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    I'm new to this website but I really need some help..

    I've been offered places at UWE, De Montfort and a few other Universities to study Fine Art. I'm thinking between UWE and DMU, I don't really know any previous students who have studied at either and I'm really struggling to make a decision. I'm from India so I want explore a lot... And I do quite a bit of photography too.. And how is the nightlife in the cities? I need to make a decision soon.

    Thanks for reading! Please help me

    Hello I went to a few of the uwe open days and have friends there and they are all in love with Bristol and it apparently has one of the best night life's however most of the art courses are in the bower Ashton building I think it's called or a single building on the river side which have NOTHING on DMU as a campus, DMU felt so much better being on campus than uwe , It didn't feel studenty at all at UWE from my opinion anyway so I'd recommend if you want a cool city with nightlife go Bristol but if you want a proper student campus with lots on it id go de Montfort I chose DMU btw as I applied for both to do illustration
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