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David Harris

In my three years I've studied a wide range of modules from warfare, literature, medicine and art. There's a real opportunity to delve into whatever you're interested in. In terms of tuition, the tutors offer a flexible network of support, giving you advice about research and how to write essays. So, there's no pressure to feel worried on arriving at university; everything is taken care of.

In terms of extra-curricular activities, I get heavily involved in latin and ballroom dance, octopush, sub-aqua, diving, jujitsu. University is really what you make of it. If you're interested, I strongly recommend coming to an open day so you can experience what life at university is like.