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Which uni to choose?

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31-Mar-2012 12:59 pm

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Lauren Silvester

Lauren Silvester

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3-Apr-2012 6:02 pm

Hello, I'm having the exact same dilemma. Have you had any feedback or replies on this yet, or are you any further with making a decision??? Im from Fareham so both are easy for me to either live or commute. I feel both have a very similar course structure. Surrey's facilities are brilliant but I haven't seen any of southampton's facilities.

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Katie Lancaster

Katie Lancaster

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3-Apr-2012 7:56 pm

Hi, I haven't had any feedback from others yet, but I really like Surrey more than Southampton but Southampton is higher in the league tables! I haven't seen their facilities either. I have a couple of friends who are their and weren't sure about it to start with but love it now.

Let me know how you get on with your decision making.

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Lauren Silvester

Lauren Silvester

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3-Apr-2012 8:00 pm

Looks like were both in the same boat here! I will keep you posted :)) If anything sways your decision, please let me know too as it may help! I'm so so stuck! :)

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Richard Fidoe

Richard Fidoe

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5-Apr-2012 10:15 pm

It's a shame you haven't yet had any replies. It's a hard question to answer myself as I haven't seen any of the universities you have offers at. I'd say it's certainly a good idea to find out about the quality of the courses but you need to make sure you like the uni you've chosen (you'll be there for 3 years after all), have you had chance to speak to students?

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Luci Jane

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28-Mar-2014 5:25 pm

The Monash University Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences is one of Australia's leading medical schools, and offers the broadest range of undergraduate and postgraduate medicine-related programs of any Australian university. It is the largest health care faculty of any Australian university, and is part of the largest university in Australia.

http://www.thecompleteuniversityguide.co.uk/league-tables/rankings?s=nursing

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Mary Kennedy

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16-May-2014 12:13 pm

My sister maria is done nursing course from "University of Southampton" and I think it is the best option for you to do your nursing course, because "University of Southampton" ranks second in table of top nursing universities.

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