(Original post by mic599wil)
hello i am mic599wil,
In Student room insurance coverage is therefore frequently overlooked like a non-essential cost. This is often a large mistake.
On arrival at college nearly all students will transfer to halls of residence. Recently the conventional of peace of mind in these halls has elevated. However students still face a danger for their possessions being stolen. The life-style of the student hall implies that at the start of the word it is simple for any stranger to gain access to the halls and mingle along with other students. As everybody is really a stranger, one extra goes undetected.
"Probably the most superficial student of Roman history should be struck through the remarkable degree where the fortunes from the republic were impacted by the existence of people from other countries, under different names, on her behalf soil."
To be honest, I'd rather look at departmental and course rankings if any, rather than waste my time with entire university statistics. Like others have said, there's no point trying to get into a high ranked uni for something that its not good at compared to lower ranked ones, and even still, rankings alone are not something to go by.
(Original post by IcedTea&PotNoodle)
IMO: (Starting with highest)
University of Bath
University of Surrey
University of Leicester
Queen Mary, University of London
Royal Holloway, University of London
School of Oriental and African Studies
University of Sussex
Birkbeck, University of London
University of East Anglia
University of Essex
Goldsmiths, University of London
University of Reading
Institute of Education, University of London
Essex higher than Reading, are you having a laugh?