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Student reviews for youth studies in the UK

Betina Mihai
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Studied Youth Studies at Liverpool Hope University
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Lecturers are very helpful. I was happy to have all my questions answered whenever I needed help. The workload is manageable, and there is always guidance given which makes it much easier to handle.

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