I am considering Exeter, Royal Holloway, Southampton, Nottingham and Kent, of which I like in that respective order, but I am so unsure about Warwick because I have heard some people say the campus is rubbish.
I really like the city life, I care about shops and being able to do different things like watch things and go to social events, eat food from around the world, but if everything I need is on one campus I don't mind that either. I am not able to visit Warwick right now so I'm wondering if anyone can tell me what they think of Warwick. I am not a party animal but I do enjoy it from time to time.
How does Warwick compare to London, since as that's where I'm from?
Do you think Warwick is good for someone like me or is it just too hard to tell?
Thanks in advance
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Is Warwick's campus that bad? watch
- Thread Starter
- 28-10-2016 12:26
- 03-11-2016 23:53
I'm a first year student at Warwick and to be honest the campus is pretty decent, there's a shop in the centre of campus, a Tesco and Aldi are also 10 minutes away. The arts centre has a theater and cinema, there's some good pubs and restaurants. I don't do any clubbing but according to my friends it's not that bad if you do decide to go. Leamington Spa and Coventry are a bus away (£4 max for a return ticket). I'd say it's a good campus, I have everything that I need here, the gym is really awesome (it has a climbing centre and a decent bouldering room if you're into that).