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  • City of Glasgow College JANUARY 2021 INTAKE

    Hello I am hopefully commencing my Clyde Marine Cadetship at city of Glasgow college in Jan. Would love to know of anyone else starting in Jan or currently studies there.

    Also Anyone Northern Irish

    Many Thanks Euan

  • #2
    Hey there Euan,
    I am also from Northern Ireland and I am going to be doing a cadetship in Engineering

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    • #3
      Hi there,

      I'm from Cornwall and am starting a deck cadetship jan 2021 with Chiltern. Has anyone at the uni got a car? I was planning to drive up from Cornwall but am struggling to find parking and any advice would be welcome. I?m being offered Riverside accommodation - I think St Luke?s & it?s parking are full . . .

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Izzypudd View Post
        Hi there,

        I'm from Cornwall and am starting a deck cadetship jan 2021 with Chiltern. Has anyone at the uni got a car? I was planning to drive up from Cornwall but am struggling to find parking and any advice would be welcome. I?m being offered Riverside accommodation - I think St Luke?s & it?s parking are full . . .
        When I was at an open day, I was told to not worry about bringing my own car and it's in the city centre of a big city and is 5-10 minute walk from the shopping centre

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Izzypudd View Post
          Hi there,

          I'm from Cornwall and am starting a deck cadetship jan 2021 with Chiltern. Has anyone at the uni got a car? I was planning to drive up from Cornwall but am struggling to find parking and any advice would be welcome. I?m being offered Riverside accommodation - I think St Luke?s & it?s parking are full . . .
          I'm at Glasgow at the moment and a few of the guys have a car which they park a few streets away which seems to work for them. As Adders said you don't need a car since your right in the city, however if you want to get out and explore Scotland then it will certainly help having a car. However it is a long bleddy way to drive, have you thought about flying from Newquay and changing at Heathrow, only takes about 4-5 hours with a bit of a wait at Heathrow but far quicker and cheaper than driving or catching the train, normally between 100-120 return.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Izzypudd View Post
            Hi there,

            I'm from Cornwall and am starting a deck cadetship jan 2021 with Chiltern. Has anyone at the uni got a car? I was planning to drive up from Cornwall but am struggling to find parking and any advice would be welcome. I?m being offered Riverside accommodation - I think St Luke?s & it?s parking are full . . .
            There is a street right beside the college called Florence street with free parking but its limited spaces at peak times. I travelled from NI to glasgow in september, filled up in NI and didnt need to put any more petrol in my car til I drove home for Christmas. Theres next to no need for a car at college other than getting to and from. But if you're from cornwall, it will be easier to fly.

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            • #7
              I am currently Phase 3 deck cadet at Glasgow so if you have any questions, feel free to send me a message.
              Phase 3 Deck Cadet // Glasgow

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