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Education / Teacher Training, Year 2
Journalism, Year 2
The library is really good and was close to my accommodation. You just scan your university ID to get in and if you forget it you can sign in. The library usually has empty seats unless it’s exam time then it does get pretty busy. The library has all the books you need and it’s really easy to find them on the online library section of the website. The SU ish shares with Univeristy of Liverpool and Liverpool Hope which is good as it gives you a chance to meet new people and the beers are cheap!
I chose my course in particular because I really don’t enjoy exams so I chose a more vocational course. The course is great because the university has all of the best wquipment and covers all aspects of journalism such as Broadcast, magazine and online journalism.
Liverpool is hands down my favourite city. The people are super friendly and I felt welcomed right away. The accommodation is all close to town and the univeristy itself is one alking distance from most accommodation. Nightlife is super cheap and always busy everyday of the week!
If you are a shy person unwilling to come out of your comfort zone then this course probably isn’t for you! The first week we had to go out in the city and get ‘vox pops’ (street surveys) this was daunting at first as you do get a lot of rejection but it is something you quickly get used to! The workload is bareable but it makes it a lot easier to work as you go along rather than waiting for the deadline to start (learnt this the hard way). All the lecturers are super understanding so make sure to ASK QUESTIONS if you are unsure and don’t be embarrassed to speak up in lectures!