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beatleboar
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how can hull be above newcastle? you only need 260 ucas points to get into hull and AAB for newcastle ?
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Surprised to see cambridge ahead so much against oxford.
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Statistics can be misleading and sometimes deliberately distorting, so I would take that list only as a(n) funny(/interesting) fact, maybe?
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:zomg: Look at Royal Holloway in the top10!! Why would that be? London connections??
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Good stuff
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(Original post by beatleboar)
how can hull be above newcastle? you only need 260 ucas points to get into hull and AAB for newcastle ?
Universities set their requirements depending on the demand for the course. Thanks to Hull's reputation as a city (not strong), it affects the overall demand for the courses. Because of that, Hull drop their requirements to ensure they fill all of their places.

None of this has any bearing on the quality of teaching, however, and employers know that.
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Pulled out the Economics data into a one page spreadsheet.
Paulwhly have i ever told you that i'd accept your babies

thanks
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Paulwhly have i ever told you that i'd accept your babies

thanks
Not that I recall.
Is that a firm offer?
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(Original post by Paulwhy)
Not that I recall.
Is that a firm offer?
Becareful, he's the bear.
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(Original post by Paulwhy)
Not that I recall.
Is that a firm offer?
Indeed it is
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Indeed it is
Then I will have to consider it seriously.
Is it feasible?
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(Original post by Paulwhy)
Then I will have to consider it seriously.
Is it feasible?
Anythings possible
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Anythings possible
I like your positive attitude.
But many things are not possible.
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It has to be said - That thread is the most interesting one we've all seen in here for many months.

(Original post by .ACS.)
It's not that low, but in any case, you mustn't forget that it is an average and of course people will be earning above that. (The lowest salary of a Nottingham economics graduate in 2006/2007 was £12,000 I think; so one must take into account the fact that not everyone is driven by salary, and of course the lowest wage will reduce the average wage.)
And their (Nottingham's) highest starting salary for 07/08 was £80,000!
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(Original post by The Magnificent KoloToure)
And their (Nottingham's) highest starting salary for 07/08 was £80,000!
It was for 2006/2007, but otherwise, yes.
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How come so much data is missing from that table of all the subjects??
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How come so much data is missing from that table of all the subjects??
Sorry what do you mean?
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interesting thread.

one guy in the article:
"While it is a lot of money, sometimes I do up to a hundred hours a week, and then the hourly pay works out at less than if I worked at McDonald's".

IB maybe overrated?
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Why is Business Studies better paid than Economics at most of the universities?
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(Original post by danny111)
interesting thread.

one guy in the article:
"While it is a lot of money, sometimes I do up to a hundred hours a week, and then the hourly pay works out at less than if I worked at McDonald's".

IB maybe overrated?
100 is slavery anyways no matter how well paid.
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