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    So basically I have a place at East London University for Counselling starting this September, I was then told it isn't highly ranked so I have applied to Greenwich to see if I can get a place with them, but nevertheless my main dilemma is if its worth it to move down to London to do a 2-3 year long course that is only part time as London is so expensive, so I would only be in one day a week and hope to get a decent job for the rest of the week and find decent yet cheap accommodation. I was told by one counsellor that the courses are better down there however I'm not sure if thats even true for the course I want to do and as much as I love London I don't want to move down there too early in life and struggle with money as the jobs that I seem to get up north aren't that great. I want to do an integrative approach course and the nearest one to me in Newcastle is York. So I could move there or commute. I am getting a bit stressed about it all and was hoping for some advice! I would move down If it was worth it and had better opportunities down there for placements and a good job after but If it doesn't make much difference I think I would just look for somewhere else.

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