Student Village

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Anonymous

The student village was really well planned out. It was split into 4 courts and each had their own colour and sense of community. The halls themselves had all of the necessary amenities and also invluded en suites in each room. Each flat had 5-6 rooms which were nicely positioned so that you could all feel included. The kitchen/lounge was perfect for socialising and the massive windows let you see others busying about their day with their own flat. It was perfect for making friends and the rooms were a perfect size to have your own space.

Anonymous

The location is very lively full of students looking for a right laugh. The rooms are very basic but lovely. The facilities are very helpful and easily accessible.

Anonymous

I LOVED uwe’s Student village. I lived in Breacon court on Frenchay campus and it was the best year of my life. The halls are so modern and clean and the rooms are a really good size, as well as this, it’s really safe and secure. The atmosphere is great and I loved living somewhere I was surrounded by friends. I would do my first year over and over if I could and living in halls made it! There’s a great shop in the student village as well as being very close to the sports centre but also close to lectures and the main hub but far enough away that you don’t feel like you’re living in the middle of where you learn! BEST UNI EVER.

Anonymous

Spacious communal area. Reliable staff to repair any inconveniences to the flat, good sized room with ensuite. Close to supermarket and other shops as well as restaurants. Good internet connection, even with multiple devices, only a few clitches in different buildings. Campus offered a lot of useful facilities including a shop and Cafés. Quite expensive.

Anonymous

The hall is just a stone's throw from the university. The staff are polite and helpful. The accommodation also has regular maintenance and the room itself is comfortable and homely. The accommodation services give out treats during special occasions as well as the occasional freebie here and then.

Anonymous

The social life of living on campus was a dream, there’s no experience like being 100 steps from your best friends or people you can hang out with. Living in halls is something everyone should experience because it changes the way you see people and life. I have a lot of stuff so my room was a bit small for me but you have your own space with your own bathroom and it’s a great start to moving away from home.

Anonymous

Great location as you are right next to the university lectures theatres, however, for a night out it does take some planning and a short journey on a bus into town.

Anonymous

The rooms are a good size and you have a huge desk where you can store all your work. There is also loads of other storage space like cupboards to have all your clothes.

Anonymous

Location of the Student village is perfect, less than a 5 minute walk to any lecture hall, the SU, cash points and cafes. Also within close proximity to the local supermarket and restaurants. Amazing sports centre and gyms with running paths and couple paths going through campus. Socially amazing as you are surrounded by 4 other blocks from the Student village and amazing chance to meet people on your course and your accommodation during freshers and throughout the year.

Anonymous

Bedroom size is spacious and, from what I've seen, bigger than many other unis' halls. Kitchen is perfectly big enough and 6 flatmates seems the perfect size. Location is fantastic, 5 minute walk from my building, and with a great view of the astro turf so I can see all the sport, and there's a great view of the city from the window. Wouldn't change a thing about my halls.

Anonymous

Loved living here. The accommodation was modern and well equipped, and the rooms were generous in size. The only issue is that it is rather pricey.