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Thankyou! My email is [email protected] and my name Emma-Jo Gilbert

Thankyou!!
Thank you! I will pass this information onto admissions.
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Hi, were you in the clinical skills session today? I was the tall relatively skinny, dark-skinned person if you recognised me You were the person that named all the pulses on the dummy right?
🤣that was a classic!!!

I had to stop myself laughing. The tutor didn't know what to do and he kept such a straight face
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🤣that was a classic!!!

I had to stop myself laughing. The tutor didn't know what to do and he kept such a straight face
Oh i remember you too!! You were sitting next to me in the anatomy class where we analysed the structure of the lungs. And yeah that was so funny
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I loved the place. And more importantly so did my other half
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Hello to everyone on this thread! Congratulations on your offers from Keele! Just thought I'd jump on here to let you know that if you have got any queries regarding the university or the course, please reply to this post or mention me and I will be more than happy to find out for you.
Very lame question but is there a bus that stops near main reception
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Very lame question but is there a bus that stops near main reception
Hello there! Don't worry! There are no lame questions here!
To answer your question, yes there is a bus stop opposite the Darwin building and this stop would be the closest stop to the main reception The main reception is in the Chancellors building and the even though the bus doesn't stop at the Chancellors building, it's only a short walk from the stop next to the Darwin building. Takes me 1-2 minutes, if it helps you get an idea.
Hope I was helpful! If you have got any other questions, please don't hesitate to ask!
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🤣that was a classic!!!

I had to stop myself laughing. The tutor didn't know what to do and he kept such a straight face
I hated the awkward silence so much I had to keep answering!
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I hated the awkward silence so much I had to keep answering!
:grin: Hopefully have you in my group at some point!
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Hi guys, this is the second year I’ve got an offer from Keele for Medicine and I used to really love the place and especially the course. Now i’m slightly worried that the nightlife and the whole student experience is not as good as other unis. I’m interested to know for those firming Keele why it’s their number one choice and their thoughts on the nightlife.
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Hi guys, this is the second year I’ve got an offer from Keele for Medicine and I used to really love the place and especially the course. Now i’m slightly worried that the nightlife and the whole student experience is not as good as other unis. I’m interested to know for those firming Keele why it’s their number one choice and their thoughts on the nightlife.
Eh, stokes ok, Keele SU is alright, you're reasonably close to Manchester and Birmingham like 45 mins on the train, each has benefits depending on which scene you like.
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Eh, stokes ok, Keele SU is alright, you're reasonably close to Manchester and Birmingham like 45 mins on the train, each has benefits depending on which scene you like.
oh ahaha that doesn’t sound too positive 😂 maybe i should stick with my other options
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Hi guys, this is the second year I’ve got an offer from Keele for Medicine and I used to really love the place and especially the course. Now i’m slightly worried that the nightlife and the whole student experience is not as good as other unis. I’m interested to know for those firming Keele why it’s their number one choice and their thoughts on the nightlife.
Hello there! I am a Physics second year at Keele university. When it comes to nightlife at Keele, it is definitely different from a city based university but you have still got many options!

The SU hosts an event every night. The bigger events will be held on Friday and Saturday nights and the Wednesdays are dedicated to sports socials specifically. The SU has had some big acts such an Example, Jax Jones, Kristian Nairn and Enter Shikari. The Circa Waves will also be playing at the SU next month! The towns of Newcastle-under-Lyme and Hanley have also got a few clubs. Newcastle-under-Lyme is closer to Keele campus (20-25 minute bus ride, faster on a taxi) but Hanley is a bigger town that is a bit further from campus compared to Newcastle-under-Lyme. You will find a Revolution and Yates in Newcastle-under-Lyme and a few more local clubs. Hanley is a bigger town, therefore you will find bigger clubs there.

Also, as mentioned in other posts, Keele is relatively close to both Manchester and Birmingham. It usually takes around 40-50 minutes to get to Manchester Piccadilly from Stoke-on-Trent station. I haven't travelled to Birmingham from here but it should take you close to an hour to get there from the Stoke-on-Trent station. So, if you feel like treating yourself to a night out in a big city, you have got that option too!

I hope this helps you get an idea of what its like at Keele university. If you have got any other questions, please don't hesitate to ask and I would be really happy to help you.
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oh ahaha that doesn’t sound too positive 😂 maybe i should stick with my other options
I'd pick based off the hospitals, as someone wanting to focus on Resus and trauma RSUH is the obvious choice for me.
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I'd pick based off the hospitals, as someone wanting to focus on Resus and trauma RSUH is the obvious choice for me.
ye see i like that plymouth has specialism in plastics, cardiology and neuro but then keele is all great for surgery 🤷🏻*♂️😂
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I'd pick based off the hospitals, as someone wanting to focus on Resus and trauma RSUH is the obvious choice for me.
Can you please expand on that? I was not aware RSUH is renowned for trauma - is that true?
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Can you please expand on that? I was not aware RSUH is renowned for trauma - is that true?

https://www.electives.net/hospital/5982/preview

have a look at this
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https://www.electives.net/hospital/5982/preview

have a look at this
Thank you
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