Majorly conflicting between London or Plymouth University to do Psychology, I have unconditionals for all three but literally can't figure out which I prefer.
Love the sound of london in terms of nightlife buzz etc, but I haven't heard of many who are doing psychology at Kingston? And whether it's a decent course?
Yet Plymouth is higher on the rating table, but i'd expect it to have poorer in terms of nightlife? Would appreciate any info anyone has about the courses or general student life, social experience, clubs etc on any of those unis
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HELP Plymouth or kingston /Roehampton for psychology? watch
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- 17-04-2016 20:26
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- 18-04-2016 07:41
Have you visited each uni and had a proper look around the campus, etc?
- 25-04-2016 16:49
If you think Plymouth is poor for nightlife then you are entirely mistaken. I'm finishing Psychology at Plymouth this year and it's been a great experience, the course and the nightlife. There's a lot of societies to get involved in (if you have time).