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Hey all, allocations have just been released! Post with this format below:

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Course: Computer Science
Applied date: 15th October
College applied to: St Cuthbert's

Offer: AAB
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Applied date: October 12th
College: St Cuth's
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College: Cuths
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Course: English
Applied date: 3rd January
College applied to: Cuth's
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Course: English
Applied date: 3rd January
College applied to: Cuth's
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Grats! I haven't watched it I'm afraid, but correct me if I'm wrong, is your pfp the Book of Mormon? haha.
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Grats! I haven't watched it I'm afraid, but correct me if I'm wrong, is your pfp the Book of Mormon? haha.
Thank you, and yes it it lol!! One of my favourite musicals.
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Thank you, and yes it it lol!! One of my favourite musicals.
I knew I recognised it haha! Not sure how though, considering I haven't seen it... Oh well that's a question for another time. I'm a big fan of South Park so perhaps that's why.
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College applied to: st cuth's
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Hi guys message me to join the Cuth's gc!

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Course: Law
Applied date: 15th January
College applied to: Cuth's
Offer: 37 666HL
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Course: Economics
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College applied to: Collingwood but then changed to St Cuths
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Applied to: Collingwood but got allocated to Cuths
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Applied date: 18th November
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Hi, I had applied to Collingwood but have been allocated to Cuth’s. As I haven’t seen Cuth’s please can anyone shed some light on how it is . I read it has 2 sites, what is your preference and why? Is anyone going to the residential in March?
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Hi, I had applied to Collingwood but have been allocated to Cuth’s. As I haven’t seen Cuth’s please can anyone shed some light on how it is . I read it has 2 sites, what is your preference and why? Is anyone going to the residential in March?
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Grats on getting Cuth's. As far as I know, there are two sites: the Bailey site, and Parson's Field. Parson's is near a bridge, and has more accommodation than the Bailey site. The Bailey is the pretty one, but there are more shared rooms and less en suite rooms. Once you pick your firm offer, you'll be asked to give a preference (two I think) of what site you want. E.g. you can say "I'd like a single room on the Bailey, if I can't get that I'd like a single room on Parson's" or smth.
https://www.dur.ac.uk/st-cuthberts.s...accommodation/
This should help!
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Hi, I had applied to Collingwood but have been allocated to Cuth’s. As I haven’t seen Cuth’s please can anyone shed some light on how it is . I read it has 2 sites, what is your preference and why? Is anyone going to the residential in March?
Cuths is specialll - it's the only college that has catered, self-catered and part catered aka buy meals if you want. Those in the Bailey are fully catered whilst Parsons has the self-caterers. Baileys is mostly shared rooms whilst Parsons is often ensuite and no roomates. They're about a 10 min walk from each other and are very much integrated with each other and both are resonably close to literally all the uni buildings. (All information was in this Durham leaflet thing our school had aha). If you have any specific Qs, just message me or ask them here I'm planning to go to the residential!
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College applied to: Hatfield changed to Cuth's
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Hey!
Grats on getting Cuth's. As far as I know, there are two sites: the Bailey site, and Parson's Field. Parson's is near a bridge, and has more accommodation than the Bailey site. The Bailey is the pretty one, but there are more shared rooms and less en suite rooms. Once you pick your firm offer, you'll be asked to give a preference (two I think) of what site you want. E.g. you can say "I'd like a single room on the Bailey, if I can't get that I'd like a single room on Parson's" or smth.
https://www.dur.ac.uk/st-cuthberts.s...accommodation/
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Cuths is specialll - it's the only college that has catered, self-catered and part catered aka buy meals if you want. Those in the Bailey are fully catered whilst Parsons has the self-caterers. Baileys is mostly shared rooms whilst Parsons is often ensuite and no roomates. They're about a 10 min walk from each other and are very much integrated with each other and both are resonably close to literally all the uni buildings. (All information was in this Durham leaflet thing our school had aha). If you have any specific Qs, just message me or ask them here I'm planning to go to the residential!
Thank you. I’m also planning on going to the residential. This will help me decide if I want to firm or insure Durham.
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