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I’m undecided on choosing which uni, out of Lancaster, Durham and York. I’ve got similar offers from all of them to study psychology.
Which would you choose?
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When did u apply and receive acknowledgment and offers and what did u get?
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When did u apply and receive acknowledgment and offers and what did u get?
I applied at the start of November and I heard back from all of them within a week.
Lancaster - ABB with interview for an unconditional
York - ABB
Durham - BBB
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I’m undecided on choosing which uni, out of Lancaster, Durham and York. I’ve got similar offers from all of them to study psychology.
Which would you choose?
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I’m undecided on choosing which uni, out of Lancaster, Durham and York. I’ve got similar offers from all of them to study psychology.
Which would you choose?
well, what are some of your priorities and then we can advise?
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well, what are some of your priorities and then we can advise?
I’m after somewhere quiet and safe. I want to get the best possible degree and feel at home at the uni. I’m not bothered about sports or nights out. I like nature and nice accommodation
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I’ve visited both Lancaster and York and both campus based so safe and easy to get around. Haven’t been to Durham but I believe it’s dotted about Durham for accommodation etc.. all seem good unis. If u like nature and nice accommodation possibly lancaster with York a close one. Have u visited them to get a feel for them?
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I’m after somewhere quiet and safe. I want to get the best possible degree and feel at home at the uni. I’m not bothered about sports or nights out. I like nature and nice accommodation
sounds like you picked the best three then.

bear in mind Durham is very sporty and has a very 'rugger-bugger' culture. Have you been assigned to a college yet? maybe wait till then because that will affect your decision

can vouch for York - its the perfect city for people who hate cities.
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I’ve visited both Lancaster and York and both campus based so safe and easy to get around. Haven’t been to Durham but I believe it’s dotted about Durham for accommodation etc.. all seem good unis. If u like nature and nice accommodation possibly lancaster with York a close one. Have u visited them to get a feel for them?
I’ve been to Lancaster and York but not durham. I thought Lancaster was quite industrial with so many buildings but I still liked it
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So I’d say that leaves York
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I’m undecided on choosing which uni, out of Lancaster, Durham and York. I’ve got similar offers from all of them to study psychology.
Which would you choose?
Durham.
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Durham.
How come?
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sounds like you picked the best three then.

bear in mind Durham is very sporty and has a very 'rugger-bugger' culture. Have you been assigned to a college yet? maybe wait till then because that will affect your decision

can vouch for York - its the perfect city for people who hate cities.
Thanks! I think college allocation is in February.
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How come?
The culture there appears to be good with strong academic presence.
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