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    I've been lucky enough to be offered a place on both of these courses (Bristol and Manchester). My aim is to complete a doctorate in Educational Psychology in the future. I'm currently a primary school teacher and I was wondering if anybody could share any personal experiences with either course? Thanks so much in advance.
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    we are in the same position, I have den offered places at both institutions but I am not sure which one to take. Although I am more swayed to Manchester because it is biggest which means better chances of finding a job. I will be relocating from London and I am a newly qualified English Teacher. Would you be doing it Full time as well?
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    Hi. I have chosen Manchester and I'm now really looking forward to it!
 
 
 
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