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Is anyone going to the university of sunderland this September
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Original post by Anonymous
Is anyone going to the university of sunderland this September

Welcome!
Be sure to let me know if you have any questions, i'm a current student :smile:
Original post by Anonymous
Yesss

Welcome! What course are you studying?
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Original post by Anonymous
Yesss

What course are you doing
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Hi ,I am applying for blended nurse course Sunderland and and I couldn’t find any student to give me some advise
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Original post by Anonymous
Is anyone going to the university of sunderland this September

Yesss
Original post by University of Sunderland Student Ambassador
Welcome!
Be sure to let me know if you have any questions, i'm a current student :smile:

Hi there
Is the precinct accommodation a university owned accommodation?
Original post by Anonymous
Hi there
Is the precinct accommodation a university owned accommodation?

Yes, based just a short walk from our City Campus, is this where you plan to stay?
Original post by UniversityOfSunderland
Yes, based just a short walk from our City Campus, is this where you plan to stay?
Well I'll be studying at the Tom Cowie Campus, so I'm wondering if staying at the Precinct would be a good idea ?
Original post by University of Sunderland Student Ambassador
Welcome!
Be sure to let me know if you have any questions, i'm a current student :smile:

Hyyy I plan on joining this university. I'm an international student. How are black people treated generally
Original post by Anonymous
Well I'll be studying at the Tom Cowie Campus, so I'm wondering if staying at the Precinct would be a good idea ?

The campuses are in short proximity of each other and we offer free bus travel in between so any accommodation is fine. The nearest accommodation to Sir Tom Cowie Campus is Scotia Quay and Panns Bank but again the free bus travels to all of them anyway and through the town on the way. :smile:
Original post by Anonymous
Hyyy I plan on joining this university. I'm an international student. How are black people treated generally

International students make up a large part of our student intake so you certainly wont feel alone. The university is in the top 10 universities in Europe for International Student Diversity (QS World University Rankings: Europe 2024) and 2nd in the UK for International Student Diversity (QS World University Rankings: Europe 2024).
There are many diverse clubs and societies and lots of shops and restaurants for you to be able to purchase things from home and still feel connected.
The university also adopts a zero-tolerance policy against discrimination and abuse with 24/7 campus security available.
If you have any more questions, do let me know :smile:

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