Social life is an incredibly important part of living in a student accommodation. The opportunity to live with your peers for socialisation or working together on schoolwork is part of the overall uni experience. International Halls is no exception to this common phenomena as social life is a massive part of living there.
For catered residents, social life will be very important as they will dine together frequently. When catered, residents will have to meet each other at least once a day or two assuming they are at the halls at both meal times. This is a great opportunity to meet other residents and befriend them as meeting them is both inevitable and frequent.
Also, there are various areas where students tend to meet up an interact. The common room is a popular choice amongst the students as there are a number of activities to do there. There is a ping-pong table, pool table and couches where students can just converse relaxingly.
Furthermore, the various events at International Hall become great opportunities to meet other students. For example, the weekly sporting events are great at bonding. Playing sports together is quite good at building relationships between people in general, especially if its done regularly. The regular sporting events at International Hall allow you to continue to hang out with the people you play with at various other times giving you an opportunity to deepen the relationship.
The resident interaction at International Hall is very positive. Residents here are generally welcoming and love the opportunity to make new friends. As a result, it is very easy to integrate yourself into the community to help make your uni experience a fun one.
Also, International Hall houses a very diverse resident pool. Residents will meet people from a large variety of backgrounds and should not worry about feeling out of place.
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