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    Hello

    Just wondering if anyone is in similar situation to me.

    Currently have offers for

    Bristol: Economics and public policy
    Bath: Economics
    Warwick: Economics
    UCL: Economic Policy
    and Leicester: Economics

    I would like some advice on which to choose. The obvious choices are UCL and Warwick but I am from Leeds (not sure about London) and have a limited budget so these two are really pushing my budget. Although I am very grateful for the offers.

    I am tempted by Bath or Bristol because they have the best balance of uni and price but would like to hear what other people think? Will I be really losing out if I did not go to either Warwick or UCL?

    thanks
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    London is awfully expensive for a student....but then if you're graduating from UCL as a econ grad, then those money issues will soon be a thing of the past.

    Its better to suffer 'more' now, so you suffer much 'less' in the future.

    (in other words, its worth the 'opportunity cost')
 
 
 
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