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    (Original post by Frances)
    It says on the website that they're , which is different to being 6 in the league tables. Doesn't say a source though.
    No I've read it wrong, it's the 6th MOST popular university for applications from students...it doesn't mention the league table. No wonder I got confused.
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    Well during the open day, the lecturer who actually spoke to us said they are the best in the country for journalism...and this was extremely appealing to me. Although, he may not be telling the truth?
    If this is the case then it would definately be worthwhile going there since thats what you wish to do.
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    If this is the case then it would definately be worthwhile going there since thats what you wish to do.
    Well I am doing PSYCHOLOGY and Journalism, then I am hoping to do that course (I don't know the name of it??), it lasts a year and it trains you to be a teacher, but I have spoke to quite a few people and they said they are going to do it or their siblings have done it. So I am actually hoping to teach Psychology to college students, if I don't get a job in journalism, as teaching is good to have behind you IMO. So all in all it will be four years at university to me...unless I do a post graduate, lol.
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    (Original post by BlondeFunkyChic)
    Well I am doing PSYCHOLOGY and Journalism, then I am hoping to do that course (I don't know the name of it??), it lasts a year and it trains you to be a teacher, but I have spoke to quite a few people and they said they are going to do it or their siblings have done it. So I am actually hoping to teach Psychology to college students, if I don't get a job in journalism, as teaching is good to have behind you IMO. So all in all it will be four years at university to me...unless I do a post graduate, lol.
    You mean a PGCE?
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    (Original post by Frances)
    You mean a PGCE?
    Lol! Yep that's the one! I knew it began with P... I just personally think its a good thing to have.
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    Lol! Yep that's the one! I knew it began with P... I just personally think its a good thing to have.
    yeah, they're always after teachers.
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    yeah, they're always after teachers.
    Yep exactly, I would find it rewarding and get satisfaction that I am teaching college students to pass their GCSEs and A Level's, especially knowing I have been there and done it myself and contributed to them doing well in life.
 
 
 
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