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Hello, I'm starting Jordanstown this year too, anything you want to know ask me
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(Original post by di.egle)
First of all, are you going to live on campus?
Secondly, do you think of working part time job during first year?
Yes I'm living in dalriada uni halls, I currently have a part-time job in my hometown which is an hour train ride away so I don't know what to do whether to get a job up there
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You could just join the QUB students in Belfast?

Jordanstown is pretty plain when it comes to clubs etc but Belfast has a ton and it's only 25 min train ride I think. Also join Campus Society as there'll be a few from UUJ there prepared to talk!

I don't go to UUJ however I do live around the Belfast area so ask me anything if you're lost! I hope I was some sort of help
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