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    what would you do....

    Media/film studies at oxbridge (or other fail subject, eg. women studies...yes it exists..http://search.ucas.com/cgi-bin/hsrun...UDIES&single=N)

    or....

    something like chemistry at an ok (ranked...40-60) university (or other amazing subject)
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    (Original post by infernalcradle)
    what would you do....

    Media/film studies at oxbridge (or other fail subject, eg. women studies...yes it exists..http://search.ucas.com/cgi-bin/hsrun...UDIES&single=N)

    or....

    something like chemistry at an ok (ranked...40-60) university (or other amazing subject)
    Why are you asking? :p:
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    Chemistry at an OK university > Film/Media studies at Oxbridge.
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    clearly the latter, as i doubt that the job prospects from such subjects are great
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    (Original post by Butterflyleg)
    Why are you asking? :p:
    Just something that came to me....think of it as an epiphany :p:

    Wondering if the prestige of oxbridge is so great that if they did offer media or whatever that people would flock to do it...
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    (Original post by infernalcradle)
    Just something that came to me....think of it as an epiphany :p:

    Wondering if the prestige of oxbridge is so great that if they did offer media or whatever that people would flock to do it...
    I think Oxbridge is always better than for example Greenwich, Teesside, Wolverhampton etc., so most of them would probably go for it And also you have a chance to get better job if you graduate from Oxbridge.
 
 
 
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