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    (Original post by Seefour)
    I study Mechanical Engineering at BCU, the City Centre (Millennium point) campus. Done with my first year and shall be starting the second year in September. I would say that the University is a great place and the courses are good for Engineering. I have no idea about the rest of the courses. If you're going for business and law, I would suggest you look at Aston and Birmingham Uni. For Engineering though Birmingham Uni would be the first choice, BCU the second and Aston would be the last. Aston isn't that good for Engineering really.

    Hi, Im sorry I know this thread is really old but I wanna apply for diagnostic radiography at BCU, only thing that's putting me off is the negative attitude towards it however someone told me that its the environment that's bad not the teaching, but im really confused do I go to BCU or not?

    I have biochemistry as another option at Uni of Bham but I like diagnostic radiography better which is why that's my first option, however like I said its just the bad things im hearing that's putting me off.
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    BCU is majorly crap!


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    BCU is majorly crap!


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