Living together goes beyond sharing the same roof. A big bonus to living together with other students is the possibility to make lasting friendships. The family atmosphere found at Greygarth fosters these friendships. Having meals together or relaxed get-togethers after dinner are a great help to get to know well one’s fellow residents.
Greygarth Hall offers a range of activities aimed at broadening the residents’ perspective and knowledge. Guest speakers at get-togethers, classical music concerts and presentations during get-togethers are regularly organized and of great benefit to high-achieving students.
A strong emphasis is placed on facilitating the residents’ study, in order for them to reach their full academic potential. We try to keep a studious and cultural tone for this reason. There are three different study rooms, and two study weeks are organised yearly before the exams’ period.
Pedro Ballester passed away in Greygarth on Saturday 13 January 2018. The funeral Mass will be at the Holy Name Church on Tuesday 23rd January at 12.30pm, followed by the burial at Southern Cemetery at 2.45pm. All are more than welcome to the funeral.
A suitable environment for soft skills training.
Greygarth Hall offers academic counseling and university coaching.
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