2022 Edge Hill applicants & place holders

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Any applicants & place/offer holders for Edge Hill Uni 2022 - thought it might be useful to make this for people to discuss courses, accommodation, get to know people etc.

Don’t think there’s one of these yet but if so, ignore this!
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Any applicants & place/offer holders for Edge Hill Uni 2022 - thought it might be useful to make this for people to discuss courses, accommodation, get to know people etc.

Don’t think there’s one of these yet but if so, ignore this!
Hi!
I’ve applied for primary Early years Education with qts and have a place! I’ve already formed EHU so I’m definitely going and I’m so excited!
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howdyyy! i applied for medicine with a foundation year and firmed my place there (heheee). honestly can not wait ( ͡◡ ‿‿ ͡◡)

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Hi!
I’ve applied for primary Early years Education with qts and have a place! I’ve already formed EHU so I’m definitely going and I’m so excited!
CONGRATSSS!!!
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howdyyy! i applied for medicine with a foundation year and firmed my place there (heheee). honestly can not wait ( ͡◡ ‿‿ ͡◡)


CONGRATSSS!!!
Tysm! Congrats on your place too! Hopefully we will see each other in September!!
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Tysm! Congrats on your place too! Hopefully we will see each other in September!!
tytyyy if you don't mind me asking, have you had some thought into which hall you want to apply for?
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Hi!
I’ve applied for primary Early years Education with qts and have a place! I’ve already formed EHU so I’m definitely going and I’m so excited!
Congratulations on your offer! Can't wait to welcome you onto campus in September!

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howdyyy! i applied for medicine with a foundation year and firmed my place there (heheee). honestly can not wait ( ͡◡ ‿‿ ͡◡)


CONGRATSSS!!!
Hi Kizarkito

Congratulations on your Medicine offer! Can't wait to welcome you onto campus in September!

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Kizarkito Hi I just accepted my EHU offer for med (foundation year) yesterday and I’m so excited. I’ve heard that there there’s only 15-30 places so it’ll be a small class and idk how to feel about that. Anyways I’m so happy to start 🤩🥳 if you don’t mind me asking, would you be staying at uni halls?? I’m not but I really want to!!
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Kizarkito Hi I just accepted my EHU offer for med (foundation year) yesterday and I’m so excited. I’ve heard that there there’s only 15-30 places so it’ll be a small class and idk how to feel about that. Anyways I’m so happy to start 🤩🥳 if you don’t mind me asking, would you be staying at uni halls?? I’m not but I really want to!!
Hi Kizarkito

Congratulations on your offer!

As an Educational Psychology student, my classes are quite small and I would say that (for me anyway) it has been hugely beneficial as it allows you to build a relationship with your lecturers meaning they are better able to understand your needs and support your learning in the best way they can. It also means that classes can be more collaborative and interactive as appose to purely lecture styles lessons. In addition, I feel smaller class sizes can also be better in terms of making friends and working collaboratively as I feel it creates more of a friendly and less intimidating atmosphere in the classes

There are many positives and negatives to consider of both living on campus as well as commuting. Here is a blog post from our University blog 'Inside Edge' which you may find useful as it discusses many of the positives and negatives of living off and on campus. You can also speak to current Medicine students on the Ambassador platform which I will link here. I know we have Tony on the platform who is currently studying Medicine and also did a Foundation Year, so he will be able to discuss with you any queries you have about the course. In addition, feel free to ask anyone on the platform any questions you may have about the University or any queries you may have in regards to living on or off campus The platform is great for queries like these as it gives you the opportunity to speak on a one-on-one basis to students currently studying the course you are applying for.

You may also benefit from attending one of our Open Days if you haven't already as this gives you the opportunity to explore the campus as well as speak to course tutors, and attend subject presentations and tours of subject-based facilities. Our next open day is the 11th of June

I hope this is helpful! Look forward to welcoming you to campus in September!
Katie - First Year Educational Psychology Student
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Hi Kizarkito

Congratulations on your offer!

As an Educational Psychology student, my classes are quite small and I would say that (for me anyway) it has been hugely beneficial as it allows you to build a relationship with your lecturers meaning they are better able to understand your needs and support your learning in the best way they can. It also means that classes can be more collaborative and interactive as appose to purely lecture styles lessons. In addition, I feel smaller class sizes can also be better in terms of making friends and working collaboratively as I feel it creates more of a friendly and less intimidating atmosphere in the classes

There are many positives and negatives to consider of both living on campus as well as commuting. Here is a blog post from our University blog 'Inside Edge' which you may find useful as it discusses many of the positives and negatives of living off and on campus. You can also speak to current Medicine students on the Ambassador platform which I will link here. I know we have Tony on the platform who is currently studying Medicine and also did a Foundation Year, so he will be able to discuss with you any queries you have about the course. In addition, feel free to ask anyone on the platform any questions you may have about the University or any queries you may have in regards to living on or off campus The platform is great for queries like these as it gives you the opportunity to speak on a one-on-one basis to students currently studying the course you are applying for.

You may also benefit from attending one of our Open Days if you haven't already as this gives you the opportunity to explore the campus as well as speak to course tutors, and attend subject presentations and tours of subject-based facilities. Our next open day is the 11th of June

I hope this is helpful! Look forward to welcoming you to campus in September!
Katie - First Year Educational Psychology Student
Hi, thank you! I was thinking the same with the class size. I’ll be going to a couple of open days to see everything and I can’t waittt 🤩
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Kizarkito Hi I just accepted my EHU offer for med (foundation year) yesterday and I’m so excited. I’ve heard that there there’s only 15-30 places so it’ll be a small class and idk how to feel about that. Anyways I’m so happy to start 🤩🥳 if you don’t mind me asking, would you be staying at uni halls?? I’m not but I really want to!!
CONGRATSSS!! ur the first person ive found to be in the same class as me ahaha n i don't mind at all 😊 ive decided to commute from manny for my first year (year 0) and will probably make the move in the next but lets see how it goes
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