I know that at for example, Uni. of Essex, my friend stays in all girls hall. I'm not sure however if she chose to do so or was allocated this choice.
Do you get a choice of single/mixed-gender halls? Information on this from anyone who already attends Pompey = appreciated
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- 27-01-2009 02:59
More about the University of Portsmouth
- 27-01-2009 12:58
The only single sex hall is Bateson Hall, where its arranged into flats for 4-6. All of the others as far as I'm aware are mixed.
Go here for more info: http://www.port.ac.uk/studentlife/ac...ence/guildhall
- 27-01-2009 21:04
Bateson is not a single sex hall but like the poster above me said, they do have single sex flats.
- 30-01-2009 20:48
I have friends who are In langstone who live in single sex
- 05-02-2009 00:12
When you apply for accom. you can specify that you want a single-sex flat.
Now I'm not sure how often this is listed to by the housing officers but I think it is because I know of pleanty single sex flats in different blocks.
And a strongly suggest you ask for it. I made a HUGE mistake by not doing it!
Anyway if you have housing problems, then the welfare officer is lovely and so is the whole student housing team.
(Original post by Aces&Diamonds)
- 06-02-2009 15:58
Aww thanks. Why did you not like living in mixed-gender halls?? How come?
We've had a LOT of problems with the boys in our flat.
It's just not something you want to deal with when your moving to a new city and already have so much to cope with.
So honestly if you think you will be better off in single-sex accom, then go for it.
The girls in my flat are the best and we all get along great but I just know it would be so much better if it was all girls.