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    (Original post by _ashT)
    I received an offer for Bsc economics a couple days ago! I'm both shocked and happy! I was starting to give up on hope after waiting 5 months to hear anything haha.

    For all you waiting, just don't give up hope just yet!


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    I forgot to mention this was from Warwick by the way aha.


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    Just got my BSc Econ offer from Warwick, international student by the way.
    Still considering whether I should stay in Germany or not.
    Warwick vs University of Mannheim vs Goethe University Frankfurt. Do you know these German universities? If so, what are your opinions on these?
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    (Original post by ellenabethx)
    successfully changed my course, I now have an offer for Economics and Business with East European Studies

    Congrats. Can I ask what did you write to them?
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    Guys any advice here! Just got rejected by Ucl but have offers from lse and Warwick. Which shld I choose?


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    (Original post by chloe_ccjy)
    Guys any advice here! Just got rejected by Ucl but have offers from lse and Warwick. Which shld I choose?
    I would choose LSE any day but you should visit both and make your mind up.
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    (Original post by chloe_ccjy)
    Guys any advice here! Just got rejected by Ucl but have offers from lse and Warwick. Which shld I choose?


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    I think I personally would choose Warwick over LSE, only because when I visited LSE for an open day I didn't like the whole vibe (and I've also heard social life isn't the best there :P). But it's up to personal preference they both have a well established rep, so either way you'll be in good hands.


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    (Original post by zzaacc)
    Phew! I wonder if they'll reply by the 31st of March
    I know, or at least give some indication of when we should hear by. LSE kept sending updates every few weeks...
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    (Original post by _ashT)
    I think I personally would choose Warwick over LSE, only because when I visited LSE for an open day I didn't like the whole vibe (and I've also heard social life isn't the best there :P). But it's up to personal preference they both have a well established rep, so either way you'll be in good hands.


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    yup im kinda worried about the social life at lse too, cause to me its not something i'll give up just for prestige.Im an international applicant btw, so I cant go for any open days Any feedback is really useful thank you!(:
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    (Original post by chloe_ccjy)
    yup im kinda worried about the social life at lse too, cause to me its not something i'll give up just for prestige.Im an international applicant btw, so I cant go for any open days Any feedback is really useful thank you!(:
    Warwick isn't exactly known for its massive social scene
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    (Original post by Mike_123)
    Warwick isn't exactly known for its massive social scene
    Well but it has a campus! A very different environment from lse
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    (Original post by chloe_ccjy)
    Well but it has a campus! A very different environment from lse
    Are you firming Warwick ? Me too!


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    Anyone else get a UCL offer without an open day invite? I haven't been yet and they won't answer the phone


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    (Original post by shopoholic)
    Has anyone firmed Lancaster for economics?
    I firmed Lancaster on Friday!
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    (Original post by bettymarge96)
    I firmed Lancaster on Friday!
    Yay! Finally someone who has firmed lancaster for economics which college are you thinking applying for?
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    (Original post by shopoholic)
    Yay! Finally someone who has firmed lancaster for economics which college are you thinking applying for?
    I REALLY like Grizedale, but it's meant to be really hard to get in to because it is small and so many apply. For my second choice I'm thinking bowland/county. What about you?

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    (Original post by bettymarge96)
    I REALLY like Grizedale, but it's meant to be really hard to get in to because it is small and so many apply. For my second choice I'm thinking bowland/county. What about you?

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    I also like the sound of grizedale. I am confused between bowland, county, cartmel, furness and of course grizedale. I would like a quiet atmosphere but also not too quiet so I don't know whether I should discard cartmel. This is so hard
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    (Original post by SUNNYOX)
    Congrats. Can I ask what did you write to them?
    I just said that I had read into the course as I hadn't heard from UCL yet with regards to my Economics application. I said that I found the course extremely interesting, explained why I did and why I would be a good candidate for the degree.

    I applied to change my course on Monday the 10th of March and got rejected on the Friday. But I was able to still be considered by the Econ and Business with east european studies degree because I applied to change before I was rejected.

    In hindsight I think I am better suited to this degree as my interests have changed from September
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    (Original post by ellenabethx)
    I just said that I had read into the course as I hadn't heard from UCL yet with regards to my Economics application. I said that I found the course extremely interesting, explained why I did and why I would be a good candidate for the degree.

    I applied to change my course on Monday the 10th of March and got rejected on the Friday. But I was able to still be considered by the Econ and Business with east european studies degree because I applied to change before I was rejected.

    In hindsight I think I am better suited to this degree as my interests have changed from September
    What a levels do you take?


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    (Original post by shopoholic)
    I also like the sound of grizedale. I am confused between bowland, county, cartmel, furness and of course grizedale. I would like a quiet atmosphere but also not too quiet so I don't know whether I should discard cartmel. This is so hard
    When I went to the open day they said cartmel was 'sleepy', so I discounted it. Like you, I want to work but I also want a good social atmosphere..hence grizedale. Other than cartmel the only other college I discounted was Lonsdale, just a bit too much party (and sooo sporty ahah). I know somebody who went to bowland, she loves it! It's in such a good location :ahee:

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    Finally received a reply from Warwick. A rejection. Though they offered me to be considered for A&F even though I didn't write anything about finance in my PS
 
 
 
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