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OHNOGEM
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I have 3 questions to you


Why did you choose your uni?

What part of moving to your new city (if you are) are you most excited about?

And what is the one thing you wouldn't go to uni without?
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I chose my uni because it was close to my home city(2 hours) and it had a really good friendly vibe. Anywhere outside London is friendly though :rolleyes:

I'm excited to start fresh and to explore the new city. There are lots of green spaces to have a walk too..

I don't understand your last question.
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1. I never planned to go to this particular uni but it seemed like my favourite one out of a possible 3 through clearing.

2. Freedom, independence, and a new environment is always exciting.

3. Money
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Why did you choose your uni?

my firm rejected me.


What part of moving to your new city (if you are) are you most excited about?

meeting other people. It's supposed to be one of the biggest student cities in the UK.


And what is the one thing you wouldn't leave for uni without?

my phone.
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I'm going to Queens University Belfast to do Computer Science.

1. Cause the fees in mainland UK are ridiculous, it's a very good course and the uni has a very good graduate employment rate.

2. New people, new experiences and being independent.

3. Phone.


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1. Firm rejected me (will take me 1.5 hours to get).

2. Close to home, nice city, multicultural.

3. Phone.
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OHNOGEM
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(Original post by OnionRing)
I chose my uni because it was close to my home city(2 hours) and it had a really good friendly vibe. Anywhere outside London is friendly though :rolleyes:

I'm excited to start fresh and to explore the new city. There are lots of green spaces to have a walk too..

I don't understand your last question.
What is the one item you couldn't go to uni without bringing?
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1. Best all round course content, offering placement years and there was pretty much 0 down points I could think of between my last 2 choices however the 1 I picked had 1 better module.


2. Plenty to see and do, haven't lived in a city before also.

3. PC
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1. Really liked the look of their course and really liked the city.

2. Meeting new people and living independently

3. Laptop
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(Original post by OHNOGEM)
What is the one item you couldn't go to uni without bringing?
Oh! I guess my passport.
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(Original post by OHNOGEM)
I have 3 questions to you


Why did you choose your uni?

What part of moving to your new city (if you are) are you most excited about?

And what is the one thing you wouldn't go to uni without?
Chose my uni as I just loved everything about it

I'm excited for a fresh start, and as someone said above the independence it will bring 😄

Quite pathetic - I need my phone :L note to self remember phone charger...
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Oh! I guess my passport.
Hahaha true!
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