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Is psychology good at Oxford Brookes??? I can’t find many people talking about it but i’m really interested to know from actual students
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Is psychology good at Oxford Brookes??? I can’t find many people talking about it but i’m really interested to know from actual students
Hello Poisonstrategies,

Hope you are doing well!

Although I cannot tell you much about the Psychology course specifically, since I study Law. I would however be more than happy to answer any questions you may have, about the University or student life.

I would also recommend our 'Chat to a Student Ambassador' service, which can be used to chat with current students who can share their university experiences as well as their experiences with different courses. You can find that at the following link: https://www.brookes.ac.uk/studying-a...nt-ambassador/

I hope this will be able to help! If you have any questions, feel free to ask!

All the best,

Shaf
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Of course it isn't.
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