University Owned Houses

13th in Coventry

Reviews

Anonymous

Location was far but the failures were nice such as the kitchen. However the bathroom was too small but my room was decent.

Anonymous

The university owned houses pretty neat. There are a few problems like the heating not working sometimes and troubles with the wi-fi but I believe students do get adequate service for the money they pay. The only other downside I could name is the fact that some of them are located in more residential areas so it's quite a walk to and from the university.

Anonymous

The university owned houses are normally given to people that didn’t make their first few choices. When this happens it’s natural to feel disheartened and feel like you’re not going to experience what everyone else does but this is the complete opposite. It was tonnes of fun living in a house rather than halls and so much more freedom. I was able to live in university owned house and also halls and if I had to choose then the house would be my ideal choice.

Anonymous

My room is too small but the house is great itself. Decent distance to the university but not close to any of the cheaper shopping places. The WiFi is terrible and always disconnects while I’m using it, more time I use my personal phone data instead

Anonymous

I live 25 minutes from campus so my uni experience so far means that a ridiculous amount has been spent on Uber so far. The area I am staying in is quite secluded. There is a high street but it isnt really student friendly. October: my room was broken into and laptop was stolen. Friend’s room was flooded(she has moved) so right now the term has been pretty depressing. I pray next year brings happiness to all dimensions of this uni house.