I spent three years studying English Literature at Cheltenham, and they were a very happy three years. The College offers a range of degrees - arts, humanities, social sciences and teaching. There are three campus sites around the town - two quite modern buildings and one that looks as though it might have escaped from Cambridge! The techning standard is very high and the facilities are good - there's lots of clubs and societies to join and the Summer ball is held at Cheltenham Racecourse - a real plus. You can mix your subjects a fair bit, picking up modules from other areas - I did women's studies, religious studies and psychology modules as well as my main course. There's good computer facilities and the work prospects for graduates aren't bad. Cheltenham is quite an expensive place to live, but nearby Gloucester is a lot cheaper. There's good rail access and its not far from the motorway. The Town is lovely - lots of Regency buildings and good shopping. Plenty of pubs and nightclubs as well. It's a smaller town rather than a big city, and it has good atmosphere - its not the place for student who just want to party though. I would recomend it, and i thought the English course was great.