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    I will be applying to 5 uni's this week. My parents told me that the university should be close and that I am not allowed to move out and live in halls. So how will I be able to go to fresher's week? Is there anyone in this situation or is just me?
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    (Original post by Sev99)
    I will be applying to 5 uni's this week. My parents told me that the university should be close and that I am not allowed to move out and live in halls. So how will I be able to go to fresher's week? Is there anyone in this situation or is just me?
    You are/will soon be an adult, i suppose you risk them not helping you financially, but you shouldn't let them control you this way otherwise you'll never leave home. They have to let go at some point, why not make it now.
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    (Original post by Sev99)
    I will be applying to 5 uni's this week. My parents told me that the university should be close and that I am not allowed to move out and live in halls. So how will I be able to go to fresher's week? Is there anyone in this situation or is just me?
    You're not the only one, it isn't common but I've seen it enough times to have adefault answer to this:

    It's your life, your course, your choice. If you want to move out they can't stop you. They can try to blackmail or guilt trip you into not moving out (which I think is all the more reason to leave) but it ultimately has nothing to do with them. If you want to go then go.
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    (Original post by Sev99)
    I will be applying to 5 uni's this week. My parents told me that the university should be close and that I am not allowed to move out and live in halls. So how will I be able to go to fresher's week? Is there anyone in this situation or is just me?
    \I've got an idea but you might not like it, have you considered applying to uni close to you that you know you won't get in to then for the next 4 apply to some where close but so expensive to get to that it works out cheaper to actually stay in halls or a hotel could be a good idea.
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    (Original post by jonathanemptage)
    \I've got an idea but you might not like it, have you considered applying to uni close to you that you know you won't get in to then for the next 4 apply to some where close but so expensive to get to that it works out cheaper to actually stay in halls or a hotel could be a good idea.

    I actually don't know. Are there unis that are expensive to get to a d that are close too?
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    Shouldn't uni choices depend on the type of course you want to do? *Local unis might not offer it. *Which are your local unis? *
 
 
 
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