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Which university is better watch
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- 18-02-2016 18:42
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- 19-02-2016 12:11
Do you want to live in Leicester of Norwich for the next three years?
How does the course content differ?
Which will give you the most time in lectures?
Do they base assessment on coursework or exams more?
Do they offer placement years?
Do they offer study abroad?
Which has the best student satisfaction?
Do the NSS results give you cause for concern?
What are the libraries like for your subject?
Can you specialise in the subjects that interest you in later years?
Is there flexibility to study modules outside your subject?
Are the halls close to the lectures or would you have to commute on the bus?
What are the hall costs like? and the transport costs?
All of this information should be available either on https://unistats.direct.gov.uk/ or on the individual university websites. And if it isn't then you can always contact them and ask direct.
There is no *better* university - there's only the university that is best FOR YOU....and noone else can tell you which that is.
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- 19-02-2016 13:10
Ah I really don't know where I want to study and as this is a second chance, I can't mess it up again!
But thank you for the questions they're are really what I need to be asking myself, I'm going to draw up a comparison list answering these.
I just thought someone from one of the universities would have a bit of an opinion about it..
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