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Northeastern University London

Tower Hamlets | London

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UCAS code: N53

Northeastern University London is based in the vibrant heart of London, teeming in a rich history, groundbreaking innovation, and unlimited opportunity. A state-of-the-art campus, interdisciplinary degree programmes, and experiential learning prepare students to make a meaningful impact after graduation by equipping them with highly sought-after skills. 
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Student satisfaction score 83% Low

Number of students

65

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6 comments (1 student)
    • Nowhere better. Building is really nice and cosy as well as super central.

      2018, 3rd year, Philosophy

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    • Great place if you're serious about studying and are genuinely interested in the material, but not into the stress of a hyped Russell Group or another massive institution. NCH is a properly unique university and I've really enjoyed being a student there.

      2018, 3rd year, Philosophy

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    • By the 2nd week of your degree you have an essay due. This helped me to get into the flow of things very quickly. Freshers week is also super fun because you get to know basically everyone, since there's only about 200 students total in the uni.

      2018, 3rd year, Philosophy

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    • NCH is a great place to study because it's quite small and academically oriented. My philosophy lectures had around 5 people, never more than 15, and some as small as 4 (including me). The tutors at NCH are brilliant - they challenge you but support you so that you are constantly improving as a student. The 1-to-1 tutorials are priceless. In this way NCH is probably more demanding than most other unis, but it's a far more chilled place than highly competitive places like Oxbridge, and other Russell Groups. I found my philosophy cohort super supportive and we helped each other a lot throughout our degree. And the well-being support at NCH was very reliable and helpful as well.

      2018, 3rd year, Philosophy

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    • London is London, you know.

      2018, 3rd year, Philosophy

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    • London is our campus. Soho and Covent Garden just out the door. Senate House Library and British Museum 2 minutes away. About 10 different tube lines within a 10 minute walk from college.

      2018, 3rd year, Philosophy

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