The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama
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I enjoyed my course as I really love drama as a subject anyway and it is what I have gone into after university. I would pick this course if you have a passion for the subject as career options after are a hard route. The course was taught well with lots of practical work. - Anonymous -
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
Biochemistry is a pretty hard core degree and I might have been better choosing something more general like Biomedical Science at uni, but you can cater the course a little to your liking. I don’t love the practicals but I can see how they are useful. The course sets you up with good interpersonal skills even if you choose to do something different after, like what I may do. Campus Advisor
Very nice university with lots of friendly people. Societies are good and some great facilities. -Anonymous -
Enjoy my course. I P
So much to do at Leeds. It’s got some brill societies and good sports facilities. Location of the University is really close to the centre. -Anonymous -
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Good course, good career prospects, worth considering. H J
I liked my course I wish they would have recorded all lectures. Loads of societies to choose from and a decent nightlife. -Anonymous -
I absolutely love Manchester Uni. The city is just amazing too as I come from London and I was looking for another big city. Loads of friendly students and lots to do. Staff are helpful and enjoyed the course. - Anonymous -
This is a great place! lovely people and learnt loads of new techniques Michael Harrison