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Manooka
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This is the thread for people who are thinking of applying to the University of East London for 2021!

Meet and chat to other people applying here. Ice breaker questions:

What course are you applying for?
What subjects are you studying now?

You can find a big list of all the other applicant threads here >>
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Almost certainly studying computer science in 2021.

I spent a year and a bit studying engineering at UEL and had to stop because of things out of my control. I'm applying for computer science this time round as I think I'll enjoy it more.

If anybody applying for 2021 wants any advice pm me
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Does anyone have any advice for the BSc in Counselling? Not many universities just offer straight 'Counselling' degrees, so I'm wondering whether anyone has studied it and has any reviews/advice etc?Thank you in advance!Anna
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Hi

I am Applying for Law with a foundation year

I currently study Btec Business



- Denni
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hey! I wanna study Event Management.
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(Original post by Manooka)

This is the thread for people who are thinking of applying to the University of East London for 2021!

Meet and chat to other people applying here. Ice breaker questions:

What course are you applying for?
What subjects are you studying now?

You can find
I’ve got an unconditional offer for biomedical science
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Has anyone got an offer yet ?
Just sent my application off
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I havent had an offer yet or even an acknowledgement email? I did from the others tho. Im applying for psychology.
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anyone else studying BA hons journalism? just received my unconditional!
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(Original post by l34h2002)
I’ve got an unconditional offer for biomedical science
I also got a conditional offer for biomedical science. I have accepted the offer but I’m still waiting for other offer from other uni.
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I currently study at UEL (university of east london) and it is by far an awful university. The support staff are incompotent. The admin staff even work. I am so disappointed by the department I study, who have treated students with a complete disregard. This is not discussed enough. The teaching is sub-standard stretching to uninformative. I cannot wait to get out of here. I urge everyone not to study here. Wellbeing and mental health are not valued or even remotely inclusive. I have worked and studied at better institutes that reply to student emails, be humane and give you a better education. I am currently undergoing a complaint. My experience is shared amongst many of my cohort. Please when choosing a university, look at the student support and satisfaction percentage and choose accordingly. I only wish I had.
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I also got a conditional offer for biomedical science. I have accepted the offer but I’m still waiting for other offer from other uni.
Is there a Gc for people attending in September?
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I'm considering their Psychology Conversion MSc, would anyone know when is the application deadline ?

I come from a Fashion Design Bachelors and have been working in Fashion trading and Manufacturing for 7 years.
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