Ucas code: M20
very easy to manage costs. there are a whole range of shops on campus to choose from and you can live a cheap studenty life or...
very easy to manage costs. there are a whole range of shops on campus to choose from and you can live a cheap studenty life or live a posh extravagant life both are possible just up to you to use money wisely. transport is wonderful, no excuse for being late for anything unless its because of an accident. job opportunity is vast. very easy to find work. i wish the drinking culture wouldnt be so big though, i think manchester takes it a bit too far. if anything should be more expensive, it is alcohol- so we wont be able to afford it×
Compared to a lot of places transport costs are fairly minimal, a year long bus pass that covers most of the buses you will...
Compared to a lot of places transport costs are fairly minimal, a year long bus pass that covers most of the buses you will need to take is about 150 for the year, this changes every year though -http://www.buymyunirider.com/. This isn't the case when you get to your clinical years in medicine as the trams and other bus companies that you need to use to get to the hospitals are extortionate! In terms of managing finances there are a lot of scholarships/bursaries available to students who need them, they are usually grade + income dependent but definitely worth asking about. I personally haven't had a job whilst at uni but there are lots of jobs available if you want one.×
Many local food markets around accommodation and university. Huge variety of restaurants to choose.Report
Lots of work good quality teaching. Good facilities and supportReport
I wouldn't recommend buying lunch in the cafeterias every day. The costs will soon mount up and you'll wish you had that extra...
I wouldn't recommend buying lunch in the cafeterias every day. The costs will soon mount up and you'll wish you had that extra few pounds to spend on your social life. Take a packed lunch, you can still find social areas to accommodate you.×
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