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Rhys

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Course studied: BA (Hons) Sociology and Politics

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I like the politics side of the course the most, particularly the political theory and application of that knowledge on society.

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“I chose to study at Nottingham Trent University (NTU) as the module choices for the BA (Hons) Sociology and Politics course looked impressive and really interesting, there was also nothing like it anywhere else. I was also attracted to the course because of NTU which seemed like an great place to study.

“The course has certainly not let me down and I am thoroughly enjoying it. I like the politics side of the course the most, particularly the political theory and application of that knowledge on society. I also love the fact that the degree challenges me to criticise the world around me, that’s what I suppose I like best.

“University life is amazing! Nottingham for me particularly adds to the experience as it is such a great city. There is a modern shopping centre and a wealth of bars and clubs which just make it a place with loads to do. There are also cheap transport links to the City Centre and to other nearby attractions such as Derby, which has an amazing countryside.

“I would really recommend NTU, student life and Nottingham City. So my only advice to prospective students would be get your applications in!”

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