I went to a university in London and I wished I didn't ...anyone like that? Why?

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There seems to be this negative thing about studying in London and LSE etc. It is really true?
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There seems to be this negative thing about studying in London and LSE etc. It is really true?
Well I study at UCL. Barely any English people there (most are Chinese or European), poor teaching and low contact hours, no study space, too many students, personal tutor is ****. That's just my view, others may see it differently
Only glad about the prestige and not having to pay rent
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Well I study at UCL. Barely any English people there (most are Chinese or European), poor teaching and low contact hours, no study space, too many students, personal tutor is ****. That's just my view, others may see it differently
Only glad about the prestige and not having to pay rent
why do you not have to pay rent?
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why do you not have to pay rent?
I commute from home
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I commute from home
Im gonna commute to KCL. If you want a commuting partner hmu lol. Ill take the disctrict line
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Well I study at UCL. Barely any English people there (most are Chinese or European), poor teaching and low contact hours, no study space, too many students, personal tutor is ****. That's just my view, others may see it differently
Only glad about the prestige and not having to pay rent
Assuming prestige and rent is not in the equation, where would be your dream university then?
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Well I study at UCL. Barely any English people there (most are Chinese or European), poor teaching and low contact hours, no study space, too many students, personal tutor is ****. That's just my view, others may see it differently
Only glad about the prestige and not having to pay rent
Sounds good because you get your education. Which is all about self studying anyway. And then the prestige will be valued by employers and the self studying will be valued because it’s a skill.

I’m sure what you go through will affect your ability to adapt problem solving wise.

All the best, hopefully the social situation and integration improves but if not, I’m sure you are getting something in return?
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Well I study at UCL. Barely any English people there (most are Chinese or European), poor teaching and low contact hours, no study space, too many students, personal tutor is ****. That's just my view, others may see it differently
Only glad about the prestige and not having to pay rent
Hey, that also means you are getting exposure to and experience with international cultures and nationalities before you even graduate.
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