I see Durham and Bristol as equivalent (I applied for both), both have a slight edge on York, although York is still an excellent choice and has one of the best institutes for Health Economics in the country.(Original post by YhA_kaede)
Same question for me last month and I chose to apply for Durham n Bristol, but not York.
I am not sure if Durham or Bristol is better but they both seem better than York from the view of international student(ok, I mean Hong Kong)
"May I ask if u mean u can do module from the Msc course? Would u mind to tell me abit more abt it as it seems not an usual case for an BA to study any Msc module, many thanks for any details.
PS: May I ask if there is any specific A-level requirement for any modules especially those more quantitative one?"
Yes, in your third year you can chose to do Advanced Microeconomics and/or Advanced Macroeconomics, both are core MSc modules that undergrad finalists can do if they wish. There are about 10-15 undergrads taking Advanced Micro this year, I believe, and about double that number doing Advanced Macro. It's a tough course, as you would expect, but it's taught exceptionally well, and it's very interesting!
And no, there are no extra A level requirements for any modules, although second and third year modules may be contingent on passing certain modules from the previous year.
... and the ones that won't