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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.

    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.

    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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