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    I'm planning to apply to both Cornwall Campus and the main Streatham Campus for Law at Exeter.

    BUT I now have second thoughts and was thinking about Reading. I hear its more multicultural and also closer to the city which may bring greater career prospects.

    My teacher told me applying to both Exeter Campuses would be a wasted choice.

    Any of you lot have an opinion on which uni you think you'd have more fun and gain better career prospects? -- I just want your thoughts

    Someone posted that Exeter was full of toffs who aren't very welcoming... which kinda put me off.

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    Still looking for feedback? Apply to Streatham and Reading. That would be the best IMO.
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    exeter, email some solicitors firms and they will tell you where they actively recruit, exeter is one...reading is often over looked but bith will get you a job
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    (Original post by High As A Kite)
    I'm planning to apply to both Cornwall Campus and the main Streatham Campus for Law at Exeter.

    BUT I now have second thoughts and was thinking about Reading. I hear its more multicultural and also closer to the city which may bring greater career prospects.

    My teacher told me applying to both Exeter Campuses would be a wasted choice.

    Any of you lot have an opinion on which uni you think you'd have more fun and gain better career prospects? -- I just want your thoughts

    Someone posted that Exeter was full of toffs who aren't very welcoming... which kinda put me off.

    Thanks
    having really got much of an idea over the law part but if you are looking for a place that is 'diverse' and not 'full of toffs', go to Reading. I am from there (yes it might not be the nicest looking town compared to Exeter) but the students I meet are much more... normal I visited Exeter on an open day and honestly I left after like 2 hours as I knew I wouldn't fit in there. sorry to generalise (am sure its not the case for everyone there), but even though the students were friendly enough, those I met were rather posh (not necessarily bad I know), there were lots of designer labels and I did not see a single black/oriental person there
    just my view though, I'd go look for yourself, you might find you love it.
    p.s I am not attacking rich/posh people
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    Thanks for the replies guys, albeit rather late lol

    My UCAS has now finished
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    (Original post by High As A Kite)
    Thanks for the replies guys, albeit rather late lol

    My UCAS has now finished
    ooer only just realised, that silly person opened the thread up again by commenting
    where did you pick?
 
 
 
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