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Hey so I accepted a place to study at Uni of Westminster and im kinda scared that I've made the wrong choice by moving o London, as its 4 hours away from family has anyone got any advice on how to enjoy it or even just reassure me? thanks
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4 hours isn’t very far. There will be people at Westminster who have to spend longer than that on a plane to het there.

Moving away from home is hugely valuable to move your relationship with your parents to a more mature one - plus it helps you to really appreciate and cherish home comforts when you do visit home in the holidays
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Lots of people get cold-feet at this stage - a bit nervous, a bit excited and wonder if they have made the right decision. Its very normal - thousands of other people are feeling exactly the same way right now. Once you get to Uni, and get involved in your course and discover all the amazing stuff London has to offer you, you'll wonder what you were worried about - promise.
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