Share your story - £100 voucher to be won, Read what Mumsnetters thought of Warburtons Half White Half Wholemeal bread, See what Mumsnet testers thought of Klearvol essential oil inhalation capsules, Talk widget showing discussions of the day & trending threads, Subscribe to Mumsnet emails direct to your inbox. You can visit (and of course drink) in Diagon Alley (Gandy Street) and The Black Horse Inn (supposedly the inspiration for the Leaky Cauldron). As a regional ‘city’ of nearly 130,00 residents, Exeter boasts a Russell Group University, a buoyant retail centre, pleasant city centre and a lively cultural calendar. Posted by 2 years ago. You can study at top universities worldwide. At the same time, these institutions should be aware that such spaces might yield some unanticipated consequences. They have several minority-focused employee-based resource groups (ERGs) including Gayglers, the Black Googlers Network and Hispanic Googlers Network. But the moment you want to venture off campus, walking everywhere is a nightmare (public transport is not as reliable or as fast as London or other big cities). Pros and cons of Kent university. An insight event with law firm RPC. It is a nice area to live in for years 2 and 3 too.Both places are fun to be studying at. One of the main advantages of choosing to do a Master’s abroad is aiming for a highly ranked world university. This is page 1 of 2 (This thread has 49 messages.). How will Freshers Week be different this year?
( Log Out / It was actually years later that I realised he was expecting me to say some public school that he would have heard of There were lots of people driving around in cars that daddy had bought them whilst my best friend and I reassured ourselves that we would appreciate our first cars so much more as we would pay for them ourselves! The ICAEW is finding the next generation of business leaders. You also don't get dirt cheap student nights how you would in places such as Newcastle or Leeds. I don't see why it is such a virtue to have a dead end job whilst at university either. Littleham Betty's is the only tea shop to hole up in, just try to avoid a day when they are inaugurating a Bishop as it feels like everyone around you was either in Rev or Father Ted........ queue outside Betty's was horrific on Tuesday, we went to M&S instead. ""Can't help with the dick situation at Exeter." Travelling home is a nightmare if you are relying on the train services (it is expensive and takes forever). There is nothing wrong with this; but it does mean that there will be a certain lack of cultures from places other than this demographic- which for me, an aspiring anthropology student, made me decide that Exeter didn’t seem like the right place to study my subject. I don’t know about you, but I feel too young to already be making these steps in life, and all I really want at the moment is to be four again and have the most challenging thing I have to deal with be getting the food from the plate to my mouth with minimal damage. Working relationships and opportunities to foster these. Is that bad? Friendly coworkers. I think the big issue for undergrads in colleges near the Lake is not so much the poo as the tendancy for ducks and geese to be up and skwarking at dawn...... A distinct advantage to the non Lake colleges which may be 5 mins walk to campus.....But then the Sloanes will be braying and bantering drunkenly at dawn at Exeter. Most of our social life took place on campus and with all the different colleges, going to a "bop" at one of the other colleges felt like going out! Close. Quick tips on getting your accommodation sorted, Taking a break or withdrawing from your course. I was also not prepared for the amount of hills (Exeter has a hill on campus aptly named Cardiac Hill). Especially when someone has established that your uni has the highest tree to student ratio of any other campus in the UK. I did hear from some students of the university that there is more than one campus, and that one is quite far from the main part of the university – which may make getting there everyday a bit of a chore. View our Open Days. No sales tax.
Littleham it was the end of the eighties when I went to York so much has probably changed since I was there. York campus is not cut off from town if that is what you meant. This is partly because of the way that feeling valued within one’s minority group appears to promote vigilance to the various forms of discrimination that exist.