Should I go to City uni to study sociology?

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I have applied to study sociology at City University, but the student satifaction rates are quite low. Does this mean that its not a good uni to study this subject?
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I have applied to study sociology at City University, but the student satifaction rates are quite low. Does this mean that its not a good uni to study this subject?
Hey ,
I guess it all depends on your personal outlook, satisfaction rates do not ultimately indicate that this is not a good university to study, it can contribute to people's overall perception, but it is not the be all or end all.
For example I am a current City student and I personally love the university, everything it has to offer, my course, placements etc.

I would advise you to attend one of our virtual open days, have a look through our Youtube platform, instagram platform and the student room in general to find a wider perspective about City, and what it's like.

Hope this helps!

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Hey ,
I guess it all depends on your personal outlook, satisfaction rates do not ultimately indicate that this is not a good university to study, it can contribute to people's overall perception, but it is not the be all or end all.
For example I am a current City student and I personally love the university, everything it has to offer, my course, placements etc.

I would advise you to attend one of our virtual open days, have a look through our Youtube platform, instagram platform and the student room in general to find a wider perspective about City, and what it's like.

Hope this helps!

Nadia
thanks for your response. What course do you study at City?
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thanks for your response. What course do you study at City?
I'm currently a third year student studying Children's Nursing
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I have applied to study sociology at City University, but the student satifaction rates are quite low. Does this mean that its not a good uni to study this subject?
Hi @Anonymous#1!

Just as @[email protected] has said, satisfaction rates are highly subjective as all students’ experiences at university differ. University is what you make of it, such as involvement in societies for personal interest or social reasons.

Personally, I absolutely love my course at City and the university. I am able to not only study my subject of interest, but also get involved in active societies of my interest too. The career service is amazing too and without their help, I honestly could not have secured some of the internships I have today. There are many other reasons why I love the university such as facilities, academic and financial support, study abroad opportunities, and diversity – but these are just my personal reasons and insights!

I would suggest attending one of City’s virtual events to gain a wider perspective. Feel free to check out City University of London’s social media and links to get a sense of the atmosphere and values:
• LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/school/city-university-london/
• YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/mycityunilondon
• Website: https://www.city.ac.uk/
• Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cityuniversitylondon/?hl=en
• Twitter: https://twitter.com/CityUniLondon?re...Ctwgr%5Eauthor

I hope that helps! If you have any other questions about City University of London, please don’t hesitate to let me know! 😊

Thanks,
Abida
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