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    Mine would be the lack of active societies. (Aberdeen Uni)

    Edit: someone mentioned that we should say our university names so feel free to add that in

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    Mine would be the lack of active societies.

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    Lack of transparency on some issues.
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    Mine would be other human beings. On the buses, in the library, in the restaurants. Like why can't I just do all of those things in peace.
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    Mine would be other human beings. On the buses, in the library, in the restaurants. Like why can't I just do all of those things in peace.
    :laugh:
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    Too competitive. The campus environment feels cold and corporate. Most teachers don't give a **** about you and there's a lack of feedback on work. But hey at least it looks good on my CV.
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    Can you guys say which unis you come from? Always good to hear criticisms from current students
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    Not enough scheduled nap time
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    So...many...hills :sigh:
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    (Original post by Fry_Cook_of_Doom)
    Too competitive. The campus environment feels cold and corporate. Most teachers don't give a **** about you and there's a lack of feedback on work. But hey at least it looks good on my CV.
    LSE?
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    (Original post by Fry_Cook_of_Doom)
    Too competitive. The campus environment feels cold and corporate. Most teachers don't give a **** about you and there's a lack of feedback on work. But hey at least it looks good on my CV.
    UCL?
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    Bad canteen, no shower facilities, poor sports facilities, some lecturers see classes and teaching as chores
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    (Original post by Metrododo)
    LSE?
    yep
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    (Original post by somemightsay888)
    So...many...hills :sigh:
    Is this Exeter?
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    The NUS and the "Safe Space" and "No Platform" rules.
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    (Original post by Fry_Cook_of_Doom)
    yep
    That sucks, LSE is my top choice. What course?
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    culture revolves too much around partying and isnt academic enough. UCL atmosphere is more muted and more suited to my approach i think
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    (Original post by Neostigmine)
    Lack of transparency on some issues.
    Such as?
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    (Original post by Tcannon)
    Bad canteen, no shower facilities, poor sports facilities, some lecturers see classes and teaching as chores
    I can relate to your last point, some lecturers honestly seem like they'd rather be at home in bed.

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    (Original post by neal95)
    culture revolves too much around partying and isnt academic enough. UCL atmosphere is more muted and more suited to my approach i think
    Definitely agree! People just ask you about the partying social life when you say you're at university when that's not the primary reason for being there.

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    (Original post by AliRizzo)
    UCL?
    I don't think UCL feels cold and corporate, certainly not in comparison to some other places I've seen like Imperial!
 
 
 
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