Het universiteit was belachelijk commercieel en ik weet nu dat dit manier niet bij mij persoonlijkheid goed aansluit.
As Selah rightly said, this was 'my' university and not a sweeping statement of my opinion of Universities in general. This comment led to the misunderstanding I think from looking at past posts. Perhaps it was a linguistic mistake due to translation - in English, if one has already referred to the object in the sentence, then you can use a definite article in any following sentence ('the') as it is - to English readers clear as to what is being referred to.
Additionally, however my comment has been perceived - Law is my second Honours degree, my first one was at King's and was a totally different experience. Not commercial at all. Either way, my opinion is my opinion and I shouldn't have to justify it. Nor should Tinus. I also, throughout the whole thread, made it clear that I respect difference of opinion.
I hope that clears things up a bit. Thanks for posting all. I'm not on here to argue.