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    I applied for BA European Politics, Society and Economics at the ERI, which is a part of the University of Birmingham.

    It's pretty new and I have very little information on the institution, but I'm really interested in the subject.

    If anybody is currently studying there (or knows about it): How is it? How are the entry requirements?
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    (Original post by austrian guy)
    I applied for BA European Politics, Society and Economics at the ERI, which is a part of the University of Birmingham.

    It's pretty new and I have very little information on the institution, but I'm really interested in the subject.

    If anybody is currently studying there (or knows about it): How is it? How are the entry requirements?
    There isnt much about it on the website, but if you email [email protected] then you should be able to find out the grades etc
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    You do realise that you will have absolutely NO lectures or seminars in the ERI - they'll mainly be in other scummy buildings !
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    (Original post by Henyeah)
    You do realise that you will have absolutely NO lectures or seminars in the ERI - they'll mainly be in other scummy buildings !
    I know almost nothing about the Course. You can choose various modules, so it really depends on the modules you choose...

    Anybody else going there??

    I have a Offer which is equivalent to BBB (isn't that pretty low?) .
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    (Original post by Henyeah)
    You do realise that you will have absolutely NO lectures or seminars in the ERI - they'll mainly be in other scummy buildings !
    i herd that the eri building is going to be given to one of the science depts. its a shame ~ its a nice building really...shame that lecs/sems aren't in there also.
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    anybody else got info??

    The course sounds excellent... Does anybody maby know how many people take the course? Well, I'll have to see.
 
 
 
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