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Hey all, I have been thinking of where to apply for next year, I have decided I would like to experience a uni in London or close to London at least, I am currently trying to decide between the 3 unis listed in the title above, I would like to know from anyone that attends either of the 3 which has the best location and nightlife as admittedly I am also going for the “uni experience” I have done a bit of research myself and believe that out of the 3 Queen Mary has the best academic prospects however this is not all that counts to me. I also care about the university as a whole, how helpful/unhelpful staff is to students, the overall student satisfaction rate from students that attended etc. Thank you for any replies.
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Hey all, I have been thinking of where to apply for next year, I have decided I would like to experience a uni in London or close to London at least, I am currently trying to decide between the 3 unis listed in the title above, I would like to know from anyone that attends either of the 3 which has the best location and nightlife as admittedly I am also going for the “uni experience” I have done a bit of research myself and believe that out of the 3 Queen Mary has the best academic prospects however this is not all that counts to me. I also care about the university as a whole, how helpful/unhelpful staff is to students, the overall student satisfaction rate from students that attended etc. Thank you for any replies.
I have been to visit brunel, and I was actaully positively surprised. Though it may be ranked lower in the league tables, it is quite popular. From my understanding, Queen Mary's is a uni on the lower end of the russel group list, it is positively diverses with a range of people, but thr campus and it's location nust lack a bit for me. I can't comment on the last one, because I haven't seen it, and don't intend to. I definitely think that Brunel is worth considering. It is easily connectable to the good nighf life spots in London.
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I have been to visit brunel, and I was actaully positively surprised. Though it may be ranked lower in the league tables, it is quite popular. From my understanding, Queen Mary's is a uni on the lower end of the russel group list, it is positively diverses with a range of people, but thr campus and it's location nust lack a bit for me. I can't comment on the last one, because I haven't seen it, and don't intend to. I definitely think that Brunel is worth considering. It is easily connectable to the good nighf life spots in London.
Which Queen Mrys? Queen Marys in Twickenham I would be surprised if it was a Russel Grp Uni!
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Which Queen Mrys? Queen Marys in Twickenham I would be surprised if it was a Russel Grp Uni!
I was talkin abt the Mile End campus in East London but lol
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I was talkin abt the Mile End campus in East London but lol
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Which Queen Mrys? Queen Marys in Twickenham I would be surprised if it was a Russel Grp Uni!
The Mile End one aha
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Useful reading for anyone about to apply to Uni - How to Avoid 5 Rejections - it covers all the issues about 'choosing' : https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/uni...ity-rejections
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I have been to visit brunel, and I was actaully positively surprised. Though it may be ranked lower in the league tables, it is quite popular. From my understanding, Queen Mary's is a uni on the lower end of the russel group list, it is positively diverses with a range of people, but thr campus and it's location nust lack a bit for me. I can't comment on the last one, because I haven't seen it, and don't intend to. I definitely think that Brunel is worth considering. It is easily connectable to the good nighf life spots in London.
Nice thank you for your reply, no one is very big on Roehampton tbh it seems from everything I have read on here, some say it’s amazing but most are just not that impressed with it, I am leaning towards Brunel atm. Can I ask you was the campus quite large? Are you a current student at Brunel or did you just visit it? What impressed you the most when visiting ?
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Nice thank you for your reply, no one is very big on Roehampton tbh it seems from everything I have read on here, some say it’s amazing but most are just not that impressed with it, I am leaning towards Brunel atm. Can I ask you was the campus quite large? Are you a current student at Brunel or did you just visit it? What impressed you the most when visiting ?
Its worth having a look at the Open Day films on YouTube if you are not able to visit a Uni in person.
It will give you an idea of what each Uni looks like and its plus points.
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