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    I'm going to be attending Glasgow Uni this September '13 doing Computing Science. I'm wondering what the attitude is towards just dropping in on lectures in other subjects, such as Business studies for example, now and again. Is something like this tolerated?
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    I'm going to be attending Glasgow Uni this September '13 doing Computing Science. I'm wondering what the attitude is towards just dropping in on lectures in other subjects, such as Business studies for example, now and again. Is something like this tolerated?
    They'll never know you're there or who you are. I used to turn up to random Exploring the Cosmos lectures all the time and I've never taken that subject/it isn't even slightly related to my degree.
    Most classes, particularly in first year have a good 150-200 people in them.
    Unless of course your're studying something totally random like a Baltic language or Gaelic. Then assume classes to be smaller.
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    Thanks! That's really great to know, I'd love to drop-in on random stuff to just get a taste of stuff outside my main schedule. What's the best way to get a hold of lecture timetables for other subjects?


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    It's actually a lot more boring than you'd think haha :P
    Generally knowing other people doing different courses or seeing which course goes into a lecture hall before or after you, or it'll be available on mycampus somewhere no doubt but that program is so useless you'd be hard pushed finding it!


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    Haha sounds like it's going to be an adventure, can't wait to get started, wahey! Thanks for the info
 
 
 
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