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I got accepted into Durham to do psychology in 2018, totally mind blown.

I really don’t understand all these ‘colleges’ when I applied, I chose St John Snow as it seemed the best fit for me, however does it matter which college you’re in for your subject? For example, Northumbria does psychology on their west campus and the accommodation I chose was close to that campus rather than their others ones. I can’t seem to find anything online to explain all of this for me and I’m way too stressed!

Can anyone help?
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(Original post by beccakatiemullen)
I got accepted into Durham to do psychology in 2018, totally mind blown.

I really don’t understand all these ‘colleges’ when I applied, I chose St John Snow as it seemed the best fit for me, however does it matter which college you’re in for your subject? For example, Northumbria does psychology on their west campus and the accommodation I chose was close to that campus rather than their others ones. I can’t seem to find anything online to explain all of this for me and I’m way too stressed!

Can anyone help?
No teaching happens in Durham Colleges (it's a fairly superficial system tbh). You simply live in your college - there is nothing special and it won't impact your course.
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