MattW02
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So I am planning on currently applying to Cambridge Durham Exeter York and either UCL or Bristol. From what I have seen UCL seems to have a better international reputation and Bristol a better student experience. I have also heard concerns about both unis for accommodation (UCL doesn't have enough and Bristol is too far away). Does anyone have any experience with this? I am planning to study Law with French or Law at either of them. If you generally know anything about the unis or their courses please do say!
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Bristol has 'traditional halls' at Stoke Bishop that are a bus ride away from campus - but now has newer accommodation on the centre of the city. Look at Orchard Heights, Print Works, New Bridewell etc (essentially anything that isnt 'North') : http://www.bristol.ac.uk/accommodati...te/residences/

One important thing about Law with a Language at Bristol - it means you wont have a choice of doing all the available Law units because half you timetable will be the other subject. A better idea can be to apply for straight Law, and switch to the 'Study Abroad' pathway at the end of your first year. This means you still get a Year Abroad in France, do whatever French culture/arts/law units you can there, and improve your language skills etc, but without compromising your Law choices.

PS. There are lots of good reasons to go to Bristol : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=khM7tjui86Q
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