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English Lit + campus uni = Sussex (but I'm biased)
Yeh I'm definitely interested in Sussex. I think the straight English offer is a little too high for me, however one of the the joint honours courses may lower the grades. As I said earlier I quite fancy American Studies or History. Also just had a look at their site which is, by the way, fantastic and their Film Studies course combined with English is also interesting.

Hmmm... Im getting very interested now! Just seen the year abroad thing as well.
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Brunel (West London) is a campus uni too I do believe!
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Someone neg repped me for asking for rep on this page!? :rolleyes: :eek:

Um...I didn't!

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Someone neg repped me for asking for rep on this page!? :rolleyes: :eek:

Um...I didn't!

Haha, who was it?
I thiought you were offering rep not asking for it. I think they owe you some back.
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I thiought you were offering rep not asking for it. I think they owe you some back.
I was offering rep. Oh well. They misread. I doubt it was anybody that poseted here.

Thanks to everyone else for reading it properly. :p:
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Roehampton is a campus uni.
I go there and it's pretty nice, but if you're set for ABC grades then it's probably best to go for somewhere with a better rep.
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birmingham lovely academic campus + most accomodation on nearby separate campus (but within a vibrant city) = best of both worlds
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If you want somewhere that's pretty cheap to live and with low entrance requirements, what about University of Ulster? English is offered at their Coleraine campus (UU is actually 4 separate campuses), with 260 points for straight English and 240 points for English with American Studies or history.
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Warwick is a campus uni... and one of thebest in the country
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Lancaster! Certainly has a charm of it's own and i believe the lit department is fantastic. They offer the chance to combine, and speaking from experience, the Linguistics side of things are fantastic
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exeter is usually referenced as having the most attractive campus in the country.
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exeter is usually referenced as having the most attractive campus in the country.
Indeed. English Lit+leafy campus uni=Exeter
(not that The Boosh and I are biased or anything...)
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I wanted exactly what you're after and found that in Loughborough. Everything is a max 20 mins walk (thats from one side of campus to the other) All halls, union, shops, take away, taxis, library, hairdressers, opticians, doctors, dentist, estate agents, supermarket, banks, restaurants etc are ALL on campus. Town is less than a half an hour walk away and has loadsa good shops if you wanna go (or go on the bus like we do if you're lazy) but you only need to go if you WANT too, not cause you HAVE too. Leicester and Nottingham are also a 10 mins train journey away (a bus of which goes to the station from campus) so you can always get to the big places if you're after a big shopping spree!
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(Original post by Angelil)
Indeed. English Lit+leafy campus uni=Exeter
(not that The Boosh and I are biased or anything...)
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Birmingham defo, campus uni but like 10mins on the train from city centre and english at brum is wicked.
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Notts Uni is definitely the nicest campus uni in the uk, its more like hogwarts in the trent building than a uni. Its ace.
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(Original post by thefin)
Yeh I'm definitely interested in Sussex. I think the straight English offer is a little too high for me, however one of the the joint honours courses may lower the grades. As I said earlier I quite fancy American Studies or History. Also just had a look at their site which is, by the way, fantastic and their Film Studies course combined with English is also interesting.

Hmmm... Im getting very interested now! Just seen the year abroad thing as well.
i was just about to say sussex as well... it has a gorgeous campus and with brighton and the beach minutes away you get the best of both worlds! i think you should definitely consider coming to sussex! although i'm biased too... but still... have you been on an open day yet? i think the american and film studies courses are meant to be really good but are pretty popular!
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Huddersfield is a campus uni, right in the middle of the town. The halls the uni want everyone to go to are 5 miles away like, but all of the uni itself is on one campus.
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Chichester is a campus uni for undergrad. Halls are about 1 minute from the bar, food and lecture halls

Post grad courses for teaching are based in bognor on the other campus
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University of Exeter:

The UK's most beautiful campus, just 15 minutes' walk from the city centre. A Registered Botanic Garden, the Streatham campus was described by The Times as the 'best-gardened campus in Britain' and by The Independent as having a 'sublime' setting.
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