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    I've recently firmed Nottingham to do Mathematics but cannot decide which accommodation to choose.
    I want to go self-catered, but think I'm too late to get an en suite
    The question is do I want to go to Raleigh or Broadgate???
    Doing Maths, I'll be on University Park, but on the East side of the campus, so both sites will be about the same distance my lectures (I think???)
    I've heard alot about Broadgate, and that's the only one I've been to, but I like the idea that Raleigh is just as close to maths and also close (closer) to the city.
    However, I'm slightly worried that Raleigh may be packed with Jubilee Campus students.
    So was just looking for opinions on which people think are better and info on Jubilee/UP ratio for Raleigh and if it's a problem.
    Would prefer current students to answer (as they should know better), but everybody's welcome to try and help me decide
    Cheers x
 
 
 
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