You Are Going On A Short Course To A Training College Abroad

You are going on a short course to a training college abroad. It is a college that you have not been to before. Write a letter to the accommodation officer. In your letter,

  • Give details of your course and your arrival/departure date
  • Explain your accommodation needs- ground floor near to the college.
  • Ask for information about getting to and from the college.
Dear Accommodation Officer,

I am writing to request accommodation for my upcoming short course at your training college. My name is Manjeet, and I will be attending a two-week course in Copa from [Arrival Date] to [Departure Date]. This will be my first time visiting your college, and I am looking forward to experiencing the facilities and meeting new people.

In terms of accommodation, I would like to request a single room with a private bathroom and access to kitchen facilities. As I will be staying for two weeks, it is important for me to have a comfortable and private space where I can study and rest. I would also appreciate information on whether bedding and towels will be provided or if I should bring my own.

Additionally, I would like to know how to get to and from the college. As I will be arriving from abroad, I am unfamiliar with the area and would appreciate any information you can provide on transportation options. Are there any buses or trains that stop near the college, or would it be best to take a taxi? Furthermore, if there are any shuttle services provided by the college, please let me know.

Finally, I would like to know if there are any rules or regulations regarding noise levels and visitors in the accommodation. I am a serious student and would like to have a peaceful environment where I can focus on my studies. It would be helpful to know if there are any restrictions on visitors or if there are quiet hours that I should be aware of.

Thank you for taking the time to read my letter. I appreciate your assistance in arranging my accommodation and look forward to staying at your college.

Best regards,

Manjeet

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