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    (Original post by pat.bateman)
    Sooner the better I can't deny that living in London looks really appealing
    Sure does (bar the expense):awesome:

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    (Original post by sr234)
    Sure does (bar the expense):awesome:

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    I might have to get a real job
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    (Original post by alllisx)
    Finally received all my offers (conditional) any suggestions on what to firm/insurance?
    LSE, UCL, Warwick, Nottingham, Edinburgh (all for straight Econ)
    Thanks in advance!!! really appreciate it (i'm an international student by the way)
    Which did u just hear from?

    Firm LSE insure edinburgh
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    (Original post by pat.bateman)
    I might have to get a real job
    Ah I think i'm just going to rely on student loans

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    (Original post by sr234)
    Ah I think i'm just going to rely on student loans

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    You reckon that'll be enough???
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    (Original post by pat.bateman)
    You reckon that'll be enough???
    Probably not tbh:cry:
    Lots of people get away with just relying on loans whilst studying in London so we should be fine, just need to economize I guess
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    (Original post by sr234)
    Ah I think i'm just going to rely on student loans

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    You'll probably need that and your whole bank overdraft to live in London lol

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    (Original post by alllisx)
    Finally received all my offers (conditional) any suggestions on what to firm/insurance?
    LSE, UCL, Warwick, Nottingham, Edinburgh (all for straight Econ)
    Thanks in advance!!! really appreciate it (i'm an international student by the way)
    If you're confident getting an A*, firm LSE insure Warwick
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    (Original post by ndhala)
    Which did u just hear from?

    Firm LSE insure edinburgh
    I just heard from LSE!!
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    (Original post by alllisx)
    Finally received all my offers (conditional) any suggestions on what to firm/insurance?
    LSE, UCL, Warwick, Nottingham, Edinburgh (all for straight Econ)
    Thanks in advance!!! really appreciate it (i'm an international student by the way)
    firm lse, insurance ucl. That's what I did
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    I'm undecided between Bath and Durham for Economics. Offers are identical (A*AA). Which one is better????
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    (Original post by Economics96)
    I'm undecided between Bath and Durham for Economics. Offers are identical (A*AA). Which one is better????
    I feel like Durham has a far better reputation, and is lovely never been to Bath though
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    (Original post by Economics96)
    I'm undecided between Bath and Durham for Economics. Offers are identical (A*AA). Which one is better????
    I think bath's course is meant to be more mathematical than Durham's

    If I was you I'd look at all compulsory and optional modules offered by the two universities and then see what fits you best 😊

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    (Original post by NinjaPandaa)
    I think bath's course is meant to be more mathematical than Durham's

    If I was you I'd look at all compulsory and optional modules offered by the two universities and then see what fits you best ������

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    Thanks alot, I appreciate the advice. Hope you get the grades for Cambridge
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    (Original post by fredhovis)
    Thanks for the advice! Only thing putting me off Industrial Economics at Nottingham is that it's not on the main campus (Jubilee Campus)... don't know what difference that will make when I'm there, does anyone know much about it?
    I used to live in Nottingham and went to the uni a lot as my dad worked there, the campuses are close and there are buses all the time, and both campuses are lovely so don't worry about that


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    (Original post by Economics96)
    I'm undecided between Bath and Durham for Economics. Offers are identical (A*AA). Which one is better????
    Not much to choose between them in terms of job prospects, so have a look at modules (but it's hard to know what you will like before you start uni as I found) so I'd think of which place you'd rather live


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    (Original post by Economics96)
    I'm undecided between Bath and Durham for Economics. Offers are identical (A*AA). Which one is better????
    I'm in the same position as you. I'm currently thinking of firming bath due mainly to the industrial placement year and, as has been stated, it seems more maths focused as its a BSc rather than a BA. I'm going to the Durham open day on Tuesday though so it could still win me over
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    (Original post by Flather)
    I feel like Durham has a far better reputation, and is lovely never been to Bath though
    From what I've read Durham sounds more 'prestigious' but Bath also has the work placement year. Hhmmm
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    (Original post by LFR)
    Not much to choose between them in terms of job prospects, so have a look at modules (but it's hard to know what you will like before you start uni as I found) so I'd think of which place you'd rather live


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    Hadn't thought of looking at the modules, thanks
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    (Original post by louisjones)
    I'm in the same position as you. I'm currently thinking of firming bath due mainly to the industrial placement year and, as has been stated, it seems more maths focused as its a BSc rather than a BA. I'm going to the Durham open day on Tuesday though so it could still win me over
    Hahaha im thinking of firming Durham purely because it has less maths. Yeh I guess the open day will be a big factor for me as well.
 
 
 
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