Nottingham or Aston Watch

Poll: Which Uni would you choose if you were in my shoes
Nottingham (32)
91.43%
Aston (3)
8.57%
tiger_j000
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Ok, im so confused at what uni i should choose, so this is how it is:

My firm is Notts (Politics) and my insurance is Aston (Politics and Law) and both are now are unconditional, but i dont know which one to actually choose

At Aston: my cousin goes there, the town centre is closer, and aston is full of us Asians (which aint always a good thing, but i usually stick with asians, cos thats what im used to, been schools full wid them), and also its smaller so i could possibly get more help in my course from lecturer etc

At Notts: More recognised uni, apprently the social life is amazin (im not goin just for social life yeah, no really im not, seriously) but the city centre is further away, and theres less Asians (But that can be a good thing, as i can branch out)

Im so confused, which one would you choose, any particular reasons
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There's a lot of Asians at Nottingham too Though branching out isn't a bad thing!

And the town centre is close enough, seriously... it's no hassle at all!

You're quite right, the social life IS amazing.
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How far is the town centre from the uni, by walkin, bus and cab
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I think it takes about 40 minutes to walk?

On the bus it's about ten minutes, same in a cab... costs about £6 or £7 from campus, which is nothing split between 4 or 5 people.
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Nottingham...
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:rofl: look at the results
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Lol,I had to vote for aston since I go there but that aside, if notts is your firm stick to it.Its too late to get accomodation on the aston campus which means you'd have to bus it. And the course at aston isint that well recognised as the one in notts. Really isint worth making that sacrifice!
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defo stick to notts, the reputation as a whole is quite a bit above that of astons.
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(Original post by worldwide)
:rofl: look at the results
Haha yeah, think Nottingham is most popular choice :p: .
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tiger_j000
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yeah but aint that due to more people actually goin notts and not aston, im not sure
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Shujinko
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(Original post by RachelBabyfrog)
I think it takes about 40 minutes to walk?
It takes 15 to 25 mins (max) to walk. You must be very slow.
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tiger_j000
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so its not that far then, how long does it take wid a cab then, 5mins
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Any particular reasons for choosing aston
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(Original post by Shujinko)
It takes 15 to 25 mins (max) to walk. You must be very slow.
15 minutes from campus to the city centre? Don't be ridiculous! If you were on one of the halls near the west entrance it'd take you about 15 minutes just to walk to the north entrance! Even once you get out of the north entrance, 15 minutes is still unrealistic, as is 25 most likely. :rolleyes:
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so what is more realistic
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