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New College Stamford

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Loads to read, write and do!!! wish there were more contact time but the English department is ace with lots of friendly staff!! Sheffield as a city is awesome and the students union is definitely worth checking out :) you will have enough time on this course to do some part-time work. Campus Advisor

Ratings Submitted Harry B

I really like Bristol, the people are really friendly and my course is really interesting. It’s taken a while to settle once I first started but then you get used to uni life pretty quickly. And then you love it! -Anonymous -

My course is quite demanding and requires a lot of work after hours, so you need to just be prepared for that at uni. Apart from that it’s all good. -Anonymous -

No complaints really, they podcast most lectures throughout the uni which we all really love. They have some great buildings such as the Alan Gilbert where we can study and relax too. Course material is of v good quality as are the lecturers. - Anonymous -

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Interesting course. - Anonymous -

Enjoying it S B

Enjoyable course and staff were supportive. Natasha A

Really enjoyed the course, learnt loads. Michael H

Michael H

I really developed my communication and transferable skills at this post. You mature so quickly and a placement will teach you skills it's very hard to develop at uni. Claire W

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