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    I have been offered places to study BSc Physiotherapy at St George's in London and also the University of Brighton (Eastbourne campus). I would really appreciate any views or experiences of studying physiotherapy at either university. To me St George's seems more prestigious (so a better option?), but I don't know whether that's personal bias. I am a mature student and am not really interested in the social aspect of university life or what it is like to live in London or Eastbourne as I am going to stay where I am living now and commute (about the same distance to both, so this isn't a deciding factor), this is really about the course and the tutors and the campus. I have looked on Uni Stats and Brighton has higher scores in pretty much everything except for post-degree salary, which I'm not that bothered about. Anyway, sorry for the long post and any opinions and experiences gratefully received! Thanks :-)
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    Hi did you ever get a reply? What did you choose? I had my interview today at Brighton as a mature student!
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    Hey!! was wondering what made you choose st Georges? any specialties that set them apart from other schools? xx
 
 
 
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