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    I am applying for criminology and psychology for 2018 undergraduate entry with the expected grades of AAB and i'm having trouble choosing where to apply.
    So far, I am thinking of applying to Southampton (who want AAB), UWE (ABB), Winchester (BBC) and Bath Spa (BCC) as I have visited and somewhat liked all of them. However, I am not sure what my fifth option should be, and am worried about whether the ones I have picked so far are good options...
    Ideally I would like to go to a big city with a pretty campus - but so far I haven't found one that does my course (other than Southampton, but the campus isn't really 'pretty')
    Any advice would really be appreciated!
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    (Original post by chezzapenny)
    I am applying for criminology and psychology for 2018 undergraduate entry with the expected grades of AAB and i'm having trouble choosing where to apply.
    So far, I am thinking of applying to Southampton (who want AAB), UWE (ABB), Winchester (BBC) and Bath Spa (BCC) as I have visited and somewhat liked all of them. However, I am not sure what my fifth option should be, and am worried about whether the ones I have picked so far are good options...
    Ideally I would like to go to a big city with a pretty campus - but so far I haven't found one that does my course (other than Southampton, but the campus isn't really 'pretty'
    Any advice would really be appreciated!
    This might help:
    https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/sho....php?t=1001273
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    Keele sounds great for you! It's a beautiful campus and they offer that course:

    https://www.keele.ac.uk/ugcourses201...andpsychology/

    I think the entrance requirements are BBC, so it'd be a good back up too. It's not in a big city but it's only a mile or so out from Stoke.
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    Thank you for this suggestion! I actually looked at Keele a while back but dismissed it on the belief it wouldn't have a very good social side, but just doing some research now I saw that some people say the student union is very good so I will give it another look

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    Keele sounds great for you! It's a beautiful campus and they offer that course:

    https://www.keele.ac.uk/ugcourses201...andpsychology/

    I think the entrance requirements are BBC, so it'd be a good back up too. It's not in a big city but it's only a mile or so out from Stoke.
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    ABB - Greenwich, Lincoln, Gloucestershire,

    AAB - Kent (Canterbury), UEA (Norwich)

    Or - look at subjects that include Psychology - like Childhood Studies (Bristol, ABB)
 
 
 
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