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As so many of us can't visit unis this year, I was thinking a forum where people could post the unis they are trying to decide between and then people can provide any information/opinions/experiences they have with them. I need help deciding and I am sure they are lots of people also experiencing this!!!
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i am deciding between manchester, durham, and southampton for psychology....i really like all of them for different reasons oops
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Hi, I'm currently in year 11 so won't be much help but I would appreciate some advice, your opinion or experiences with the following universities specifically business subjects. Any help is greatly appreciated appreciated. Thank you.

University of Manchester, Manchester Metropolitan University, Lancaster University, UA92 and University of Law (Manchester Campus)
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(Original post by dani_05)
Hi, I'm currently in year 11 so won't be much help but I would appreciate some advice, your opinion or experiences with the following universities specifically business subjects. Any help is greatly appreciated appreciated. Thank you.

University of Manchester, Manchester Metropolitan University, Lancaster University, UA92 and University of Law (Manchester Campus)
you probably know all of these but this is why i applied to uni of manchester.....
1. manchester as a city has an incredible music and culture scene, always a lot going on
2. very large student body size (this could potentially be a negative but as of this there is lots of stuff going on, good social scene, lots of societies etc)
3. has a really cool business building, very modern, lots of study space
4. obviously a lot going on in manchester as a city alone, but very central in terms of transport around the uk and internationally
5. post uni good employment opportunities, lots of internship and work placements during the degree
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(Original post by Anonymous)
As so many of us can't visit unis this year, I was thinking a forum where people could post the unis they are trying to decide between and then people can provide any information/opinions/experiences they have with them. I need help deciding and I am sure they are lots of people also experiencing this!!!
If you go on the subforum for the universities there may be a sticky thread where you can ask a current student.

Ok, there isn't one for Manchester or Durham but there is one for Southampton: https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/sho....php?t=2116805
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If you go on the subforum for the universities there may be a sticky thread where you can ask a current student.

Ok, there isn't one for Manchester or Durham but there is one for Southampton: https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/sho....php?t=2116805
thank you so much i had no idea this was thing
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I’m trying to choose between Durham and Bristol for law
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Ive got a blog on the open days my daughter went to for physics
https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/sho....php?t=6562744 Leeds, Lancaster York, Oxford, Leicester.
She chose Lancaster in the end and a proper breakdown is here of the Lancaster information: https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/sho....php?t=6904136
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I am also deciding between Durham and Manchester psychology. Which first?
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Hey everyone!

If anyone is considering the University of Liverpool and has any questions please feel free to ask!

Antonia
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