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oxford, cambs, bristol, durham, warwick, UCL, KCL, LSE, Nottingham, Manchester, Leicester, exeter, etc?
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oxford, cambs, bristol, durham, warwick, UCL, KCL, LSE, Nottingham, Manchester, Leicester, exeter, etc?
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i'd have to say one from Oxford, Cambridge or LSE. (UCL, Bristol and Durham close behind, followed by bigger uni's such as Nottingham, Manchester, Leeds...)
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oxford, cambs, bristol, durham, warwick, UCL, KCL, LSE, Nottingham, Manchester, Leicester, exeter, etc?
I was going to post but fell asleep with boredom.
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I was going to post but fell asleep with boredom.
Lol. Most ppl on this site are obsessed with elitist universities. Most Unis are the same.
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Lol. Most ppl on this site are obsessed with elitist universities. Most Unis are the same.
people want to go to 'elitist' universities beacuse they will then probably have a more valuable degree and a better job, more money and a slightly better life... why, do you think we shud just apply to random unis?!
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people want to go to 'elitist' universities beacuse they will then probably have a more valuable degree and a better job, more money and a slightly better life... why, do you think we shud just apply to random unis?!
No, I think people should apply where they like but there are countless threads on this site, all asking the same, or very similar questions, like 'best uni for law' - to which the answer is 'which one do you like best?' because towards the top of the scale, they are all about the same, with possibly Oxbridge and London being better still. Nottingham, and Bristol etc etc are merely for Oxbridge rejects.

When you say random, what do you mean?
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No, I think people should apply where they like but there are countless threads on this site, all asking the same, or very similar questions, like 'best uni for law' - to which the answer is 'which one do you like best?' because towards the top of the scale, they are all about the same, with possibly Oxbridge and London being better still. Nottingham, and Bristol etc etc are merely for Oxbridge rejects.

When you say random, what do you mean?
i agree, but actually some people choose nottingham over cambridge and i think there is a difference between going to bristol and bolton institute for example. by random i mean so you think we should choose to apply to any uni and not look at league tables etc- it is not true that all unis are the same, are you saying that you should go to hackney uni if u prefer the social life to a better one like the red bricks?
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i agree, but actually some people choose nottingham over cambridge and i think there is a difference between going to bristol and bolton institute for example. by random i mean so you think we should choose to apply to any uni and not look at league tables etc- it is not true that all unis are the same, are you saying that you should go to hackney uni if u prefer the social life to a better one like the red bricks?
I said 'towards the top of the scale, they are all about the same'. This is true. Its about where you are happiest, and if thats Nottingham Trent over Uni of Sheffield, go to Trent is what I say.

Of course I think you should look at league tables, some of the broadsheets use ridiculous criteria though. The Telegraph is the best, just giving a percentage for the amount of departments who have teaching which is considered 'excellent'. After A-Level results for me, last August they produced the 'Ultimate' table, where all broadsheets and a range of 'employers' where considered, but the results were similar.

You are taking the piss a bit comparing bristol to bolton institute.
No-one would pick one or the other.
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whats wrong with UCL?!
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