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Hi!I'm deciding between going to NTU or MMU for Fashion business and management.
Both courses look incredible and i would be happy with either but i need to make a decision as to which i want to go to as my first choice. Im keen on the city life of Manchester and the large opportunities i could have, but i've heard Nottingham is a great place for students (I live in Dubai and was unable to visit either in the summer due to the pandemic)
If anyone who goes to either could drop a few pros and cons (such as cost of living/going out, student life etc) to help aid my decision then that would be great!Need to make my final decision soon
Thank you Laura
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(Original post by LauraBirchh)
Hi!I'm deciding between going to NTU or MMU for Fashion business and management.
Both courses look incredible and i would be happy with either but i need to make a decision as to which i want to go to as my first choice. Im keen on the city life of Manchester and the large opportunities i could have, but i've heard Nottingham is a great place for students (I live in Dubai and was unable to visit either in the summer due to the pandemic)
If anyone who goes to either could drop a few pros and cons (such as cost of living/going out, student life etc) to help aid my decision then that would be great!Need to make my final decision soon
Thank you Laura
I have the exact same dilemma rn I cant choose!
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(Original post by LauraBirchh)
Hi!I'm deciding between going to NTU or MMU for Fashion business and management.
Both courses look incredible and i would be happy with either but i need to make a decision as to which i want to go to as my first choice. Im keen on the city life of Manchester and the large opportunities i could have, but i've heard Nottingham is a great place for students (I live in Dubai and was unable to visit either in the summer due to the pandemic)
If anyone who goes to either could drop a few pros and cons (such as cost of living/going out, student life etc) to help aid my decision then that would be great!Need to make my final decision soon
Thank you Laura
I applied to both unis and Nottingham Trent seems way better! From the reputation to the area !
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I applied to both unis and Nottingham Trent seems way better! From the reputation to the area !
I've always wanted to live in Manchester as it just seems like such a lively city and im worried Nottingham might be a bit boring in comparison and im not able to visit because of the virus so it's so hard to decide
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I've always wanted to live in Manchester as it just seems like such a lively city and im worried Nottingham might be a bit boring in comparison and im not able to visit because of the virus so it's so hard to decide
I’ve heard Nottingham has got a very good nightlife and Manchester too
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I’m from Manchester and I’ve applied for Nottingham Trent, Nottingham is a great city and the nightlife and the business opportunities are fantastic, even more so because it’s so central train wise. Don’t let Manchester’s big reputation put you off other places
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