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    Which is better for law Birmingham or Warwick?
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    From what i've gathered Warwick, by quite a long shot.
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    Warwick
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    I think Warwick is better
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    Definitely Warwick!
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    Generally Warwick although Birmingham law school has a good reputation and Warwick is slightly dead in terms of a good city :p:
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    birmingham
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    Warwick for studying, Birmingham for partying. You can make your mind up based on those two facts alone :yes:
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    Warwick.
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    (Original post by jpatel10)
    Warwick for studying, Birmingham for partying. You can make your mind up based on those two facts alone :yes:
    Better career prospects or 3 years better partying :holmes:

    It's not as if Warwick is dead :tumble: and you can train to B'ham anyway if you want to on the weekend.
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    According to league tables, Warwick.

    I've not visited Warwick, but I did visit Birmingham. I didn't like it, for some reason. Couldn't put my finger on why... on the other hand a friend visited the same day and loved it there. Each to their own I guess.
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    Warwick has slightly better career prospects or should I say prestige. But in terms of nightlife and local area will probably be DEAD compared to brum especially in years 2 and 3. Apparently the uni is just in the middle of a field
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    (Original post by Tha_Black_Shinobi)
    Warwick has slightly better career prospects or should I say prestige. But in terms of nightlife and local area will probably be DEAD compared to brum especially in years 2 and 3. Apparently the uni is just in the middle of a field
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    Idiot. Its 2.5 miles from the centre of Coventry.

    Anyway, Warwick is academically much better, but Birmingham has a better nightlife. Look round both and see what you think. Warwick doesnt suit everybody, but neither does Brum. Alot of people I know wouldnt chose warwick again if they went back 3 years though.
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    Both have great prospects, so choose either because of more personal preferences.
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    (Original post by Tha_Black_Shinobi)
    Warwick has slightly better career prospects or should I say prestige. But in terms of nightlife and local area will probably be DEAD compared to brum especially in years 2 and 3. Apparently the uni is just in the middle of a field
    It is a field lol.

    It's basically a big patch of grass.
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    Warwick. Easily.
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    Warwick.

    Not that I'm biased. At all.
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    Well, according to Times, Birmingham is 7th and Warwick is 22.Don`t u think the gap is just too big ?
    According the Guardian, though , Warwick is 7th and Birmingham 8th.. but I just cant trust a ranking, according to which, Strathclyde has better career prospects (83%) than Cambridge (80%)
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    (Original post by Riderz)
    :rolleyes:

    Idiot. Its 2.5 miles from the centre of Coventry.

    Anyway, Warwick is academically much better, but Birmingham has a better nightlife. Look round both and see what you think. Warwick doesnt suit everybody, but neither does Brum. Alot of people I know wouldnt chose warwick again if they went back 3 years though.
    skeen. 2.5 miles from the centre of Coventry is still DEAD in my opinion. Compared to Birmingham or London especially its like a market town
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    lmfao coventry.
    just lmfao.
 
 
 
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