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Excellent

Dual honours degree, everything on your doorstep a...

Rain, mud, rain and occasionally...snow (but prett...

In 2003 I graduated from Keele with a 2:1 in History and American Studies. I loved it, I hated it, I escaped from it, I got involved with it. It was everything I wanted the university experience to be, and in some ways it fell short. But looking at it a year later, I appreciate it much more, and...

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if it's the English countryside you're looking for...

if it's a urban haven you're looking for...you sur...

Three generations of my family (including myself) have attended Keele University......to be honest though, seeing as we all lived in the Newcastle-under-Lyme and Crewe areas it was probably due more to convience than real longing. I'm currently a third year studying Psychology and Sociology, and...

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Choice of courses, campus in summer

Eeek, mud

First of all let me set out my qualifications to comment: 2:1 BSc(hons) in Astrophysics and Human Resource Management. Yes, yes, I know its funny. The structure of their undergraduate courses is 'dual degree'. This means that you do two half degrees in your choice of subjects (timetable...

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Excellent

“All round good education.”

published 10/08/2001

Choice of courses. Self contained campus life.

Not for those who like city life.

As soon as you arrive at Keele you will understand why I enjoyed the three years of my life I spent there. It is set in it's own beautiful grounds and everything you need is within easy reach. I had no problem with getting accomodation on campus and the halls of residence were convenient for...

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Excellent

“SQUIRRELS AND MUD!! ACE”

published 21/12/2006

Dual Honours, Accommodation, Campus life, Union, C...

Mud!

Keele University is suprisingly low ranking in the 50s! It has a huge range of courses, where you can do dual honours degrees - 2 degrees in one!! You can also have a foundation year if you dont think you are quite ready for your degree. In first year you also do CSPs in a range of whatever you...

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Good

“Out of no where”

published 14/07/2000

pretty, campus atmosphere,

far from everything, transport needed

I had several friends who went to Keele University and visited them regularly, at weekends. When I first got there I was immediately struck by the contrast of coming from a city university like Liverpool. There is greenery everywhere and if you like sheep then you should consider Keele. It has...

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Excellent

“Memorable”

published 12/07/2000

dual honours degree, graduation in the grounds of ...

very cold, wet weather and pompous conference gues...

Keele University is set in over 500 acres of stunning scenery and contrasting buildings. It is very easily accessible; 10 minutes from junction 15 of the M6. It has a regular, reliable bus service and a major train station 30 minute bus ride away. On the top of a hill, it is isolated but that is...

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Excellent

“A great place to study!”

published 18/07/2000

Beautifil setting, helpful staff, good choice of c...

a little isolated

Keele is one of the oldest of this century's universities. It is set in beautiful grounds in North Staffordshire, a self-contained campus. Most students live on campus, and now students can have campus accommocation for all three years of their degrees if they want. Almost all degree programmes...

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“Keele Life and Basics”

published 06/07/2000

The wonderful people, combination degrees and out ...

the weather and the odd soggy chips

Keele University is set in the county of Staffordshire on a little hill near Newcastle-Under-Lyme and spans 500 acres. A tight community of students with an excellent student union and great entertainments team. Keele Uni. is one university which allows you to do a dual honours degree, so you get...

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Good

“keele University Opinion”

published 17/09/2000

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low rating university

Keele University is a must if you're an outdoor lover. If you want to escape urban life in Manchester or London, then this is the university for you. Keele is probably just about the most rural university you will find in the UK. However, there are two points to bear it mind. One: Keele is near...

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