First Day in UK

When we reached the Heathrow airport last Tuesday, we were being welcomed..



We proceeded to the university and then hopped in the UNO bus..
The UNO bus which operates to and fro the University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield.


Some views of the College Campus of the university..

the main reception


Hutton Building
the students' union


We reached the Telford Court where the undergraduates are staying..

Day 1: 
I followed my girl to settle some stuff and finally I did my most important duty ie paid the tuition fees in full. Got a rebate of 500 pounds but the interest being charged on my credit card was 1.5%.



Comments

  1. a great uni!

    i wish your precious daughter all the best!

    xx
    p.s. love your new template.

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    1. That Welcome poster looks so warm...

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    2. yes, and the first thing that caught my attention was the poster..I have some other familiar posters..

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  3. I miss my university life in the UK now

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    1. yes, should enjoy to the fullest there..

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  4. what do mean there is an interest fee?
    so they add additional cost if you pay in credit card?

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  5. yes most important is pay the tuition fees..

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  6. What a surprise to hear that they offered such a huge rebate! During my time, the students could not enter the classroom if they had not paid the fees! The lecturer would shoo them out as they really mean "business is business!"

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    1. yes, that is nice..at least save some money..

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  7. Not sure my girls can be that lucky to study abroad like your girl in future.

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    1. Anyway, I know I will be a proud mummy for my two girls.

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    2. all mums are usually proud of their kids..

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    3. Even local colleges and universities are also good enough. I was so stupid that local universities would not take me in that time.

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    4. yes, local ones are not bad too..in fact so much cheaper..

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  8. Ohh~~ What a nice university, I mean it looks like what I seen in the TV :D

    No chance for me to study abroad. Hopefully one day my kids will.

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    1. yes, your kids will be there one day..

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    2. Now that the pounds have dropped, it has become more affordable to study. I hope the pounds will drop even lower so that Yvonne and Yannie can send their kids there!

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    3. well, a year overseas is good enough..

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  9. ouch kena interest 1.5% ....but then it's better than paying cash. Safer

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  10. But at least they give rebate. Then it's not that bad la

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    1. can pay by instalment but no rebate then..

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  11. I hope my kids can experienced overseas Uni life.... I enjoyed mine 10 over years ago......they are still fresh in my memories.

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