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This table is a load of crap. Apparently someone doing my subject at Brunel is earning £4,000 more than someone at Cambridge, despite Brunel not even offering said degree :rolleyes:
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I'm doing a design subject, so I'm screwed.
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(Original post by Earsnot)
haha i thought that as well..
Economics and Management,
Engineering, Economics and Management
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2nd. Comp Sci at Bath. Can't see me earning £29k for a little while though.
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(Original post by RBarack)
Economics and Management,
Engineering, Economics and Management
That doesn't seem likely as there is an entry for Oxford in the economics worksheet, which would be a better place to cover E&M and EEM. Let's face it, this is a poorly conceived publication.
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Get in I'll be the best-paid bin man there is!
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How can that be?!-Westminster is so high for english & languages, this can't be so!
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(Original post by shel_b_ann)
How can that be?!-Westminster is so high for english & languages, this can't be so!
Because it's in London.
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Magnanimity
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That spreadsheet is utter nonsense.
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Where is it on the HESA website?
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(Original post by Dragonkiller)
Because it's in London.
Ah, didn't think about that :cool:
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The link posted is a whole load of crap.
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where is the spreadsheet on the HESA website?
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Given that the University of Oxford doesn't have a degree in business studies, I'd treat that source with a degree of caution.
That's what I was thinking. I knew I should have picked economics and been miserable but rich all my life.
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I don't see why History and Philosophy are put together.
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Does anyone know the link for this data on the HESA website?

What is somewhat funny, though, is how this thread has become almost like league table threads - if you like what it says, it's true, if you don't like what it says, it has to be a load of rubbish. :laugh:
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(Original post by samiz20891)
Where is it on the HESA website?
(Original post by .ACS.)
Does anyone know the link for this data on the HESA website?
Sadly it's not. Such information requests cost money. The Times paid for this information from the HESA.
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Totally wish i'd chosen the University of Portsmouth for Civil Engineering instead.
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the thing is, there are so many variables when coming to getting a graduate job that the tables do not take in, e.g. regional variations on salaries, individual merits, etc. so personally, i'm just taking this as a rough guide, the vast majority for each subject don't vary much from one to another anyway
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£22,362 :yep:
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