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    I've heard a bit about these, they are published by the SU. Does anyone know how common they are and where I could get them?
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    (Original post by ~Sam~)
    I've heard a bit about these, they are published by the SU. Does anyone know how common they are and where I could get them?
    #if they exist, they should be in the university's website? i think, because there is one for LSE, and its in their website
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    (Original post by TheWolf)
    #if they exist, they should be in the university's website? i think, because there is one for LSE, and its in their website
    Ok, thanks. I havent come across any so far. Do a lot of unis do them or is it quite rare?
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    (Original post by ~Sam~)
    Ok, thanks. I havent come across any so far. Do a lot of unis do them or is it quite rare?
    im not sure soz
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    i know that exeter has one on the website...just browse...the best policy
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    what uni u looking at sam?
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    also, im assuming you've looked at: www.unofficial-guides.com
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    I know the one for Manchester is available if you search for it with google. The Edinburgh one does a modules breakdown but you have to pay for the actual full thing with everything in it. I had one that I got free from York at the open-day but I' appear to have misplaced that?!? :confused:
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    Oxford and Cambridge both have them.
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    e-mail the SUs you want alt-prospectuses for...
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    The Warwick one is on the student's union website.
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    Thanks for your replies people. I haventhad time to look yet but will do later

    (Original post by clare_m)
    what uni u looking at sam?
    Exeter, Cardiff, York, UEA, Sheffield...as well as maybe Soton, Birmingham. Yeah I've seen unoffical guides

    (Original post by ~Sam~)
    I've heard a bit about these, they are published by the SU. Does anyone know how common they are and where I could get them?
    The "Gnostic Good Guide to UK Universities 2005" is a very authorative guide. Or so I hear.
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    (Original post by picju96)
    The Warwick one is on the student's union website.
    As is Bristol's
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    You can order the Aber one from their website. It's not very good though, they seem to have no bad comments in it at all! But maybe it's just the perfect place :rolleyes:
 
 
 
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