Yeah, I've heard about how UEA is leading in the field; but how useful is that for an undergraduate? Then again, it can possibly be very beneficial to be taught by lecturers who are at the top of their game.
I'm looking through the modules right now. UEA seems to delve in to so many topics, giving the option of specializing in so many fields, while Newcastle are very versatile with their set modules, and throws in some economic and legal perspectives to your degree as well. It confuses me which one would be more useful in the job market (obviously the enjoyment of studying environmental science will be amazing in both universities but I do need something to set them apart)
So nightlife in Newcastle > nightlife in UEA (is that pretty much given??). What are the students like? Is there an abundance of snobs and/or chavs in either?
Norwich and Newcastle are more or less both enjoyable cities, I presume. Any advantage to living in either one of them, such as price, shopping, food, etc?
EDIT: Then there's the difference between a Russell group university and one that isn't. Is that even something to consider?
Sorry if I'm asking too many questions!
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