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Warwick Accommodation Info + Review: A Student’s View

Jess Taylor
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Hi Everyone!

This Month’s Vlog covers the topic of on-campus accommodation at Warwick, including an introduction to various things you might want to know about accommodation (and applying for accommodation), a summary of the atmosphere and location of each accommodation village and block, and a more detailed review of Tocil, my own first year hall.

If you have any accommodation questions (about halls, applying, cost, anything else), please feel free to send me a direct message on Our Warwick and I will get back to you ASAP!

Jess Taylor
Jess Taylor | Classics and English with Intercalated Year Abroad Contact Jess
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  • tpwk_04

    Which halls would you recommend for International/Indian first-year students? Are there any particular ones that come to mind? Or are all accommodations equally diverse?

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    • Jess Taylor
      Jess Taylor Classics and English with Intercalated Year Abroad

      Hiya, thanks for your question! In my opinion and experience, all halls are equally diverse. None of the halls are known for attracting certain groups of students over others, which can contribute to a really lovely group dynamic in your flat/corridor as a wide range of people get to know each other through the shared experience of joining to university together. Nonetheless, you could still consider the benefits of different accommodation halls/types if you want to. For example, Jack Martin, Arthur Vick, Rootes, and other ‘corridor’-style accommodations will have more students sharing the same kitchen/social spaces as you, so might allow you to get to know a wider range of students. On the other hand, living in a ‘flat’-style hall like Tocil or Sherbourne may allow you to get to know slightly fewer students in more depth. I hope that helps, and please reply if you want any more specific information!

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