BURRRRRRGMANNNNNNNNNNNNNNN!! haha classic,Nice work I'm sure many potential ANU students will appreciate this. I can offer extra feedback on UniLodge if needed.
Oh well its probs not for me then haha, can you inform me what bruce is like? is it true there full of nerds like maud said -.- hahaBurgmann is definitely the Arts/Law college - if you're not interested in politics I'm not sure how you'll cope there (will you even pass interview? ) If you want a catered college I'd recommend Ursies or Bruce instead. (disclaimer: I'm biased towards my own college, obviously...)
Do you know any colleges which would be for like normal kids ? haha those who enjoy sport and also study and can get along with like anyone? Yeah i am seriously considering living at ANU it would be fine for me as im boarding in ssydney haha so living away from home shouldnt be different.Everyone I know at Bruce is pretty nerdy. I was told by my former Head of Hall that Bruce and Ursies generally have the highest overall averages of the residences at ANU. If it's anything like Ursies, it'll be fairly nerdy - although that doesn't mean the not-so-nerdy don't fit in, unless you expect a drinking and sports culture.
Living in college is great, you get to meet all sorts of new people - and most importantly for me, you don't have to cook.
cheers, thanks for the info hahaNormal people don't go to ANU, they stay in Sydney, right?
I'd say you'd get on alright at any of the ANU halls (i.e. not Burgmann/Johns/UniLodge). I'm pretty sure all the residences except UniLodge and the postgrad/mature age wings have single rooms. Open Day dates should be up on the website at some point, I know they like to schedule it on the same day as the Sydney open days, so you might want to come down separately and organise your own tours and meetings instead.
Postgrad/mature age wings do, and UniLodge, but otherwise you have communal kitchens in B&G/Fenner.Hey guys,
this might be a really stupid question
but firstly, do any of the rooms have mini kitchen things going on? or is all cooking and sinks within the Kitchen?
Well... Burgmann's the law college, not sure if there's a particular college with a high concentration of Psych students. Psych/Law is a fairly small program, I know probably two people who are doing/have done it.And secondly, what college is for the psychology/laws people?
Ursies.Basically.. what's the best one to be at