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When I was applying for universities earlier this, I must have found something in DMU that made me end up firming the course. Now, I'm sort of having doubts about the course (but I'll figure that out myself) and about the uni. Is it really as good as I thought? What are the general pros and cons?
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It's not great at all. It's quite a low ranked uni. There's a better uni in the same city called University of Leicester!
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De Montfort is a great uni. It’s better for some courses than others. It’s a blend of different courses and societies from arts to business etc. so you meet an array of different unique people. Additionally, it got voted gold credited for teaching and framework which not many universities achieve. It’s very multi cultural and has great, modern facilities and placement opportunities. The staff are fab, the library facilities are very accessible. There is a lot of support offered here, and has a vibrant atmosphere which other universities like Leicester uni lack. I would book an open day see how you feel, do not listen to one opinion but choose what you feel is right from your heart. I have studied here myself after going to many open days, De Montfort has a a lot to offer the atmosphere,support, teaching and facilities. I might be bias but I haven’t regretted it all.
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DMU ranked in top 50 universities in the world for sustainability.
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(Original post by Anonymous)
It's not great at all. It's quite a low ranked uni. There's a better uni in the same city called University of Leicester!
I'm heading into uni this year so a little too late to be applying for anything but thanks anyways
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From someone who lives in Leicester, place is a bit of a joke. At my school they were accepting people who had scored DDE in their a levels.

Do have to say they have some nice buildings though, much nicer than uni of leic. But there’s similar unis to dmu in much nicer cities (brookes,ARU,UWE,Trent) so I’m not sure why one would come here if they’re not from Leicester themself
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(Original post by Anonymous)
From someone who lives in Leicester, place is a bit of a joke. At my school they were accepting people who had scored DDE in their a levels.

Do have to say they have some nice buildings though, much nicer than uni of leic. But there’s similar unis to dmu in much nicer cities (brookes,ARU,UWE,Trent) so I’m not sure why one would come here if they’re not from Leicester themself
Accepted with DDE. Wow

I don't understand why students support these bullsh*t institutions and feed them money! All for the 'uni experience' I guess lol
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any girl thats there belongs to the street.
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any girl thats there belongs to the street.
What does that even mean?
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it's ok
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