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How does it feel to be studying at a Uni I've never even heard of?
Hmmm Job prospects? And do you know anyone who does theatre studies whose commented on the course?
The University offered all these things:
Frontrunner Leadership Programme - This was absolutely brilliant and fun
Graduate Mentoring Scheme - Pairs you with a professional who mentors you
Life Routes - Sponsored by JP Morgon, volunteer in the community, get training on communication, leadership, working with young people
I got involved in a few of these things and now have a paid internship as long as I get a 2:1.
I knew two who did Drama Studies they both enjoyed it. One has gone into teaching and the other into further research.
Hey I have an offer to start in September to study psychology, but I'm worried that I might not meet the conditions of my offer because of health problems I've had this year :/ do you know if they're likely to be lenient about that or not? Thanks
Congratulations, I know a few third year psychology students, the work can be pretty hard but they found it thoroughly interesting To be honest I have no idea. They mention on the website that they can give a bit of leway regarding UCAS credits so if I were you I would get in touch with admissions and tell them your worries as soon as possible.
1. I'm kind of worried because I'm going to stay off campus, because Im moving to lONDON with my boyfriend, and first I still didn't find a house and have no idea where to look at, because I would like to share a flat with other students or young people at least. and second I'm worried that I'll make NO FRIENDS :-( I'm a really sociable person and out going and I'm going to enjoy as many clubs as possible. but still I'm truly worried.
2. How is the university, is it worth it? I mean If I study a lot, do I have any chance to actually get a job after?
Thank you very much :-))))
Hi! I'm going to be an international student at Roehampton and I was wondering if there was a helpful environment and if in general British students were friendly with internationals and went out together, etc. Thanks!!