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I have been accepted into Psychology at Durham, Edinburgh, Glasgow, and Aberdeen. and IR / Psychology at St. Andrews. I am not going to Glasgow or Aberdeen. I'm from the United States, just as a reference. I guess somethings I am thinking about is whether I would feel a part of Durham as the Psychology department is at Queen's Campus in Stockon, and if Edinburgh would feel too big as it is around the size of a state school in the United States, or if St. Andrews or Durham would feel small. I know that the big difference is city vs small town. I like cities, but I want a place where there is a lot of community. In the future, I am not planning to live in the UK, but I want to work internationally, hopefully in mental health advocacy, so I found it odd that St Andrews was ranked high within the UK but not as high on world rankings.
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(Original post by emmma13)
I have been accepted into Psychology at Durham, Edinburgh, Glasgow, and Aberdeen. and IR / Psychology at St. Andrews. I am not going to Glasgow or Aberdeen. I'm from the United States, just as a reference. I guess somethings I am thinking about is whether I would feel a part of Durham as the Psychology department is at Queen's Campus in Stockon, and if Edinburgh would feel too big as it is around the size of a state school in the United States, or if St. Andrews or Durham would feel small. I know that the big difference is city vs small town. I like cities, but I want a place where there is a lot of community. In the future, I am not planning to live in the UK, but I want to work internationally, hopefully in mental health advocacy, so I found it odd that St Andrews was ranked high within the UK but not as high on world rankings.
Hi Emmma, which Univ did you firm?
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Hi Emmma, which Univ did you firm?
I still haven't decided!!
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Durham is better than all of them, Scotland also rains all the time and is cold. Do not go there, i believe the scots and the welsh live in denial, they cannot accept their countries are just terrible.
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Durham is better than all of them, Scotland also rains all the time and is cold. Do not go there, i believe the scots and the welsh live in denial, they cannot accept their countries are just terrible.
When did it stop getting cold in Durham? You do realise that Durham is also situated at a high latitude and has similar climate to Edinburgh?
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