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    Thought I'd make this thread for all of us who have firmed an offer from Glasgow University and will be starting as freshers in September
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    Economics applied for carincross accommodation also


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    (Original post by CameronLee)
    Economics applied for carincross accommodation also


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    Dentistry here, going to be commuting to uni, hopefully staying in Glasgow for freshers!
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    (Original post by DmDm234)
    Dentistry here, going to be commuting to uni, hopefully staying in Glasgow for freshers!
    Engineering for me Just need an advanced B.
    Mum won't let me leave so I'll have an hours commute- oh the joys!:rolleyes:
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    Law with French!
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    (Original post by Direct15)
    Engineering for me Just need an advanced B.
    Mum won't let me leave so I'll have an hours commute- oh the joys!:rolleyes:
    cool! where will you be commuting from? halls are unbelievably expensive travelling is going to save me £3000!
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    Anatomy here. Not staying in halls but I already live pretty nearby.
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    (Original post by MissMabey)
    Anatomy here. Not staying in halls but I already live pretty nearby.
    I live right on the same street as the library and its so nice not having to walk up that horrible hill everyday.


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    (Original post by Shomberlon)
    I live right on the same street as the library and its so nice not having to walk up that horrible hill everyday.


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    Ah, I'm in Scotstoun so a short bus ride and walk away, but that hill can can only be good for me... Right?
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    (Original post by DmDm234)
    cool! where will you be commuting from? halls are unbelievably expensive travelling is going to save me £3000!
    Barrhead- such an anti-climax-, 10 mins to train station, 15-20 mins on train to central,5-10 mins to subway, 10ish mins to Hillhead and about 5-10 min walk to university unless I can pass my driving test.

    I'm only staying so I don't need a loan, well that and my mum said no - her word is final
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    (Original post by MissMabey)
    Ah, I'm in Scotstoun so a short bus ride and walk away, but that hill can can only be good for me... Right?
    Ah you'll be alright then because you can just walk up University Ave which is a lot easier 😁, what other subjects are you taking a long anatomy?


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    (Original post by Shomberlon)
    Ah you'll be alright then because you can just walk up University Ave which is a lot easier ������, what other subjects are you taking a long anatomy?


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    And this is where my nerdy poring over the course catalog is revealed! First year I want to take intro to bioengineering in the first semester and forensic medicine in the second, although I'm hoping they're not restricted to engineering/law students respectively. What are you doing?
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    (Original post by Direct15)
    Barrhead- such an anti-climax-, 10 mins to train station, 15-20 mins on train to central,5-10 mins to subway, 10ish mins to Hillhead and about 5-10 min walk to university unless I can pass my driving test.

    I'm only staying so I don't need a loan, well that and my mum said no - her word is final
    I live just outside Ayr, so 45 mins on train and a short walk to the Dental School! Same here, I really don't want to leave uni with massive debts
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    (Original post by MissMabey)
    And this is where my nerdy poring over the course catalog is revealed! First year I want to take intro to bioengineering in the first semester and forensic medicine in the second, although I'm hoping they're not restricted to engineering/law students respectively. What are you doing?
    This year I did History (my major) with a side salad of archaeology and Celtic civ. next year im not sure what I'm taking.


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    English Lit
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    I've yet to officially firm it but definitely going. Studying English Literature/English Language :-)


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    (Original post by Shomberlon)
    This year I did History (my major) with a side salad of archaeology and Celtic civ. next year im not sure what I'm taking.


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    I've heard the Celtic stuff is really good at Glasgow. What's it like at the uni in general? And are you from round here originally?
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    I've firmed my place for Psychology and put Murano Street as my first choice for accommodation.

    I live in England though, 350miles away from Glasgow so pretty nervous!
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    (Original post by pajeee)
    I've firmed my place for Psychology and put Murano Street as my first choice for accommodation.

    I live in England though, 350miles away from Glasgow so pretty nervous!
    I'm from the south of England so I know how you feel about that! Although I've had a bit of a head start as I've been living here since August. It's kinda weird being so far away from home but Glasgow and the west end is just so nice that's it really not that bad.
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    Just firmed for Computer Science.
 
 
 
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