Hey guys, I know that this questions been asked about a year or two before, but I feel that asking the question again would perhaps yield more fluid answers. I read what a York graduate had said about Psychology there which left me thoroughly impressed, but what I would like is the experience of a Cardiff graduate who did their degree in Psychology. This way I'll be able to determine which Uni to choose, as I have a grasp of their reputation both for teaching, prospects and psychology (tentative though). Also, I cannot visit any of the unis due to exams in a month . So the questions up in the air again, Cardiff or York, if anyone knows a Cardiff grad and a York grad please request that they put their experience. Thanks!
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- 30-03-2011 15:49
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- 30-03-2011 17:55
I personally chose York over Cardiff, after getting offers from both (altho at the time, Cardiff's standard offer was AAA!). I preferred that York was a campus uni, altho Cardiff's buildings are prettier and York was further away from home I found the choice of 3rd year modules at York more interesting for me. I'm afraid I can't really comment on the course beyond that, as it's had a complete overhaul structure wise since I was there!