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Hi everyone :hello:

There are many different factors to consider when making the decision of which university to attend. Here are some tips to help you make your choice.

I would recommend that you start by comparing the course content. Remember that courses differ at different universities - No two courses are the same. Look beyond the course title at the content of the course. Topics will be different across universities, depending on academic expertise, course accreditation, international partnerships and location.

Other things to consider include:

What student accommodation is available?
What career prospectus does the university have?
Are there any work experience opportunities?
What support does the university offer? (Counselling, writing mentors, careers service etc.)
Are there any part time jobs on campus?
What extracurricular activities are available?
What is the cost of living in each of the cities?
What facilities does the university offer? (Library, gym, laundrette, catering etc.)
University stats

You want to make sure that you make the best decision for yourself and the one that will enable you to focus on your studies, socialise and most importantly... be happy!

Amy
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"You can use the course search tool on the Ucas website to see which universities still have places available – courses marked with a ‘c’ for ‘closed’ won’t be taking new applications."

This hasn't been how courses are closed on UCAS course search for a few years now.
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"You can use the course search tool on the Ucas website to see which universities still have places available – courses marked with a ‘c’ for ‘closed’ won’t be taking new applications."

This hasn't been how courses are closed on UCAS course search for a few years now.
whoops, thanks! Changed it.
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