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I can't be the only one who is already thinking about applying to Durham! Post here to discuss open days, entry requirements, courses, colleges, and anything else.
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Hey! You're certainly not, I'm planning on applying to Durham as my first choice to study Psychology next year, and am really excited! What subject are you looking at?
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Hi! Nice to hear from you - Pyschology is a great subject.

As long as Results Day goes according to plan, since I'm applying post-results, I'm hoping to apply for Liberal Arts, with a view to taking modules in English Lit, Theology, and maybe Classics or a language.

Have you chosen a college yet?
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Hi! I'm definitely going to be applying to Durham. I'm applying for Maths, and I went to the open day today. College wise; not completely sure yet, but I quite liked Grey and Collingwood when I looked round today.
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(Original post by mimi7167)
Hi! I'm definitely going to be applying to Durham. I'm applying for Maths, and I went to the open day today. College wise; not completely sure yet, but I quite liked Grey and Collingwood when I looked round today.
Wow! Like lots of people who gave up Maths a long time ago, I'm always rather in awe of mathematicians.

I'm not sure if I can get to an open day before applying, so I might have to choose a college without visiting it. (I know I love the city of Durham since I have relatives nearby and have visited it before, so that aspect isn't an issue.) I'm only considering self-catered ones, which narrows my options to St. Cuthbert's, Josephine Butler, John Snow and Castle. I would like to live somewhere fairly peaceful and close to nature, which is apparently the case for the Parson's Field Site at St. Cuth's, so maybe I'll go for that.
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I'll probably be applying to Durham in 2020 for my masters! Currently studying at Glasgow but I'm from Durham and I'd like to be closer to home
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