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    (Original post by ibrahimz95)
    Congrats man, I got rejected from all my 4 choices for medicine which included and ended up choosing my fifth engineering choice over taking a gap year.
    Seriously congrats :P Ive applied for Sheavyn House, vicotria hall and Richmond park as self catered and some peace was more important to me than anything else lol
    Cheers bro, appreciate that! Good luck with engineering, looks like a pretty interesting degree
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    Richmond park,oak house & sheavyn house


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    Firmng Manchester for law. Going for opal, weston hall and Victoria hall
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    Went for Opal gardens, victorial hall and canterbury court
    Nice choices- I went for oak house, oak house (w/ basin) and richmond park
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    Quick question, I'm applying for accommodation and I get a question asking:
    "In 2014/2015 my year of course will be?"

    however why is there no option to choose 1st???
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    (Original post by joeymr)
    Firming Manchester for medicine! What accommodation has everyone gone for?
    Sheavyn, Richmond and Opal lloks like the really popular ones... aha
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    Just applied for accommodation, I went for 1. Burkhardt House 2. Victoria Halls 3. Opal Gardens
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    (Original post by naberbenbegum)
    When did you get your offer for law, may I ask? I am still waiting for a decision and as all my friends got rejected, I am kind of scared of the result. :/
    Applied on the 9 th October and got a reply about three weeks later. Sorry for the late reply. Wishing you and your friends all the best!
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    Any BSc Econ firmers?
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    (Original post by caramelic)
    Hi there. I'm interested in taking up Law in the UK. I skimmed through the websites of several reputable universities, their entry requirement are usually 3 A-level and 1 AS subject. Unfortunately, I only take 3 subjects so maximum I can do is only 3 A-levels. Having been through 1/3 of my course already, it's too late to take up a 4th subject. Can anyone share if they got into reputable universities like LSE,UCL, Manchester or Warwick with UCAS with forecast only with 3 AS subject?

    Also, according to the website of University of Manchester, they did not specify that they need 3 A-level + 1 AS level. So does it mean they follow the norm or it's up to them. Can anyone share their experience if they have been in a similar situation as me?
    I personally know someone who was offer ABB for law at liverpool and was accepted in with results of BBB
    without an AS
    hope tis info helps
    all the best
    2013 entry
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    (Original post by Origami Bullets)
    You have done well then Good luck for your exams in the summer :awesome:
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    Thats makes sense. Im quite frankly surprised at how unprofessional the interviewer was being, anyways good luck to you at your other choices. Rusell group unis are some of the best in the country, glad to see they recognized your skills

    Cheers!
    Thank you guys! :five: Firmed Edinburgh this week!
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    Hulme Hall(Seem to be the only one here who has applied for that :P) Oak Hall and Victoria Hall, From a Biochem Firmer
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    I'm a bit confused about pathways and modules
    I've noticed that BA Economics has the choice of doing modules like Philosophy/Politics/Sociology... is this the same for the BA Economics and Finance course?
    (I have offers for both do not know which one to firm, as I am interested in doing the philosophy module. But, I am leaning towards the Economics and Finance course?)
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    (Original post by Procrastinator123)
    I'm a bit confused about pathways and modules
    I've noticed that BA Economics has the choice of doing modules like Philosophy/Politics/Sociology... is this the same for the BA Economics and Finance course?
    (I have offers for both do not know which one to firm, as I am interested in doing the philosophy module. But, I am leaning towards the Economics and Finance course?)
    I believe those two courses both come under the BA(Econ) degree. You are not tied to the course code you apply to through UCAS and can pick modules that you are interested in before specialising in a particular subject area in your 2nd/3rd year. I guess either way we'll end up in similar classes/lectures! I hope this helps
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    I have an interview for the EPS Foundation year (onto Aero Engineering Meng) next week...anyone else doing this, or have already done the interview and maths test?
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    (Original post by w77)
    I believe those two courses both come under the BA(Econ) degree. You are not tied to the course code you apply to through UCAS and can pick modules that you are interested in before specialising in a particular subject area in your 2nd/3rd year. I guess either way we'll end up in similar classes/lectures! I hope this helps
    Yeah makes sense, thanks
    Are you firming Economics at Manchester too?


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    (Original post by Procrastinator123)
    Yeah makes sense, thanks
    Are you firming Economics at Manchester too?


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    I am, but for BEconSc
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    Just applied for accomodation!

    1.Victoria Hall
    2. Opal Gardens
    3. Richmond Park
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    I've also applied for accommodation, finally!-
    Richmond Park
    Opal Gardens
    Canterbury Court
    (Let's hope I'll get one of them haha)
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    Got an offer for biochem

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    (Original post by Procrastinator123)
    I'm a bit confused about pathways and modules
    I've noticed that BA Economics has the choice of doing modules like Philosophy/Politics/Sociology... is this the same for the BA Economics and Finance course?
    (I have offers for both do not know which one to firm, as I am interested in doing the philosophy module. But, I am leaning towards the Economics and Finance course?)
    These are the details of the two courses:
    Economics and Finance http://www.socialsciences.manchester...on/accounting/
    Economics BA http://www.socialsciences.manchester...con/economics/

    Go play spot the difference and then choose the one you think you'd prefer.

    (Original post by w77)
    I believe those two courses both come under the BA(Econ) degree. You are not tied to the course code you apply to through UCAS and can pick modules that you are interested in before specialising in a particular subject area in your 2nd/3rd year. I guess either way we'll end up in similar classes/lectures! I hope this helps
    Indeed, they do both come under the BA(Econ). However, they are on different pathways within the BA(Econ). When I started BA(Econ), they wouldn't let you switch between pathways. However, it's been radically restructured since then, to the extent that my course no longer exists, so things may (or may not) have changed, but I would strongly suggest that it's worthwhile choosing the right course first time around.

    However, when you take the same modules, you'll be in the same lectures, and potentially the same seminar groups too
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    (Original post by Origami Bullets)
    These are the details of the two courses:
    Economics and Finance http://www.socialsciences.manchester...on/accounting/
    Economics BA http://www.socialsciences.manchester...con/economics/

    Go play spot the difference and then choose the one you think you'd prefer.



    Indeed, they do both come under the BA(Econ). However, they are on different pathways within the BA(Econ). When I started BA(Econ), they wouldn't let you switch between pathways. However, it's been radically restructured since then, to the extent that my course no longer exists, so things may (or may not) have changed, but I would strongly suggest that it's worthwhile choosing the right course first time around.

    However, when you take the same modules, you'll be in the same lectures, and potentially the same seminar groups too
    Thanks! I applied for BA(Econ) then requested a switch onto the BEconSc and they gave me an offer for that. I'm guessing it wouldn't be too hard to switch from Econ and Finance to Economics BA as long as Procrastinator123 doesn't leave it too late. The staff seem really friendly and accommodating to each applicant's needs.
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    (Original post by w77)
    Thanks! I applied for BA(Econ) then requested a switch onto the BEconSc and they gave me an offer for that. I'm guessing it wouldn't be too hard to switch from Econ and Finance to Economics BA as long as Procrastinator123 doesn't leave it too late. The staff seem really friendly and accommodating to each applicant's needs.
    Quite possibly not - but I just wouldn't like to assume that they will let him switch, especially once he's started the course. It's too much of a gamble.
 
 
 
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