Hi all. I'm from Bristol and currently making the decision whether to stay at home or move out. I really liked the staff, campus and course at the University of South Wales. I just have a few questions that I would be grateful if people could answer?
Is it a lot of stress having to learn Welsh as an English student? Is it unnecessary pressure?
As primary education is an intense course, is it stupid to move out when I could stay at home and save a lot of pressure?
Is it strange in your opinion for me to move out as Newport is less than an hour away from Bristol, pointless perhaps?
Thanks in advance!!
Moving Away From Home To Study Primary Education (QTS) Watch
- Thread Starter
- 28-01-2016 19:18
- 02-02-2016 12:01
I have lived in south wales (bridgend, cardiff, newport) for like 18 years and haven't come across a single person communicating in welsh, travelling to Newport everyday would be a hassle and can get expensive, it would be better for yourself to move into halls.
Also the newport campus is lovely, I drive past it everyday, opposite a new shopping center has just opened, absolutely brilliant!Last edited by hasin_arshad; 02-02-2016 at 12:02.