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airwin655
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I will probably be 'firm'ing Bath for pharmacy very soon, but, as I live in northern ireland, what happens if i really dont like it and want to go back to northern ireland, and go to queens? If I finish the first year will I be Allowed to transfer over? I need to know very soon as the deadline is looming
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I cant be the only person who thought this was about anal
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Life's what you make of it, you'll only hate it if you start to think negatively before you've even given it a shot.
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Northern Ireland isn't that far, and there's cheap flights *remembering the fascinating aida song*.

I live in the Channel Islands and we have no Universities so I have to come to the UK to study - even more daunting living in a place with a population 10x larger than I am used to! It's good though, and as I am hopefully moving to Bath in the coming academic year I am looking forward to the change from Bristol. Bath is more quaint and also has one of the best curry houses in the UK! :-)

As IainK says, life is what you make it!
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Approach university with a positive attitude and you will take to it a lot better. Don't start thinking about transfers yet!
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(Original post by wonderingwot2do)
Bath is more quaint and also has one of the best curry houses in the UK! :-)
Where is this place??

OP, come to Bath :-) It's lovely. The vast, vast majority of people move away from home for university, it's part of the experience.
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Where is this place??
Rajpoot in Argyle Street - although looking at reviews on google maps they are a touch mixed.. :-s

Not been there, but they have won best indian in the sw 4 years running and are top 10 in the country so it's somewhere I will try when I move to bath in October! :-)

http://www.rajpoot.com/
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(Original post by wonderingwot2do)
Rajpoot in Argyle Street - although looking at reviews on google maps they are a touch mixed.. :-s

Not been there, but they have won best indian in the sw 4 years running and are top 10 in the country so it's somewhere I will try when I move to bath in October! :-)

http://www.rajpoot.com/
Yes please don't bother with this place... used to be great but I went a few weeks ago and it was awful!

Best Indian in Bath by far is Jamuna: http://www.jamunabath.co.uk/
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Yes please don't bother with this place... used to be great but I went a few weeks ago and it was awful!

Best Indian in Bath by far is Jamuna: http://www.jamunabath.co.uk/
I got a horrible tummy ache from Jamuna >.<
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(Original post by Hedgeman49)
Yes please don't bother with this place... used to be great but I went a few weeks ago and it was awful!

Best Indian in Bath by far is Jamuna: http://www.jamunabath.co.uk/
The pic makes it look really crowded.

Also @airwin655
Sounds like you've never been out of home before. From my experience, if you're from Europe, you'll fit just nicely here.
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The pic makes it look really crowded.
Yes it is pretty tight, but I think it gives it good atmosphere... obviously a matter of personal preference though!
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