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    I've been accepted on to a course that runs at the University of Worcester and at a University of Worcester centre in Hereford. I don't know whether to study in Hereford or Worcester, because I'm familiar with the staff at Hereford and I know Hereford really well. But on the other hand, I think it would be good to study in Worcester, because I'm slightly less familiar with the city, and it would mean meeting new people and having more of a 'university experience'.
    If anyone can offer any advice, I'd appreciate it
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    (Original post by KatieJB)
    I've been accepted on to a course that runs at the University of Worcester and at a University of Worcester centre in Hereford. I don't know whether to study in Hereford or Worcester, because I'm familiar with the staff at Hereford and I know Hereford really well. But on the other hand, I think it would be good to study in Worcester, because I'm slightly less familiar with the city, and it would mean meeting new people and having more of a 'university experience'.
    If anyone can offer any advice, I'd appreciate it
    Sounds like the latter option might be better for you. It's always nice to meet new people and go out of your comfort zone
 
 
 
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