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    which is better and is there that much difference between the two in terms of graduate employment?
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    go here

    http://extras.timesonline.co.uk/tol_...x=8&y=5&sub=22
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    York easily
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    (Original post by oashish)
    which is better and is there that much difference between the two in terms of graduate employment?
    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/showthread.php?t=900865
    this table is more realistic compared to the one posted above it also shows the average earnings for the graduates.

    Based on that i reckon york has the better eco department :cool:
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    both are very good universities as you probably already know. Looking at league tables doesn't really mean anything. have you applied for BSc Economics at Manchester? It matters more about your degree quality to be perfectly honest. Also, i dont think you want to live in a place for 3 years if you hate the place. Ask your teachers as well. They will probably just end up repeating what i have just said. Good luck! =]
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    York. The better university overall and the better economics department. Manchester, however, has the much better social life.
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    The amount of maths at York is crazy. I'm not great at maths, so i'd say manca. But if maths is your thing, then york 100%
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    (Original post by oashish)
    which is better and is there that much difference between the two in terms of graduate employment?
    Visit Both.
    But York has a higher reputation for economics.
    So that would be my suggestion.

    (Original post by tknight7)
    The amount of maths at York is crazy. I'm not great at maths, so i'd say manca. But if maths is your thing, then york 100%
    I would not say that York is that mathematical in absolute or compared with the top unis. But I would agree that Manchester is less mathematical.
 
 
 
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