go with your heart will. But think,
Will you be happy in yourself at oxford.
if you go to lancaster will you always wonder what if you went to oxford.
omg go to oxford, i wish i had a chance of going there. you are the envy of many students!
I was in similar position, and turned down Culture at UAL to do what i REALLY wanted to do (Art and Design) My advice would be to do what feels right and what you think will make you happiest. The length of your degree is a long time to be unhappy and thinking you've made the wrong choice. Good luck!
Go for Lancaster. Am not sure what the party scene is like in Lancaster, but Oxford doesn't have that much of a party scene and apparently the work ethic at Oxford is intense.
Go to Oxford if you enjoy the company of public school elitist rah's. And if you want better employment prospects.
And about the party scene, go to Oceana in Nottingham and you'll know what I mean.
Don't go to Lancaster...when we went to go visit it, they had spelt 'welcome' wrong, on the sign as you drive it!
Also it's pretty isolated and I've been to both Oxford and Lancaster town centres and Lancaster is pretty grim. The only positives are the sandwhich bar my dad used to own (which does gorgeous pasta bake and jacket potatoes) and the sweet stall of the market.
Not to insult Lancaster-i don't know much about it-says a lot as i've done a lot of research into unis BUT If it was Oxford and say one of the better known redbricks/ a top london uni etc-then i would see your difficulty.
Whatever you do just don't regret your decision; uni is supposed to be some of the best years of your life-but at the end of the day you go there to give yourself the best chance in life at a successful career-oxford will definitely do that for you-provided you come out with a 2:1 of course.
Oxford would be a great opportunity
I'd go to Oxford...
I mean, Lancaster OWNS, but Oxford is OXFORD lol