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    As the title says really....i got conditional offers from all 3 for business management (aston with politics), but im stuck with which 1 i should choose.
    In my head its really between aston and brunel, and i know aston is MUCH higher up and its reputation for business is better but it'll mean relocating to birmingham when i actually wanted 2 stay in london =/, any advice??
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    Aston. I'm there and the business school is extremely good. Birmingham isn't that bad, y'know and Aston is right in the centre, literally 2 minute walk from bullring.
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    yeah, ill be going to an open day in march and im quite sure that i'll make aston my firm.
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    I'd go for Aston
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    Aston.
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    (Original post by Broderss)
    Aston. I'm there and the business school is extremely good. Birmingham isn't that bad, y'know and Aston is right in the centre, literally 2 minute walk from bullring.
    If by 'walk' you mean 'run', and coincidently happen to be an olympic sprinter


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    (Original post by Smtn)
    If by 'walk' you mean 'run', and coincidently happen to be an olympic sprinter


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    I mean if you're not a fat ******* and you walk the quickest route.

    And are you inferring black people run to the bullring faster so they can steal things sooner? :naughty:
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    It's almost a mile between the main building and selfridges. If you can cover that in 2 minutes then you're a world record holder
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    I mean the only way you'll know is when you go to the open days. I had offers for both and decided on Brunel for my own reasons.
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    (Original post by jessyfantastic90)
    I mean the only way you'll know is when you go to the open days. I had offers for both and decided on Brunel for my own reasons.
    "A level 2009
    BBC in psychology,philosophy and ethics and geography"

    those reasons?
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    (Original post by Smtn)
    "A level 2009
    BBC in psychology,philosophy and ethics and geography"

    those reasons?
    no I actually liked the look of Brunel before I got my results. I was predicted higher but got those grades in the summer , I didn't choose it as my firm, I just got an offer.
 
 
 
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