https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/accommo...lls/dagfa-hall

I have left a link below where you can view pictures and the types of rooms available etc but if you want to know anything else just let me know,
Emily
Hey Emma - thanks so much for your reply, that's super helpful. Can i just ask is it pretty sociable at Dagfa itself or more quiet? Wishing you every success in your third year!
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Hey Emma - thanks so much for your reply, that's super helpful. Can i just ask is it pretty sociable at Dagfa itself or more quiet? Wishing you every success in your third year!
No worries,

Yeah from what I have heard dafga is pretty socialble, it helps being so close to broadgate park which can be a really livley accommodation. That being said if you wanted a quiet night in then there is always times where people chill, its not all going out every night. There are common rooms and kitchens where you can relax with other people or there is obviously your room if you need some alone time

Hope this helps,
Emily
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Thanks Emily, really appreciate your response... sounds like a good vibe there and Broadgate.
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