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    Which course do you have an offer for?
    English
    What are the course requirements?
    BBC
    What grades are you predicted or already have?
    predicted ABBC
    How quickly did you get an offer after your application?
    It was my last offer, I got it beginning of January.
    Did you have to have an interview?
    No
    What are you most looking forward to?
    learning more about my chosen subject, meeting new people and being in a different environment to study
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    (Original post by BurstingBubbles)
    This thread is for those who have received offers, either conditional or unconditional. First of all, congratulations!
    Which course do you have an offer for?
    BA Primary Education with QTS
    What are the course requirements?
    BBC (My offer was lowered to BCC)
    Passing skills tests
    DBS check
    Health check
    What grades are you predicted or already have?
    BBB
    How quickly did you get an offer after your application?
    Well, I sent in my application a week before the Christmas holidays and received an offer to interview in mid Jan. Went to my interview on 1 March and just heard today that I have a conditional offer.
    Did you have to have an interview?
    Yup They were super amazing.
    What are you most looking forward to?
    Being around professionals in their field and learning everything that I can. Also, the hands on approach to the course is amazing alongside the move next year to the South campus.
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    (Original post by zebby1999)
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    Did you have to have an interview?
    Yup They were super amazing.
    What are you most looking forward to?
    Being around professionals in their field and learning everything that I can. Also, the hands on approach to the course is amazing alongside the move next year to the South campus.
    Hey Zebby1999,

    That's great to hear! Hopefully we'll be seeing you in September! :banana:

    If you have any questions in the meantime, just ask.

    All the best,
    Lydia
    The BCU team
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    I've been offered a conditional place for midwifery 2017 and I'm so excited because it's my first choice uni! I've heard all the health care students are in similar/close halls, this may not be true but if so, id love to get to know any health care students beforehand
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    (Original post by megmarshall18)
    I've been offered a conditional place for midwifery 2017 and I'm so excited because it's my first choice uni! I've heard all the health care students are in similar/close halls, this may not be true but if so, id love to get to know any health care students beforehand
    Hi hun, congratulations on your offer, I've got an offer for children's nursing. Which halls are you choosing? x
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    Hi, I've accepted a conditional offer for mental health nursing, January 2018 start (couldn't find a post for that)
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    Hello everybody,

    I applied to study at Birmingham City this September.

    There have been two deaths in my family this year, which has impacted on my mental health and grades. However, my college very kindly wrote me a supporting letter to say that I was fully capable of achieving a good grade.

    The university simply dismissed this letter and rejected my application. I have the option to go to three other great universities, so I must emphasise that I am not bitter in any way, but hate the thought of anybody else potentially being treated the same.

    To anybody who has received an offer, all I ask is that you consider if this is the type of university you would like to attend when there are many others out there, who are a lot more supportive and understanding in times of need.

    I genuinely hope that you all have a great time wherever you decide to go.

    Best wishes,
    Daryll
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    I am in the process of choosing my undergraduate accommodation in the City Centre and found these situated to my place of study at the Curzon building:
    Jennens Court,
    Curzon gateway,
    University Locks and
    The Heights
    I was wondering if any previous students had lived in any of these accommodations or could give any positives/negatives to any. Also, does anyone know if Jennens Court has a common room?

    Thank you.
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    (Original post by qwertymaria)
    I am in the process of choosing my undergraduate accommodation in the City Centre and found these situated to my place of study at the Curzon building:
    Jennens Court,
    Curzon gateway,
    University Locks and
    The Heights
    I was wondering if any previous students had lived in any of these accommodations or could give any positives/negatives to any. Also, does anyone know if Jennens Court has a common room?

    Thank you.
    Hey qwertymaria,

    Have you looked at our new accommodation pages on our website yet? You can see full details of each of the halls of residence you've mentioned which might help you decide!

    They are all quite similar in style, facilities and price and are all really close to the Curzon building for you, so I wouldn't worry about making the wrong decision.

    Jennens Court does have social areas yes, I'm pretty sure they all have common rooms.

    Jennens, Curzon and Uni Locks are all pretty much on campus and no more than a 5 minute walk, The Heights is a little further to walk though but still really close.
    However, I lived in the Heights in my first year and the one thing I wish I knew beforehand was that as it's private accommodation and really close to Aston Uni, it wasn't all BCU students but a mix of Uni's so I was in a flat with all Aston 2nd years which was a little tricky through freshers! But you might be able to state preferences to live with other first years if you were bothered about that. I think the others automatically group people into years of study.

    I hope this helps, but just ask if you have anymore questions!

    Lydia,
    The BCU team
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    Hello Guys

    I have a firm offer for MSc in Management & International Business. Anyone else studying in the Business School?

    Best Regards,

    Lev
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    I have a conditional offer from BCU for fashion business and promotion. I have to get BBC and I'm predicted BBB. I didn't have an interview. I haven't actually been to an open day to look at this specific course so I don't really know what it's like but I am definitely interested in the sound of it. 😊😊
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    (Original post by Kirstie.C)
    I have a conditional offer from BCU for fashion business and promotion. I have to get BBC and I'm predicted BBB. I didn't have an interview. I haven't actually been to an open day to look at this specific course so I don't really know what it's like but I am definitely interested in the sound of it. 😊😊
    Hey Kirstie!

    Well done on your conditional offer! :rave:

    If you haven't been to an Open Day yet there's still time to come and see the campus and fashion facilities. We have an Open Day coming up next month on Saturday 17 June. It will give you a really good idea of what it's like to study here and ask any questions about the course and meet the tutors that could be teaching you. I'd definitely suggest coming along

    Are you from near-by Birmingham or would you be moving here?

    If you have any other questions about the course, uni or student life here, just shout!

    Lydia
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    Hi thank you!! Is the 17th of June a post offer day or just an open day? I will hopefully be moving to Birmingham because I am from near Bristol 😊
 
 
 
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