Welcome to the new South of England universities subforum

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Welcome to the sub-section for universities in South of England

This forum is for discussion about universities and higher education colleges in the South of England, though if a uni or city has its own sub-forum please post in there.
So, which unis are in the South of England and which have their own subforums? Click on the uni names to be taken to the right forum for each uni or college. There are also links to the official guides for each place too!Image

Universities in London have their own subforum. You can also see the list of unis in London [thread for London Uni forum].

If you want a sub-forum for your university, please make a thread in Ask the Community Team here

The following universities used to have their own sub-forums, but clicking on the links below will take you to the best place to discuss these institutions. Also linked is the wiki guide to each institution. If the wiki guide appears incomplete and you have information to add to it, please do so using the edit button.

Your university belongs in this forum if it is in the amber area of this map


If you're looking for university sub-forums in other parts of the world, use the following links for universities in...

North of England
Greater London
Northern Ireland
International Study
Distance Learning
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AUCB doesn't have its own subforum. We have to use the BU subforum.
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Hi all,
im new here and can't find an appropriate place to post this, so I have decided to leave it here and hope for the best.

I am going to do an exchange to England, and I've noticed that some universities only offer courses with a lot of group work/assignments instead of exams. Is this typical of all universities in england?
Specifically, I've noticed Solent Southampton has this. Does this mean you can never skip class? Can someone please explain what this is like and if it's easier then traditional exams?
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