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Vjkk Vjkf

does anybody go to birmingham city university the former UCE ?

if so, what is it like? is it supposed to be good as in reputation wise?

and what can be said about the sangat there?

Thanks in advance.

Vjkk Vjkf

We don't want any smelly coventry peeps coming over here! So where u coming from? LOL

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vjkk vjkf

i go there :)

its ok, has a good rep and sanagat wise is ok aswell. it would be great to see more gursikh faces tho :) PLEASEE COME!! LOOL

what are u thinkin of studying?

come to an open day or i can show u around :)

vjkk vjkf

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bcu doesnt exactly have the best reputation amongst employers, however, this is not to say that you will not do well for yourself. i know people who have been to bcu, bedfordshire, wolves etc but are comfortable financially. if you like the course and you think the university is ok, then i would say go for it. the sikh society is decent, and the other universities (birmingham, aston, wolves) are usually holding events so there will always be something going on. getting a degree and earning an honest living is the most important thing. no need for snobbery people :p:) let us know how it goes.

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Not sure about BCU

but down the road is University of birmingham which is a redbrick university and there is good sangat here. not just that but there are very few if any punks and rudeboys. It's got an excellent rep with companies too so you'lll find getting a job is no prob. On the other hand, there arent that many apnay in comparison with goray (which is a good thing). the campus itself is amazinggggggg!!

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I'm not sure about BCU, but I think if you want to find out if a university is good or not, best place to look is at league tables. Also, it depends on which subject you want to study as different uni's are known to be good in different areas.

Aston is a good uni and it has a lot of sangat, so you wouldn't have to worry about that. I go to University of Birmingham and we have a good sikh society, usually hold events every week. We also hold events with BCU and Aston, and there is a lot of sangat around, but like someone has said in a previous post, there's more Indians at aston and BCU than birmingham uni. I think you should visit the unis on open days and see which one suits u the most :) hope tht helps.

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