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Uni's far from home
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henroo
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Uni's far from home
henroo
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Uni's far from home

i've been looking at unis that do my course, and the one i like which im most likely to get into is at the other end of the country...i really need to be able to get home when needed (family reasons) and i was just wondering how feasable it would be? is it v expensive? ie £80 train return and 6ish hr journey...what do people think? should i forget about it?

ozy-q
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Joined: 07/05/2007 - 18:22
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a 6 hour journey is way too long u'll kill urself lol
i think in ur case u shuld settle for 2nd best

henroo
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haha yea i think you're right!! wise advice! :)

susie_penguins
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Joined: 08/06/2007 - 17:00
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hi

hi! so wat uni's u been lookin at?
n wat courses u wanna do?

henroo
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well i want to do anthropology
and the best course i have seen is with archaeology which fascinates me ever since i saw this documentary on the incas. durham seems most feasable as its BBB even tho im more AAB but i dont want to go to bristol which is nearest to me.

Rachel_sunshine_heed
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Joined: 08/06/2007 - 23:24
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You really seem to know your path for uni =]
Erm wouldnt a student card give u discounts for travel?

henroo
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haha yea but i do keep changing my mind!
thanks, i forgot about student cards! gotta love discounts!! :o)

McLean
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Joined: 14/03/2007 - 11:08
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if you're thinking of going to durham then i reckon it would be worth seeing it first, your going to spend the 3 years of your life there and spend more then £80 lol