Sussex or City Cass University ? Help please !!Watch
when I went to visit city uni, I loved it. it was really modern, the people were so nice, the students were amazing actually, so friendly. the common area was always full, everybody were playing, having lunch and chilling. I really loved the vibe the uni gave. I also loved the sports area: AMAZING. the accommodation: the best !! really very modern LOVED IT.
BUT the problem is the things around uni: NOTHING. very sad around campus, so many industrial life...
the thing is that I am someone that loves city life. I like to shop, party, have lots of friends, be in many communities, do lots of sports, watch movies, theatres, go and have lunch outside, walk between people and the nightlife for me is very important.
and, when i went to Sussex, it was a bit far from London... but still not that far.
the campus was nice, very uni life really. but it was not as modern as city uni and also the vibe I got was not good actually, I felt like the students that go there are not nice, I felt the bullying vibe. and I also read many bad reviews about the life there such as: bad wifi, student support very bad, no life around and in campus, no parties on campus, no games night on campus, people don't sociable and the dorms are terrible.
And it is true when I went to visit the dorms, OMG I never saw such bad rooms really, but east slope was not bad actually.
and now I am very confused, i don't want to regret my choice. I want to live the 100% uni life, which I think I will have at Sussex but i don't think at the same time that i will fit in, be comfortable, and have lots of fun and ofc study... while i think that i will be more comfortable at la city because of the good vibe and people, but also i don't know if i am really going to like it, cz there is nothing outside campus.
So if is someone could please help me make my choice? thank you!
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I'm at Sussex and honestly the things you've mentioned about it couldn't be further from the truth! Its a very friendly and welcoming place with a great night life - Brighton is brilliant for that. The buildings are certainly ugly and old fashioned though and I would only recommend Northfield or East Slope for accommodation.