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    so here it goes basically im going do a business and marketing degree at uni, and my choices are kent,conventry, nottingham trent and dmu.

    out of my choices the most respectable one by far is kent and was for sure that i would be putting kent down as my firm choices, however though after going to the ucas day and likeing the university very much i forgot about the fact that it wasnt a uni based in a city eg like london or dmu in leicster ect
    now this is were my confusion comes into place i was wondering how important would it be for me to go to the best uni i can personally possible go too to hemlp my furure, as im starting to have a feeling that i would happier some what in a uni based in a city.

    which is most important , one part of me is thinking of putting dmu as my firm but then was wondering since its not as respectable as kent how far would i get by going there n terms of career wise.

    any serious opinions would be gratefull thanks
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    anyone, much help is appreciated
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    kent is best
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    (Original post by Dairy Milk Chocolate)
    kent is best
    why is that
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    (Original post by east)
    why is that
    I've been on the forums for a couple of months now and I have done TONS of research on unis. I've heard of Kent, Coventry and Nottingham but never in my life have I heard of dmu...


    I'd go for Kent. The experience is different but probably just as great.

    Why not visit the open days?
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    (Original post by ferdi.g)
    I've been on the forums for a couple of months now and I have done TONS of research on unis. I've heard of Kent, Coventry and Nottingham but never in my life have I heard of dmu...


    I'd go for Kent. The experience is different but probably just as great.

    Why not visit the open days?
    i have seen kent already
    dmu stands for de montfort which is leicster
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    ive applied for nottingham trent and really like it! my bf also lives in leicster and it's a ok town.
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    (Original post by east)
    i have seen kent already
    dmu stands for de montfort which is leicster
    Ok didn't know that. I have heard of De montfort...
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    (Original post by ferdi.g)
    Ok didn't know that. I have heard of De montfort...
    yeah alot of people didnt know either
 
 
 
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