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I struggling to decide between Chester university,Liverpool hope, Canterbury Christ church, University of Suffolk and Keele university.

Im going to be studying an access course in Psychology and sociology 2021 as I want to study psychology and sociology as a combined degree
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You have 5 UCAS choices - there's no need to decide between them before you apply
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I struggling to decide between Chester university,Liverpool hope, Canterbury Christ church, University of Suffolk and Keele university.

Im going to be studying an access course in Psychology and sociology 2021 as I want to study psychology and sociology as a combined degree
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Hello! I teach on an Access to HE Social Science pathway (and I have a degree in one and an MSc in the other subject)

Lot's of good choices there. What I would say is wait a little into your Access course before deciding. If you are doing a pathway with three social science subjects (you'll probably do criminology too), you might change your mind about your degree course. Quite a few students think they will love sociology but prefer psychology instead and vice versa.

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I struggling to decide between Chester university,Liverpool hope, Canterbury Christ church, University of Suffolk and Keele university.

Im going to be studying an access course in Psychology and sociology 2021 as I want to study psychology and sociology as a combined degree
Hello! I have just graduated from the University of Suffolk where I studied Early and Primary Education Studies. I am so happy that I chose to study here as the University of Suffolk is a much smaller University compared to most others, therefore class sizes are much smaller and you have a lot more support available to you. It also means that you have greater access to specialised equipment for your course. I can not fault the University of Suffolk for the quality of teaching and the amount of support offered to you, from personal tutors to academic support advisers. I would definitely encourage you to visit the University of Suffolk for an open day which you can book through the website at: https://www.uos.ac.uk/openevents The University of Suffolk are also offering one to one campus tours at the moment too which you can also book through the website. A tour of the University will help you to make a decision. The University also offer lots of different bursaries and scholarships, so I would also look into those if I was you, as they do some great offers for students!

I loved studying at Suffolk! Sophie.
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