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    (Original post by aalex.. ~~~)
    Oic, I applied for the MChem one. So does that mean if I can't get 50 % or above in the first year, I can't stay at UOM in second year. Is that right? Or we have one chance to redo one year?
    Handmade Turnip's spot on with everything he's said in his reply. You can also retake some exams in September a couple of weeks before the start of the next year, but there are some limits to this. I can't remember the exact conditions, but the gist of it is you can't fail everything in the first year and then retake it all the following September.
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    anyone doing criminology?!
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    (Original post by jonzza_81)
    Handmade Turnip's spot on with everything he's said in his reply. You can also retake some exams in September a couple of weeks before the start of the next year, but there are some limits to this. I can't remember the exact conditions, but the gist of it is you can't fail everything in the first year and then retake it all the following September.
    Would you mind telling me what is your insurance choice?
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    (Original post by aalex.. ~~~)
    Would you mind telling me what is your insurance choice?
    Got an offer to study Law at Manchester. Does anybody know how diverse Manchester is as a city?
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    (Original post by Muntasir24)
    Got an offer to study Law at Manchester. Does anybody know how diverse Manchester is as a city?
    It's about as diverse as you can get outside of London, really.
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    (Original post by milkberries)
    Oops sorry I meant management! I just said business to refer to all the business-related courses as a whole.

    I assumed that it isn't competitive as the entry requirements are quite low as compared to say the physics department.

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    The physics department is unusually high, not only for Manchester but for Russell Group physics courses too.

    For straight management, last year the course had 762 applications for 115 places. http://mbs.ac.uk/undergraduate/courses/management/ The figures vary slightly between different specialisms, but they are all competitive.
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    (Original post by Muntasir24)
    Got an offer to study Law at Manchester. Does anybody know how diverse Manchester is as a city?
    Here's the census data http://www.theguardian.com/news/data...-england-wales

    It gives you the option of Greater Manchester or Manchester - Manchester is the area that's most relevant to you. It feels very diverse, particularly around areas like Chinatown, Longsight and the Curry Mile.
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    I applied and got an offer for international management with american business studies im really excited!!
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    (Original post by aalex.. ~~~)
    Would you mind telling me what is your insurance choice?
    I was the university of Surrey, I can't remember exactly what the offer was but I remember that it was higher than the BSc offer from Manchester that I could get bumped down onto, so it was pretty pointless.
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    (Original post by jessleigh)
    anyone doing criminology?!
    Yes! I have an offer for Sociology and Criminology.

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    Hey is anyone studying midwifery at Manchester in September?
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    UoB or uni of Manchester for international business? Only thing that's drawing me towards manchester slightly is the city and its nightlife but I'd also love the campus feel of Birmingham a lot its so nice with it all being students walking around, any advice on which uni to go for?


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    Uni of birmingham I meant


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    (Original post by JoshH3)
    UoB or uni of Manchester for international business? Only thing that's drawing me towards manchester slightly is the city and its nightlife but I'd also love the campus feel of Birmingham a lot its so nice with it all being students walking around, any advice on which uni to go for?


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    Which set of modules do you prefer?

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    I've received an unconditional offer for BEconSc from Manchester Uni and I've put it in my insurance. How do I go about guaranteeing accommodation for Manchester if I don't meet my firm?
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    (Original post by SteelCookie)
    I've received an unconditional offer for BEconSc from Manchester Uni and I've put it in my insurance. How do I go about guaranteeing accommodation for Manchester if I don't meet my firm?
    You just have to apply for accommodation before August 31st, though the sooner the better.

    Everyone at Manchester (firm, insurance or clearing) is guaranteed a place in halls so long as they apply by the deadline.

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    (Original post by Origami Bullets)
    You just have to apply for accommodation before August 31st, though the sooner the better.

    Everyone at Manchester (firm, insurance or clearing) is guaranteed a place in halls so long as they apply by the deadline.

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    I called them just now and they gave me my login details. Never knew I was guaranteed, thanks though!
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    (Original post by Origami Bullets)
    Which set of modules do you prefer?

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    The Birmingham course I think


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    (Original post by JoshH3)
    The Birmingham course I think


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    If you prefer the course at Birmingham and you have a good gut feeling about it - go there. There's good nightlife in both cities - I'm sure you'll be happy in Birmingham.
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    (Original post by SteelCookie)
    I've received an unconditional offer for BEconSc from Manchester Uni and I've put it in my insurance. How do I go about guaranteeing accommodation for Manchester if I don't meet my firm?
    Well done!I might put them as insurance too(If Warwick reject me and I put Nottingham as my firm).
    Got an offer 4 months ago
 
 
 
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