So I'm currently experiencing a problem, I'll be studying (hoping for Manchester) next year, and I'm not really close with anyone who went to university. Basically, I don't know anything, not even the very basics. So I've a couple of questions:
1) Is your knowledge tested only via tests or are there also other methods?
2) Where/when must you wear your uniform?
3) How crucial will be the fact that English isn't my first language and I'm not too good at it especially at speaking (I come from Norway)?
4) How much money would a single en-suite luxurious place cost in the campus of a good uni? Btw although money isn't an issue at all, I wouldn't want to miss the social part of going to uni...
5) I've heard that some courses like philosophy for instance have less than 7 classes per week. Is this true, it seems very stupid, why should people pay hundreds of pounds monthly for a few classes? Also, do you have to go to jobs to practice your course?
6) I am interested in law and medicine. How long do these two courses last and how difficult are they? Also how are they in Manchester?
7) How many people are usually in one "building" in the campus?
I don't know the first thing about universities, and I'm going there next year
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