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Hey I'm an international student from America. I'm looking to enter UWE? How is the university overall? Good, bad, horrible etc? Also how is the party scene at UWE? Obviously it's different from American universities? I also know about the education system in Britain. Lastly how is the city of Bristol? Good, boring, lots of nightlife etc?

Note: I am from NYC.
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(Original post by fcbfredo)
Hey I'm an international student from America. I'm looking to enter UWE? How is the university overall? Good, bad, horrible etc? Also how is the party scene at UWE? Obviously it's different from American universities? I also know about the education system in Britain. Lastly how is the city of Bristol? Good, boring, lots of nightlife etc?

Note: I am from NYC.
None of this will make any difference to an employer. Does the course meet your academic requirements?
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Yes it does meet my academic requirements. I also want to know more about the university since I'm from America and I am also interested in the diversity at the university as well. I mentioned before I am from NYC as well.
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Yes it does meet my academic requirements. I also want to know more about the university since I'm from America and I am also interested in the diversity at the university as well. I mentioned before I am from NYC as well.
Being from NYC makes a difference how? You can read more about student life on the SU website.
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I come from arguably the most diverse city in the world. My point of including me coming from NYC is that I am from an extremely diverse city so clearly because of where I was raised, a university with a diverse group of students is important since I would feel a bit more at home.
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I come from arguably the most diverse city in the world. My point of including me coming from NYC is that I am from an extremely diverse city so clearly because of where I was raised, a university with a diverse group of students is important since I would feel a bit more at home.
Mayer try London then? Most unis will attract students from all over the world and I've already told you where to find out more about student life.
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I'd figure that most uni's would attract many students from different areas of the world. I'm at a university rn due to my uni prep high school program. Thanks for the info about student life. I would prefer Bristol since London is also expensive.
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Thanks for the info on student life though. Good day
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I'd figure that most uni's would attract many students from different areas of the world. I'm at a university rn due to my uni prep high school program. Thanks for the info about student life. I would prefer Bristol since London is also expensive.
Ok well it looks like you know what you are doing and have made up your mind so good luck!
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Thanks. Same to you in whatever you're dong right now.
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