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Clayton Campus Accommodation Questions

Meddie

New Member
Hi, I am thinking of applying to the on campus accommodation in monash uni clayton campus for entry in 2020. I have a few questions and would really be thankful if any of you could answer them.

  1. Is it hard to get a place in the halls if I apply now? I heard there can be long waiting lists, and what are my chances now?
  2. Do the coed showers in the residential halls have doors with locks or just a curtain?
  3. What are the pros/cons of each of the halls in the residential village and urban community? Any info would be appreciated! e.g regarding room quality, bathroom quality, internet, party scene, location, people, atmosphere, activities, etc.
  4. Which hall has the greatest percentage of med students?
If you guys can answer what you know, id be really grateful!!
 
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Icanttypeasd

Monash BMedSci & MD
Hi Meddie,

1. Apply soon as it will only get harder with waiting lists.

2. Yes I believe. Some bathrooms and toilets are divided between sex.

3.Residential village- pros - cheap, more social
cons- share toilet, shower, fridge, kitchen- it also is further away from campus - old.

Urban community pros- own toilet, shower, fridge , kitchen
cons- more expensive and can be less social

Internet is all similar.


4. Not sure really but all halls have a few. IMO making friends outside of medicine is a lot harder than inside so don't be too worried about it.
 

Meddie

New Member
Hi Meddie,

1. Apply soon as it will only get harder with waiting lists.

2. Yes I believe. Some bathrooms and toilets are divided between sex.

3.Residential village- pros - cheap, more social
cons- share toilet, shower, fridge, kitchen- it also is further away from campus - old.

Urban community pros- own toilet, shower, fridge , kitchen
cons- more expensive and can be less social

Internet is all similar.


4. Not sure really but all halls have a few. IMO making friends outside of medicine is a lot harder than inside so don't be too worried about it.
Thanks for the insight! Hope i can get a place
 

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