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    On [removed link] you can compare things like drinks prices, average debt, sports clubs and societies as well as all the course stuff like staff:student ratio and flunk rates.
    Personally I don't think it should come down to reputation either way, what worked for others may not be right for you...take into consideration whatever factors matter to you.
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    To be honest whichever university you go to theres going to be a good social life, tens of thousands of students in like a few square miles, you cant go far wrong, im hoping to go to liverpool to do civil though and am looking forward to a fair few crazy nights which i think liverpool can guarantee.
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    With your sort of 'average' grades, you're a little too pre-occupied by university reputation/prestige. Choose whichever one you are interested in, according to location, course content [modules] etc. Besides, CS graduates are very employable (check out the % prospects for CS grads on university guides).
 
 
 
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