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Lili G
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Looking to link in with any new starters x
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Hi I’m starting the critical approaches to counselling and psychotherapy sept 19 nervous 🙈
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That's great ! I'm super nervous too it's a big commitment, I'm just hoping there will be some good people on the course who I get along with, think that's a big aspect of going uni. I hope you enjoy your course it looks really interesting can I ask what made u choose that course over the counselling and psychotherapy one ? 😀Thanks for your response
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I’m a mature student aswell at 27 I’m just hoping I’m not the only one! I want to gain a career as a psychological well being practitioner that’s why I chose the course...and with me not being in education for 10 years it seems like the perfect course to get that confidence back 😊 I previously studied the nursing degree for 12 months when I was 18 at edgehill but had to leave due medical reasons. Is this your first time at edge hill ? Ifit is you will love the UNI life x
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That's great ! I'm super nervous too it's a big commitment, I'm just hoping there will be some good people on the course who I get along with, think that's a big aspect of going uni. I hope you enjoy your course it looks really interesting can I ask what made u choose that course over the counselling and psychotherapy one ? 😀Thanks for your response
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Hi yes I'm a mature student too ! It's a scary prospect ! I'm hoping I'm going to fit into uni life I've never been before because I've been working full time for years just think it's now or never and don't want to regret not going! I was considering doing nursing but couldn't cope with all the shift work having children of my own , really hoping things will go well for us both it will be interesting to keep in touch to see how the two courses differ coz they are really similar in a lot of ways xxxx
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I’m a mature student aswell at 27 I’m just hoping I’m not the only one! I want to gain a career as a psychological well being practitioner that’s why I chose the course...and with me not being in education for 10 years it seems like the perfect course to get that confidence back 😊 I previously studied the nursing degree for 12 months when I was 18 at edgehill but had to leave due medical reasons. Is this your first time at edge hill ? Ifit is you will love the UNI life x
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Hi yes I'm a mature student too ! It's a scary prospect ! I'm hoping I'm going to fit into uni life I've never been before because I've been working full time for years just think it's now or never and don't want to regret not going! I was considering doing nursing but couldn't cope with all the shift work having children of my own , really hoping things will go well for us both it will be interesting to keep in touch to see how the two courses differ coz they are really similar in a lot of ways xxxx
Hi Lili, hope you're well!

We know entering university as a mature student can be worrying, but we think you'll settle in fine. Most (if not all) mature students feel the same way, but we find that they get on well not just with other mature students, but with 18 to 21 year olds too. Last year, our Students' Union held two meet and greet sessions for both mature students and student parents. While we've not confirmed whether they'll do the same this year, events like this are a great way to meet new people.

Have a great time on the course!

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Hi Lili Il also be starting this course in sept x
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