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    I've received (conditional) offers from both Neacstle University and the University of Sheffield to study History(V100). I'm a EU student so I do not have the slightest idea abut the unis the cities etc. Any help would be appreciated! Thank you
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    I've received (conditional) offers from both Neacstle University and the University of Sheffield to study History(V100). I'm a EU student so I do not have the slightest idea abut the unis the cities etc. Any help would be appreciated! Thank you
    http://www.thecompleteuniversityguid...1340&s=History

    http://www.thecompleteuniversityguid...1291&i=1340&s=

    http://www.thecompleteuniversityguide.co.uk/newcastle/

    http://www.thecompleteuniversityguide.co.uk/sheffield/
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    (Original post by AnyaSt)
    I've received (conditional) offers from both Neacstle University and the University of Sheffield to study History(V100). I'm a EU student so I do not have the slightest idea abut the unis the cities etc. Any help would be appreciated! Thank you
    Which one offers the course you most like?

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    I've received (conditional) offers from both Neacstle University and the University of Sheffield to study History(V100). I'm a EU student so I do not have the slightest idea abut the unis the cities etc. Any help would be appreciated! Thank you
    Those are both amazing cities.. I studied in Sheffield so I'm biased but EVERYONE who's been a student in Sheffield loved it. Sheffield is the #1 city for students remaining there after they graduate.. I believe that statistic is called "student retention rate" .


    One other thing I should mention is that England is a country of many strange accents (if you've only heard proper English speakers like politicians, actors and newscasters) you're gonna have a slightly difficult time learning the Sheffield (Yorkshire) accent but I guarantee you will not even be able to understand the Newcastle (Geordie) accent, even English people have trouble understanding the Geordies most of the time
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    Thank you so much
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    Which one offers the course you most like?

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    They are quite similar tbh, Sheffield seems to offer a wider variety of modules, on the other hand I liked the thought of the career development moldules that Newcastle has, so I find myself at a dilemma
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    (Original post by JavaScriptMaster)
    Those are both amazing cities.. I studied in Sheffield so I'm biased but EVERYONE who's been a student in Sheffield loved it. Sheffield is the #1 city for students remaining there after they graduate.. I believe that statistic is called "student retention rate" .


    One other thing I should mention is that England is a country of many strange accents (if you've only heard proper English speakers like politicians, actors and newscasters) you're gonna have a slightly difficult time learning the Sheffield (Yorkshire) accent but I guarantee you will not even be able to understand the Newcastle (Geordie) accent, even English people have trouble understanding the Geordies most of the time
    Always nice to hear some personal experiene! Thank you so much (I really haven't thought about the accents I just hope I'll be able to adjust)
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    They are quite similar tbh, Sheffield seems to offer a wider variety of modules, on the other hand I liked the thought of the career development moldules that Newcastle has, so I find myself at a dilemma
    Not a bad dilemma though. Instinct suggests to me that Sheffield is marginally better, but as you say Newcastle has certain advantages.

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    Thank you so much
    Hope it helps
 
 
 
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