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sophannaxo
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I have applied to
Northumbria for fashion communication
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Nottingham Trent for fashion communication and promotion.

So far I have a conditional for Notts and I am waiting for a reply from Northumbria.

I cant decide between the two universities, I have visited them on open days and liked them both but think I prefered Northumbria because the day I went it was quieter so I spent more time looking around and it felt more relaxed. I preferred the people, overall campus and accommodation and I really could see myself there. But the tutors on the Nottingham course seemed more excited and upbeat about it. There were more opportunities for fashion based trips to other countries and opportunities such as competitions to enter etc.

How do I decide which one I prefer? Have any of you studied there who could give me advice?
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I got a conditional for nottingham trent and withdrew my application for northumbria! i would say that ntu is probably the best choice because you've got so many more opportunities there and you travel all the time! plus the campus is amazing and so close to where everything is so its much easier to get around! i never got a chance to see northumbria as it was too far for me to travel but i would still choose ntu!
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