English at Durham - thoughts from current students? Watch

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I'm a re-applicant to Durham and two other unis. Long story short, I did get an unconditional offfer from Durham last time but then withdrew my whole application for personal reasons.
I contacted Durham about this back in September and they said I'd be welcome to apply again, so I did.

I'd love to visit all my choices, but as an EU student (a blind EU student), going to open days is just not an option for me, so I would like to hear some honest opinions from current students.

I've done my research on the course and I really, really like the look of the modules! I was just wondering
- what exactly they mean by "small-group tutorials", i.e. how small those groups are
- what lecturers and seminar tutors are generally like
and
- where lectures, seminars and tutorials take place?


Also,
- How "accessible" are the buildings?
- Do you happen to know a blind (or visually impaired) English literature student? If so, do you think they get enough support? (The disability coordinator seems nice enough, but I want to hear opinions from students directly)
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