I thought I was certain to go for dundee, but now I've been having second thoughts.
Basically I had a few point that helped me pick my choices:
Teaching Standard - Both are around the same level
Access to Mountain Biking - Both are good with mountain near by, Aber has a MTB club/society.
Access to Snowboard - Only in Dundee (still need to travel a bit though), and yes I know its not going to be rocky mtn powder every day) both have snowboard snowboard clubs/societys but.
Surf - Haven't looked into this much, I know theres a surf-able beach in Aber, but don't know what sort of waves they get. I heard east coast scotland is good, but not sure of the locations.
Nightlife - Apparently Aber is pretty good, but it being a small town I tend not to believe so, but I would diffenitly prefer a nightout in a pub than a club - I have dance moves an ironing board would be ashamed of and I like to sit around tables with friends and actually be able to hear what they say. Dundee I've had mixed reviews, someone help me out?
Access to the uni - Unless I pay 100+ for a flight to Dundee neither are perfect, but dundee by far the easiest with edinburgh just and hour away, aber is pretty much the middle of nowhere, with brimingham being the closest airport thats a reasonable price.
Dundee is a 4 year course, which make Aber(3yr) seem more appealing.
Aber also gives a £1000 bursary, Dundee £0
So overall I would spend like 5k more at Dundee when you take into account the extra year and the -£1000 bursary, but would come out with £3000 LESS in debt because of the lower student fees loan.
So can anyone give me there thoughts on which seems better?
...and how to stay positive