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    In September I plan to study Media Studies at either UEA or Anglia Ruskin. I'm really torn between the two.

    UEA is obviously higher in the league tables, yet when I visited Anglia Ruskin it seemed like a very nice place.

    UEA would also mean living at home for the first year - would I lose out on the university experience??


    Hi there

    First of all, don't panic! As much as it doesn't seem like it, we do still have time on our sides to make these decisions! I don't know an awful lot about UEA but I'm also looking at applying to Anglia Ruskin and really liked it... What course are you looking to study? Does either Uni have a better course for you? (Veryyyy important to consider!)
    Also, I started a university last year and didn't find it was the place for me in the end... But more importantly, I didn't live in halls and in all honesty, I did find that it changed the experience and made it harder to make friends!
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