A very interesting list of things to consider when choosing a university; I’m sure this pretty much applies to anywhere around the world. But in my opinion, I’d like to add another one – facilities/support for students with disabilities. This is important especially if you’re like me and have some form of disability – make sure that the place you’re trying to apply to is able to support you, I.E the place have dedicated staff that work with disabled students and that they’re able to convert class materials into formats that you can access in a timely manor.
University is a costly investment, so you want to make the right choice when it comes to choosing the place that you’ll be spending a significant proportion of your time at! Much is made of the process of choosing a university – people pour over league tables proclaiming what university is best for subject, discuss the Russell Group or 1994 group at great length and check up on how the subject they want to study is taught at different universities. However, certain factors, that turn out to be important once you’re studying at university, are often forgotten about. Here are five things that you might not have thought to consider when you’re thinking about what uni to attend:
1) Does it have good transport links?
When you’re choosing a university, look into how easy it is to get from where you’d be living to home. Would you easily…
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